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A hidden treasure in the city

This Roman ruin is small by comparison to other cities, but is a hidden treasure close to shopping... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2018
Loreen K
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Prague, Czech Republic
No colosseum, but still interesting ...

The remains of this ancient Roman amphitheatre are surrounded by fencing so visitors can only look... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2018
Paul B
,
Abbotsford, Canada
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Reviewed 17 July 2018

This Roman ruin is small by comparison to other cities, but is a hidden treasure close to shopping streets, worth a visit. It is next to a lovely park that offers cool respite under the beautiful umbrella pines to escape the summer heat.

Thank Loreen K
Reviewed 30 June 2018

The remains of this ancient Roman amphitheatre are surrounded by fencing so visitors can only look at the ruins of this structure. Several of the archways leading into the arena are still standing, but little lele is identifiable.

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 26 June 2018

If you want to visit the Ruins, but do not want to go in to the museum, you can, but you need to ask Museum staff. We did both. Highly recommended if you like Ancient History.

Thank ancientobserver
Reviewed 12 May 2018

We did this quick and I did take a few pictures through the fence but what a joy to see something so old and important

Thank ManiagoRina
Reviewed 4 May 2017

filled with history of the Etruscan period of Arezzo's development on the site of the ruins of a Roman amphitheater. Well worth the time to visit.

Thank Marylin L
Reviewed 27 July 2016

We found this of one of the main shopping streets, it just looks like you are approaching a park and behind the railings are these ruins. Unfortunately we went on a sunday and it was closed but you could see it through the bars.

1  Thank debgail
Reviewed 12 July 2016

This attraction is barely visible from the busy street and it is not often open to the public. While there are some fine examples of Roman original architecture, much is covered with wire mesh and there are some undesirables sleeping in the adjacent park. If...More

1  Thank Steve P
Reviewed 18 May 2016

The remains of the amphitheatre at Arezzo are at the foot of the hill on which the town is built. It is worth a visit, and admission is free. There is a museum, but it was closed when we visited. Make sure you have a...More

1  Thank gl8246
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