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Parco Archeologico Greco Romano di Catania

Via Vittorio Emanuele II 266, 95124 Catania, Sicily, Italy
+39 095 715 0508
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  • Excellent47%
  • Very good33%
  • Average13%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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“roman theatre” (11 reviews)
“small museum” (8 reviews)
“modern city” (4 reviews)
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Via Vittorio Emanuele II 266, 95124 Catania, Sicily, Italy
Centro Catania
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+39 095 715 0508
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Reviewed 20 January 2017

This theatre was "hiding" behind the facade of house and shops and if you did not know what you were looking for, you could easily miss it. When you go inside, the vastness of this ancient site is the first thing you notice (used to...More

Thank Anthony B
Reviewed 1 January 2017

The site is actually pretty good sized considering it has been slowly uncovered after 2000 years of build up. some parts are older than that. It is in a residential area which makes it even more interesting. If you like places that have not been...More

Thank Javamang
Reviewed 31 December 2016

Inmidst of downtown, the well preserved vestiges of a Roman ampitheater which at its peak seated 7'000 people! And also the physical and archeological remnants of an ancient Greek theater. Do go!

Thank GranZorro
Reviewed 12 October 2016

Having seen a number of amphitheaters, this one was disappointing, as it is not in great condition (it has wooden seats for concerts and such). If you have not seen one, and you are in the area, see it, but if you have seen a...More

Thank laurie b
Reviewed 9 October 2016

It looks like a small site because of the way that the houses are build right up to it (in fact used to be on top of it), but it's pretty extensive inside and you can walk around the passages around it, not just inside...More

Thank LandTK
Reviewed 7 October 2016 via mobile

I find out this place as for relaxing walking for about 2 hours not at hit day. Recomend to walk through all park. We walked without guide and enjoyed great architecture in tranquillity.

Thank Malenkijsarfik
Reviewed 13 September 2016

The Roman theatre is well preserved and in fact is still used for performances. There is also a museum that is worth visiting.

Thank PGIT
Reviewed 6 September 2016

We stumbled upon this little treasure on a Sunday after walking around the city. Our entrance was free and we easily spent over 2 hours inside. There are plaques around the site in English that detail the history and the extra museums at the back...More

Thank Deirdrie Z
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

This isn't as big as Siracuse or other places by any means but it is worth spending some time on. The only problem is the layout is confusing, the guide leaflet doesn't give much information and the English translation on the walk signs around he...More

1  Thank Aquinasmagister
Reviewed 18 August 2016

We were amazed to see that in the 19th century a beautiful house was built on top of the amphitheatre. The explanations and the video in the house are very interesting.

Thank justus2015
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italy20152015
IN September what are the days and hours the Parco Archeologico is open?
17 May 2015|
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donna b
Do you have shuttle service to the Catania Airport and if so what is the cost?
12 May 2015|
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italy20152015
is it open on Sundays? what hours?
14 March 2015|
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Response from naugaman | Reviewed this property |
Their web site site says that the re-opening has been delayed to March 28 because of weather, and they are normally closed on Mondays. This was from a translated page from the authority that runs it.
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