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Remarkably, this theatre was largely carved out of the bedrock rather than being built from excavated stone. Viewing it comes at the end of quite a tiring (for older folk) tour of the whole complex and you are likely to be worn out and pay...More
This is a unique arena as built onto the natural bedrock and one side has been built up more due to the natural landscape. A lot to see sadly parts are now closed off possibly due to safety. A cat an kittens make up for...More
This a an extremely impressive and large Roman Amphitheatre, It is true what other reviewers say about not being able to walk amongst the ruins, but there is a path goes goes around and you can get a good view. I think that is understandable...More
The Greek theatre, Roman amphitheatre, Altar of Hieron, and Ear of Dionysius are all in the Archaeological Park with one entry fee of €10.
It would have been nice to be able to walk right around the amphitheatre, but the path around one half was...More
The only open patway is around the amphiteater, it is not possible to walk down or get closer to the place. Compared to Rome, where it was possible to access all parts of Colloseum for example, this was really dissaponting visit.
I was breath-taken by these Roman ruins. They were phenomenally beautiful, calm and are definitely not to be missed! I almost didn't go because I had a train to catch, but at last minute wandered around here and the Ear of Dionysus, and they were...More