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This is an amazing theatre with 55 rows. The sound from the pit is clear and loud. It was one of the highlights on our day trip. It is a must see for anyone who enjoys historical landmark sites. Definitely worth a visit.
The acoustics in this well preserved theater are amazing. If you stand on the floor and speak in a normal tone you can here it all the way on the top row. The theater is in great shape. We made the trip over from Nafplio...More
Visited on a very hot Thursday before heading to the bigger theatre at Epidavros. Disappointed to find it closed. Theatre is fenced. Small modern booth but no staff or information regarding opening times. A further 10 people visited in the few minutes it took us...More
To visit and watch a Greek tragedy play is a MUST and a lifetime experience...
The village of Epidaurus where the small theatre is located is beautiful, breathtaking and romantic...
Should definitely be on someone's bucket list...
Just walked up in the heat on a Thursday at 11am and the small theatre gates are locked. I asked the three men inside the complex and one rudely said CLOSED and then ignored me. You can see through gates and the fence but it...More
I visited this place for 5 days in a row at various times after my daily jog/walk and it never was open. Such a shame. But I was able to peer through the locked gate and take a few photos. I only hope that they...More
The dusty/muddy little drive to the theatre is fair warning that the theatre itself is wanting. Currently, no entrance, just a quick walk-around and peek into some shoddy remains. But walk up the cobblestoned road a few hundred meters and follow the signs to the...More
In comparison to the huge Epidauros theatre, you don't need to come here - unless you'd like to go diving for the close 'Sunke city'. The site of the small theatre is not exceptionnally beautiful, nor is it open at all times. So, don't spend...More