We found it well worth to start our "tour" at the local museum. It provides basic info and several interesting pieces found in the vicinity. Buy combined tickets and after a short walk you can enter the East Gate to visit the main temples. Stay away from the local guides! They command a monopoly and charge an outrageous 120 EUR for two hours of guiding. The main attractions are all visited within a few hours. Separate tickets have to be purchased for an evening visit. No other nice places to eat than the very expensive Five star Villa Athena hotel. (See separate review). The western part you can skip or just stroll through. One feel little between these huge and complicated settlements and temples dating 2500 years back! Thank God they converted the Concordia temple to a basilica - instead of tearing it down. Enjoy!
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