This site has the remains of an old villa on, and other buildings, and parts of it are in a great condition. I would say to spend at least an hour here, so as not to rush, as the site is so vast. There is a museum at the bottom of the site, and some toilets and drinking water, too.
We visited along the Appian Way, but the main entrance is on the other side, and the one we went to is usually closed, but there is a number to call and a man comes with a buggy and collects you. He was extremely helpful and nice.
This site was empty apart from 2 other people when we visited. I recommend visiting!
The ticket is a combined ticket for several other attractions.
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