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All reviews awe inspiring the bus views are spectacular greek amphitheatre take your time medieval castle magnificent site theatre area century bc surrounding countryside nice walk gelato by foot up hill well worth the visit archaeological park doric temple
It’s a nice walk to get to (about 1.2km up hill but there is also shuttle bus for €1.50 up the hillside), but by walking we felt we saw more and could appreciate the ancient layout of the hilltop town (now ruined) associated to the...More
Well preserved archeological site of the Greek Theater in Segesta, Italy. Located in the top of Mount Barbaro with great views of the Gulf of Castellamare. Still in use today. You need to do some walking to get there, including stairs.
The temple is very well preserved/restored. It is worth the extra €1.5 bus fare to see it. It gets very hot in the middle of the day in summer so if I were to come again I would come as early in the morning as...More
During our trip around Sicily we visited the archeological site at Segesta before any other one. We loved it, both the temple and the theatre. When we saw the theatre in Taormina and Syracuse we regretted not having spent more time and taken more pictures...More
Our toddler fell asleep in the car, so we were looking for something within an hour from our location so that he could sleep the whole drive. We were so lucky that this was the spot. The structures are so well taken care of and...More
We went to see this on a very hot day. The views are amazing. Even though there were quite a few tourists that day we managed to have time at the theatre totally on our own. It is a must visit if you go to...More
It's a Greek theater. If you've been to Ephesus or Heliopolis, you'll be unimpressed. If it's your first one, you will enjoy it. The bus rid up, or if you are fit the walk, has good views. Th3 theatre seating is in decent shape but...More