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Well worth the entry fee of €10. a great opportunity to see such a theatre in stunning surroundings. Give yourself enough time to avoid tour groups if visiting independently. The video presentation was most informative.
Been 9 times to this romantic town. This historic site is both sensual and awe inspiring. Taormina definitely nourishes the spiritual side of this reviewer. On a par with the Amalfi Coast, the Costiera Amalfitana.
Do yourself a favour and eat at Trattoria Tiramisu near...More
The theatre is only a 10 minute stroll from the city centre, best to go early morning to avoid cues and crowds. Its the most breathtaking view, still
Used today as a theatre. The video inside the lower entrance shows what it would have looked...More
This wonderful amphitheatre is in the centre of Taormina and therefore very easy to get to. On the first Sunday of the month it is free to enter but the best time to go anyway is early morning. It does get very busy so bear...More
The place was very nice to be able to step in and walk on an ancient theatre that was used in Roman times. The entrance fee seemed a bit steep and there is a lot of renovation going on, so I have mixed feelings about...More
yes. there is a booth beside the entrance. we arrived mid morning on the last week of April and there was no line, however when we left mid afternoon there was a long line. if you time it to arrive between the cruise ship... More
yes. there is a booth beside the entrance. we arrived mid morning on the last week of April and there was no line, however when we left mid afternoon there was a long line. if you time it to arrive between the cruise ship parties you should be ok unless you are in peak season