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Not the most recommended of its sort. The theater in Taormina is a much better site.
A short visit. We were quite disappointed.... The site is small, and takes a short visit... The people in the reception speak only Italian and to say the least...More
I returned to see the Anfiteatro Romano since I remember walking past it years ago when I had been in Catanias. It's worth a short stop. We visited on a Monday when it is closed. Otherwise, one can walk around it.
You can see part of what was a large, ancient, Roman theatre which is now below ground level, which gives you an indication of how big it must have been. Entry is free and there are information boards in English.
These are remarkable remains of a Greek /Roman amphitheater right in the middle of the city. We found it easy enough. Yep it’s not complete and yep there are other buildings encroaching on the ruins but that is part of its uniqueness. We loved poking...More
Struggling to find the entrance, we pretty much walked around the block. We were rather disappointed in the condition and descriptions of the ruins. Considering the other gorgeous sites we saw in Taormina, Agrigento and Marinella di Selinunte and even Siracusa, these, the first we...More