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Nice, cheap good views. Not massively exciting, but the scenery is great.
Quite a short visit as neither of us a particularly excited by ruins. But a lovely walk and a lovely view. There are signs around in Italian and English so you know what...More
A bit of a hike to get to the top. Ruins are just that- ruins of something which was great one day, but now it’s few stones in the ground. You can see good elements of the structures on top of the hill and of...More
We took the tour and was taken to many beautiful places. You can actually walk on top of the Temple of Apollo! I also got to sit in the very spot the Sybil made her prophecies. There was a little bowl like indention in the...More
There is so much history in this park. You can wander at your own pace and enjoy every little bit. Sibyl's cave is beautiful, the walkways among the trees are so enjoyable, the different temples as you go uphill and the stunning views from above....More
These old ruins have an interesting history, but they aren't very spectacular. I would not forgo another worthwhile site in order to see this. There are some picturesque views from here, but that is about it. If you do go, you can see it all...More
Cumae is where the Greeks started their first settlement in Italy and was later taken over by the Romans. The settlement area was not open to the public as there were more excavations underway. The open part boasts two temples and the Oracle of Sibyl....More
The site pre-dates Roman rule, and has some interesting ruins of temples here and there. Very picturesque and nice view of the sea from up high. The Cave of the Sibyl alone is not worth the trip, but explore the entire site, it is worth...More