Recommended by the visitor center lady it was little difficult to find but worth it! For the traveler it appears you are entering a rather nice hotel, and that is where it is. The staff are very friendly and direct you to where it is (although it is rather easy to spot) It wasn't busy at all when we visited, we were the only two people there. Only until I read the other posting did I know that it was an amphitheater, I thought they were just ruins. Another free attraction, why not visit!
I really enjoyed this city. It has become one of my favorites. I had read "parks are dangerous, don't go;" loved the parks. They were filled with families. You could hardly find a bench to sit on; everyone wanted to be out in the sun! I had read "people are mean;" people were great! Very friendly and offered assistance when lost can't recall running into anyone mean or rude. The city is beautiful; seemly nestled in with mountains around giving a little bit of scenic beauty to all photos. The Visitor Center that was down the stair near the Metro stop was top notch. The lady in there was very helpful and gave lots of suggestions. She also supplied us with different maps of the area. It was really cheap to visit, most all attractions that we saw were free to get in. Only downside...really watch where you walk, some of the worst sidewalks I've seen. Very easy to trip or step in a small hole! : ) Really enjoyed myself there!
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