There are two choices here, firstly the Roman monuments are visible from the street and you can see the whole site without paying for entry, or secondly take a ticket and move around the site to read the boards that will explain to you what the ruins represent and their history. I recommend the later. There is and other dig site at the top of the town Parco Archaeologico. Buy a ticket at one and this ticket covers the entry to the other. Either way the story is fascinating.
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