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Reviewed December 8, 2014

We spent 8 hours in the museum and the park combined. You can park for free on the street in "white outlined" parking spots. We did this at both the museum (at the roundabout just past the entrance) and at the Temple area past the entrance at the Temple Lacinia mount. Get the combined museum/valley of the Temple ticket.

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Reviewed December 6, 2014 via mobile

Went on a a family day out, drove for 3 hrs as we where staying in Ragusa. The site is very interesting but I feel they are not doing enough to get the experience through. The sites are under kept and maybe more services / information might be made available.

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Reviewed December 6, 2014

To get the full experience of approaching the temples, we decided to walk to the Valley from Agrigento centre. It was wonderful moving along Via Panoramica dei Templi and seeing the Temple of Juno coming into view.

The temples are spectacular. Concordia is the undoubted outstanding one given its near perfect state of preservation. Nearby fallen Icarus got attention. The Temple of Heracles, regarded as the most ancient, is quite impressive.

The western area comprising temple ruins contrasted with the three edifies we had just seen, but they further reflected the grandeur of the first three. We saw the huge Atlases prone on the ground.

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Reviewed December 4, 2014

These ruins are spectacular, even though very touristy. If you just walk through you won't get the significance of how, when, why, and where they were built. So be sure to engage the services of a good guide to walk through with you. There is no shade, so be sure to put sun lotion on before you go and bring plenty of water. The only food service is a small snack bar in the parking lot, across the highway (via underpass) at the west end of the park.

2  Thank BernieDan
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Reviewed December 4, 2014

I love roman ruins and this was a wonderful site. There are three main temples and many other ruins to look at. Some of them are in great order and it was well worth the visit. Not as awe inspiring as Baalbeck, but wonderful nonetheless. It is a must see if you are in the area and I would thoroughly recommend it.

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