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The history of this place is amazing, but without a tour guide, we would have been lost trying to figure out what each area of ruins was originally. Our guide had information and pictures that was not on the little plaques and helped us to...More
This is included in the price for the theater. This is all ruins. I don't recall seeing any plaques but there may have been somewhere. I was overwhelmed with all of the ruins. This was the healing center of the complex back in the day....More
My wife and I were here on a Globus tour.
In this area, the main attraction is the Theater, which is well-preserved.
The rest of the area around the theater ...
it is a medical healing place – think of a rehabilitation place. And of...More
In Ancient Times, they came from all over the World, for free healing: using techniques that more modern therapists still hold to- and no drugs!! How I wish we had kept to those ways. This peaceful sanctuary still carries then resonance of the work that...More
This is a very large site that is still in the process of excavation and restoration. The ruins are best visited with a guide as the onsite plaques may not provide enough information to fully appreciate the significance of the ruins. Worth a visit.
€12 entry to the whole site (this is just one part of it). Most people on tours come to see the theatre which is amazing, but if it's busy and you have time, head in the opposite direction to the sprawling site which offers a...More
The amphitheater is truly a wonder but so is the sanctuary. While you have to use your imagination to evoke just how specular this complex was, the birthplace of modern medicine, which stressed a holistic approach we are just now beginning to appreciate once again,...More
There is English information -- rather extensive-- on placards. No headphones that I saw, nor did I see tour guides available on site. We pre-booked a guide through our hotel. She lives in Napfoli and met us there... More
There is English information -- rather extensive-- on placards. No headphones that I saw, nor did I see tour guides available on site. We pre-booked a guide through our hotel. She lives in Napfoli and met us there. I'm usually not much of a tour guide person, but this is an exception.
Have fun. It's an amazing place.