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As previous reviewers have mentioned this place is practically left to yourself to enjoy, contemplate and reminisce. The amphitheatre is a slight walk away from the ruins, heading towards the ministry.
We were amazed how quiet this was, no tourists, just a place of quietness, peace and reflection. Archaeologists have worked amazingly hard to discover this area and it looks as though work is continuing. It looks as though the theatre is used for special music...More
Half way between Rome and Pescara lies the Roman ruins of Alba Fusens. What is so fantastic about this place is the church. It had been a Roman temple, the Roman columns are still in place, you can see the Roman tiles on the floor,...More
We have driven past this spot for 25 years on the highway and finally discovered this little gem. A short drive off the autostrada near Avezzano, this is a great 1-2 hour stop with a beautifully preserved amphitheater. Ruins with a stunning mountain view. No...More
If you are with 75km of this location and have any interest in Roman history or architecture then this location is worth a visit. It's actually been over a decade since I was there but due to family in the area we're aware that very...More
In the middle of Italy and the Abruzzo lies an Roman city surrounded by the Apennines Mountains
This is a very good example of a complete town that includes all of the "modern comforts" including public toilets.