It's easy to lose your bearings there, as there are no clear directions along the roads, when you finally get there you find out that tickets are sold not at the entrance but at tourist coaches parking and working hours are irregular, then you have to go back to the entrance (as usual there are no directions, you just follow the crowd). Nobody checks you tickets when you enter (if you've entered hoping to get the tickets inside, you're mistaken, you'll have to go back), they do when you want to see Dionisy's Ear.
But when you finally reach your destination - the Greek theatre you'll forget about the poor organisation of the site. It's one of the best-preserved Greek theatres (even those in Greece are in a worse condition).
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