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We parked opposite the entrance in front of Campo Scuola G. Di Natale. Parking is free but an 'attendant' told us she would keep an eye on our car for a donation. We were in the Parco Archeologico for over an hour and she was...More
I would love to give this a better review, but somehow neither of us found it as interesting or as compelling has many other ancient sites in Sicily. If you are in the area, and have some free time, yes, go. But I would not...More
Huge amount of history on one site. The site is well kept and very interesting to visit. Best to get hop on bus as this has a 5 euro all day ticket. Leave about 3 hours to view both Greek and Roman parts. In usual...More
The principal attractions of this site are the Roman amphitheatre, the Greek theatre and a cave known as the Ear of Dionysius.
The Roman amphitheatre is on quite a large scale and has some visible remnants of substructures. Unfortunately, you cannot actually enter the site,...More
The park is to the north of the city. We walked from the Catacombs and the very fine 74 m modern Basilica. Park enterence is E10. Inside is Greek theatre, Heron II altar and Roman ampitheatre. Also the cave. Good for photos but no resemblance...More
A very interesting place for those who loves antiquities. A large accumulation of high level attractions, a rock formation in Syracuse quarries called the Dionysus Ear, a well-preserved amphitheater from Greek times from the 3rd century BC, Hieron's sacrificial altar, on which the sacrifice of...More
This site could have been so much better.
The Roman amphitheater is impressive, but unfortunately you can only walk along half of it and not into the middle. Paths exist, but closed off.
The Greek amphitheatre was almost totally covered in wood. I can see...More
Other reviewers had put us off, saying that you couldn't see much audit was covered up- but Im glad we went . We were a group of two families with teens ranging from 15-18 .The teenagers loved the experience to see the ancient culture ,however...More
This was the highlight of my two week stay in Siracusa. We took the hop on hop off bus, which was great value at only €5 for the day. We spent at least four hours soaking up the wonders of Ancient Greece. Take time and...More
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We walked from Ortygia, so I didn't really pay attention to street names and carparks. As you approach the park, you'll see the entrance to the park on one side of the road, and on the other, a large area with... More
We walked from Ortygia, so I didn't really pay attention to street names and carparks. As you approach the park, you'll see the entrance to the park on one side of the road, and on the other, a large area with food and souvenir stalls. The ticket booth is at the end of the line of souvenir stalls.
It's pretty easy to find once you get there - plenty of people to ask or follow!