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We visited this site as part of a private tour of the whole area. Apparently this arch was built to connect the two hills with each other to enable the army to move faster. Under the arch the old Roman road is still in perfect...More
If aren't already coming through that road for something else worthwhile, then do not bother detouring to see this. There is nothing to it. A 2000 year old Roman archway of no particular distinction. The fact that it is still standing is the only thing...More
the ancient bridge of Arco Felice, gives a real sense of what it must have been passing through 2000 years ago heading into Cuma. But not easy to visit, risks being ruined by the traffic that rummbles underneath it everyday. Difficult to find, even with...More
Although this arch can be a bit difficult to drive through during traffic it truly is beautiful. It is one of the first historical structures I saw after moving to Italy. I wish I could get a photo without cars! One day.
If you're driving on the A56 NW of Naples, on your way to Cuma and the Coast, the Arco Felice ("Happy Arch") is worth a look. What makes it special is that it was constructed in 95 AD as part of the Roman road connecting...More