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Visited for an 1 1/2 hour the theatre, as well as the near by museum for 3 Euros pp. The museum is build over the ancient temple and archeological site seen through the floor. Ancient pottery, jewelry and artifacts are displayed and described. No wash...More
Like many other Italian cities, you can also visit the remains of a Roman Theatre in Gubbio.
The complex was built during the first century aD by using square blocks of limestone from the local area. The walls' covering is ashlar.
The tiers, having a...More
Visited with kids. Not as huge as in Rome naturally, but if you come to Gubbio, you should see this place. Entrance fee was something like 3€ for an adult. Small kid for free. There is a play ground for small kids right next to...More
We stayed in Gubbio and used the car park ( free) next to the ruins every day . We went into the museo and obviously then into the teatro . There is a lot more to see in there than you initially think and the...More
This ancient Roman theatre is easily visible from the road and accessible by a short path from one of the free open air car parks just outside the old town walls. It was a nice well preserved structure. There was not a lot of information...More
Quite a significant remnant of a roman theatre, with an interesting little museum nearby, and on request the custodian will take you across to see the remains of a nearby roman villa, with good mosaic floors. The whole surrounding area is littered with bits of...More
We have been to Gubbio several times, but never really stopped to take a careful look at the Teatro Romano. Well, this time we were not disappointed. After spending about 1/2 hour in the museum adjacent to the ruins (watched a video and looked at...More
Going to Gubbio I wanted very much visit the Teatro Romano for I had heard great reviews, but I was in a way very disappointed because I expected much more.
It lays there, unattended with a chain link fence round the perimeter. No custodian, guides...More