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This region is one of the most important archeological sites in the world with many great temples such as Hera (Juno,) Lacinia, Concordia, Heracles (Hercules) and Olympian Zeus (Jupiter,) all dramatically perched along a long rocky scarp.
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We had a private guide and I would strongly advise everyone coming here to have a guide, there are some waiting to be engaged at the entrance or one can hire an audio guide. The site is massive, for those who cannot face the walk...More
A very extensive site. Tthe Greek architecture was amazing, and to see the Temple Concordia standing there was just breathtaking.
You need at least half a day to have a good look around. I would recommend that you pre book your tickets in advance to...More
If you are interested in ancient history, this is one of the best sites you can visit. I would highly recommend booking tickets online in advance and also getting the audio guide, the extra five Euros is worth it as it gives you a wealth...More
The scale and variety of the buildings and structures here is amazing. From temples to ancient gardens still using the original Greek/Arabic irrigation system. From tiny underground passages to rock tombs and 5mtr tall figures.
We chose to book a scooter tour with Easyway Tours,...More
Hard to imagine that this area has been standing for 2500 years. Greek Temples are an amazing sight to see. Do yourself a favor and hire a guide, Private is even better. Bathrooms and snack bars are available as are electric carts for the weary...More
There are a few entrances to the site. When you get to the entrance you have the option to pay just for the basic site or to add the Gardens and Museum. Unless you have boundless energy and real enthusiasm, my advice would be just...More
I have had the good fortune to do a great deal of travelling. This is one of the finest sites I have ever seen. You cannot miss seeing this. There are two extraordinary Greek Temples and several others that are also fantastic to see. You...More
We visited on the off season (early March) and it was quiet, peaceful and a superb walk among the ruins. Parking in the car park was easy and inexpensive. We parked at the top car park and walked the length of the valley along the...More