this stunning theatre has been in use for centuries. I was lucky enough to attend a performance of a modern day comedy which was sufficiently topical for me to have a reasonable understanding of the political points being made - very funny. But go to any performance just to be where thousands have sat before you and soak up the atmosphere, gaze across the plain and get the gist of the play.
Because this theatre is in constant use it is well organised with masses of parking, adequate loos and a taverna. You may have to walk a few hundred yards to the arean entrance and then climb up to the seats - giant steps, be warned if not fully mobile.
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