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Piazza Orti Manara 4, 25019 Sirmione, Italy
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All reviewsroman villawell worth a visitsmall museumlake gardaolive treesinteresting ruinsroman ruinelectric trainamazing romanmini trainarchaeological sitesmall trainland trainlarge areacouple of hourswander aroundamazing views of the lake
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Reviewed yesterday

Worth a visit to see one of the biggest ruins of a roman villa, has a good museum with artefacts found on the site , has good views of the lake, takes about a hour and a half to walk completely around the site, well...More

Thank Whitley1962
Reviewed 5 days ago

The views from here as well as the very interesting ruins make this a doubly good venue to visit. Walk up from the town and you pass beautiful flowers and gardens and the house Maria Callas lived in.

Thank Rutti
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went on a combined ticket (with the castle for €12). We took the little land train which we came across by accident near the Aquaria thermal spa. It was only €1 each (one way). We were surprised how big the place was and with...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The ruins of a large Roman villa at the end of the Sirmione peninsula are well worth a visit. Visiting on the first Sunday of the month, our admission was free. While there was not extensive English language signage, there was enough to give you...More

Thank Asta365
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Firstly, a warning. On a sweltering August day, the walk to the villa from the boat harbour is long, sweaty and uphill. However - the villa is well worth seeing. Imagine looking round the ruins of a Norman castle - and then imagine those ruins...More

Thank NMDixon
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is an old Roman Ruin from the first century. It is on the Peninsular so gives you great views. Well persevered and a great insight into how the Romans lived.

Thank slyviaburnett
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

6€ well spent to see amazing views over Sirmione and get a feel for the history of the area. Best saved for pleasant weather!

Thank Jessica G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited fairly late in the day, so had a limited time to look around, but the views of the surrounding scenery alone (especially nearing sunset) was worth the entry fee. Being at the end of Sirmione, you get a clear view of everything. The...More

Thank Renny T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Amazing historical place, breathtaking views, olive tree gardens, much bigger than expected, was worth the walk, also little train car can take you there.

Thank Jelena G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

These ruins nestled among olive groves with a panoramic view of the sea finally made me realise the attraction Sirmione held for Tennyson and Ezra Pound. I could have spent all day here gazing at the lake through the grand arches or reading im an...More

Thank Emma O
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Barbara C
September 12, 2018|
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Response from Marilyn_D27 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Barbara, I’m so glad you asked. There’s a little train that takes you from the edge of the Medievil town to the ruins that gives you quick access and I would say minimum of two hours. I absolutely love Roman ruins and... More
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May 9, 2017|
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Everywhere you go it seems dogs are allowed but always on a lead and big dogs muzzled even though my experience has been that little dogs seem to be more in need! Most restaurants don't seem to mind even hotels although... More
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