All of the temples along this ridge are testament to the importance of this site in antiquity. Each one rivals the others in its imposing grandeur. To have so many examples in such close proximity is breathtaking.
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The best preserved of the temples in Agrigento. Thanks to the "triple use" - temple first then church - now archeological sight...
We walked through the valley of the Temples. There is an easily accessible walkway though ground can be uneven so not suitable for people with walking difficulties. The temples are well preserved and we had a guide who told us all the relevant info. We...More
You must take the time to visit this attraction. The oldest remaining ruin of its kind in the world. The whole area is around 50 hectares and the original wall was 12 kms long. The history here blows my mind. Please visit and soak it...More
Part of the structures within the Valley of the Temples, it is amazing to see something so old and still standing. You can get fairly close to it but make sure you get there as early as you can.
It is hard to take in all the facts, but suffice to say, if you are 'into' history, this place will more than satisfy.
Although Sicilian sun was burning my brains out I couldn't help being fascinated by the beauty of the Concórdia Temple, so well conserved and with the fallen collum in front of it. When you come to The Valley you have to walk, don't forget to...More
Breath taking, beautiful, you can just imagine what it was like back in the day! A lovely walk, excellent views, good coffee shop. Not a great deal of fun for young children, nor for carrying babies around in the heat.
What a wonderful old temple! Definitely rivals those of Rome and Athens. Room for improvement: incredibly hard to find entrance if you're driving. Plenty of signs, it turns out, but they are miniature so you will be missing them. There should also be another entrance...More