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The Aostan Roman Theatre stands out for its straight southern facade measuring 22 meters in height. Its majesty is punctuated by a series of buttresses and arches and is lightened by three orders of windows with different width. The masonry is...more
Hours Today: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Via Porta Praetoria | Angolo Via du Baillage, 11100, Aosta, Italy
The site itself is excellent, with some wonderful examples of Ancient Roman architecture. I would like to see more information provided at the site, especially information for younger audiences. Regardless, this is a site that I would definitely recommend.
It only takes 10-20 minutes to visit but it is really amazing to see the ancient theater, you can see how it was before and the story...
To think that what you are looking at actually existed! The romans really know how to keep a...More
On impulse we bought tickets for a touring American jazz guitarist playing here, (great price and the box office is at the entrance just off Via Porta Praetoria). The setup for outdoor performances is really good, so take advantage of any that are happening while...More
There are many sights linked to the Romans in Aosta, 4 require a ticket. This is one of them.
True, you can skirt round the front and see much of the theatre from a vantage point but that does not allow you to imagine yourself...More
Date of experience: July 2018
VdACultura, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Teatro Romano, responded to this reviewResponded July 30, 2018
thank you for your visit troyl512, we can show all the part of the sites that are permitted and sure for people visiting, it's more exciting if you ask for a guide who follow you during the visit. Would be better for children too.
The Roman Theatre is one of the most beautiful roman ruins not to be missed. The monumental wall with arches and windows is what remains of the facade of the building with 22meters high. The Christmas market the 'Marche Vert Noel' turns the Roman theatre...More
I probably visited in the wrong season, as it was covered in snow and was freaking cold, but I still had a good chance to appreciate the ruins and read the descriptive signs. Am sure during spring or summer the site reveals all its splendor...More
A lovely afternoon exploring Aosta. There are various well preserved sites throughout the town and for a 7 Euro ticket you can visit 4 sites and the ticket is valid for a year so if you only visit a couple can save the rest.