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All reviews roman villa well worth a visit small museum lake garda olive trees interesting ruins roman ruin electric train amazing roman small train large area land train archaeological site couple of hours amazing views of the lake jamaica beach information boards
This place had the most amazing history behind it. It was so interesting to read everything and to see it all. The views were out of this world even being able to see what we think may have been the Alps.
I would recommend this...More
If visiting Sirmione get a combined ticker to Grotto and to the Castle. One of the largest roman villas left in Europe this is well worth a visit when in Sirmione. The site is still being actively excavated and provides an insight into the importance...More
These ruins are spectacular the views from the peninsula jutting out onto Jamaica beach and Lake Garda are unparalleled. The silhouette of the stone ruins against the skyline and the shadows of the sun are a gift to photographers and lovers of natural beauty. Everything...More
A very interesting place with an excellent associated museum. The information boards throughout the site were accessible to us English speakers and other European languages as were the tv presentations in the museum. It was helpful to be shown the ‘as-built’ pictures on site and...More
An easy walk from the car park, through the old town and to this Roman settlement at the end of the land. Worth buying a joint ticket for this + the castle at he entrance to the old town. You can wander around these for...More
This was a great place to visit. Incredible to think of the place that once thrived here. It’s in a beautiful spot of Sirmione and it’s within walking distance from the centre of town. That said you can take a mini ride to there if...More
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
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 there so many picturesque places to take photographs and just enjoy, that I think two hours is probably enough but maybe give yourself a little bit more extra time. It was the highlight of my trip.
Thank you for asking, If I can be of any more help please let me know I’ve been there three times.
Ps as you pass through the town I think that castle there is worth visiting there is not a lot in it but it’s worth the visit I think. It’s not spectacular though. But the views are nice.
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
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 worth checking first.