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Tempio della Concordia

92100, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy
+39 0922 192 0283
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Agrigento and Valley of the Temples Day Trip from Palermo
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2-hour Private Valley of the Temples Tour in Agrigento
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Built in 430 BC, this is one of the best-preserved Greek Temples located outside of Greece.
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92100, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

one of many exciting sites at Agrigento, added to by all the others, making for a very memorable half day.

Thank alfred s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This impressive temple stands out even in an archeological wonderland like the Valley of the Temples in Siracusa. What more is there to say?

Thank Cocciolino2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Just a beautiful and amazing place to visit. Definitely a must see when in Sicily. There's a lot of walking so be sure to wear comfortable shoes. Also be sure to bring a water bottle or two or you can purchase from the small restaurant.

Thank Lisa_SC0215
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This particular temple is similar in condition to those of Paestum in the southern Province of Campania (IT). What I found so wonderful about this temple was the way you can wander almost completely around it and ponder what life must have been like well...More

Thank Mr L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This temple is well preserved. I was not even aware that it looks that good. Once you see it it leaves you speechless.

Thank Branka V
Reviewed 4 December 2017

Wonderfully preserved remnant of the Greek temples that once occupied this entire valley. Was so well preserved since it was used as a christian church which kept it from being torn down . probably better preserved than most ruins in Greece!

Thank Bear H
Reviewed 3 December 2017

Just missing the roof, it survived because I was used as a church until the last century, then the church trappings were removed to leave the original building

Thank Stuart_Donald
Reviewed 28 November 2017

La valle dei templi is a wonderful historical site and a "must see" when in Agrigento. I have been to this site alone and with guests on many occasions and I am still in awe of the civilisation and the creation of those who lived...More

Thank Elena K
Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

This is the most intact of the temples in Agrigento and stands proudly on a hill to be seen before you enter the park. Make sure you get a guide or have a good guide book to understand its function and age. You can no...More

Thank Dorothy W
Reviewed 10 November 2017

What surprised me about most of these temples was mud which seemed to be caked on stone. I suspect this comes from a combination of rain and periodic African socorro dust storms.

Thank Bill E
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ARikke
25 June 2016|
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Response from HongKong1234 | Reviewed this property |
WE were also visiting this wonderful site on our own, at our own pace, and actually you do not need a guided tour.
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