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We visited this attraction while staying in Sperlonga following a trip to Rome. The area is around a ten minute walk from the Sperlonga old town. The museum attached is quiet interesting, however many of the artefacts recovered are in other European cities. It’s a...More
My friend and I stayed at the Hotel Aurora for 1 night as an escape from Rome. Since "SPERLONGA" means "GROTTO" we decided to visit the grotto. We took a TAXI to the museum/park and then walked back to the village.
The Museum has interesting...More
While the museum entrance is off the road, we walked down the beach and then turned inland once the grotto was in view. While it may take less than an hour to see everything, we really thought it brought the history of the place to...More
This was a great afternoon out. We walked along the beach and was at the attraction in 20 minutes. It was really cheap to get into the museum, which had the most amazing sculptures. The walk way provided access to the roman ruins site and...More
A beautiful open air site that I recommend you to visit. This site was for centuries hidden in the sea and the earth was covering all the roman ruins: the villa and the pool of Tiberius with these incredible enormous statues. The cave is really...More
According to the website it opens 8.30 am to 7.30 pm, ticket costs 5 euro.
Only closed Jan 1st, May 1st, 25 December.
That seems crazy they are open every day of the week....but that's the official info!