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nice stroll in the park; limited views

Whilst the park is pleasant enough to stroll round (and free to enter), it's a short but steep... read more

Reviewed July 30, 2018
Essex123
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Chelmsford, United Kingdom
You have to have a good imagination or...

... be an expert in Etruscan necropolis structures. There isn’t much to contextualize the site and... read more

Reviewed July 22, 2018
Lauri D
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Arlington, Virginia
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Reviewed May 7, 2018 via mobile

Everything says they close at 17:30 but they were already closed at 17:15 after we walked all the way up there. We were able to look through the fence at the sites. The view from the top looks like it could have been amazing if we could have been let in to see it.

Thank Aaron P
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Reviewed December 13, 2017

There was no charge for the archeological park the first week of December. There is a nicely maintained walk around the short loop trail . The ruins were a disappointment. Not much to see.

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Reviewed December 9, 2017

this has an entrance fee of 5euro. Compared to Pompeii, does not look like its worth paying an entrance fee and going in. But the park that it is in is very beautiful. Worth walking up to it. There is a water fountain too right opposite to the site.

Thank Supriya B
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Reviewed September 7, 2017

The city has a lot to offer in terms of sights--not so much here. It is basically a walk through the park. We would not recommend this as an important stop while you are in this beautiful little city.

If you feel you just have to do this site, here are some cautionary notes. The climb up the steep cobble stone walk is a bit tricky if you have on your boots. Cowboy boots may look good, but they ain't make for walking here! The stones are slick and you have to go slow. Make sure you have good rubber soled shoes on this walk! The site is a bit of a walk from the "pick up" point--allow at least 30 minutes of leeway to get back safely. The signage is almost non existent--read up on what you are going to see PRIOR to the trip! There is no fee to visit this site.

Thank 1234texas
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

Archeological site of Etruscan/ Roman temple. Quite limited remains are still visible. The explanation (in English) is not so clear, and it is difficult to imagine how the buildings may have looked.

Thank Nathan K
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