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For history nerds like me

First, just getting to Nesactium is an experience! Tiny roads and beautiful countryside. Once... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2017
Rikard R
via mobile
Out of the way, but worth a visit

Unless you have a vehicle at your disposal, it's a little bit of an ordeal to get to via bus from... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
RoaminTheEmpire
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4 Jul 2017
“For history nerds like me”
6 Apr 2017
“Out of the way, but worth a visit”
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Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

First, just getting to Nesactium is an experience! Tiny roads and beautiful countryside. Once there, you get a lovely little snippet of history: bronze age, Roman era, early Church. The triangular baptistery with three rooms sparks your imagination if you buy the guide book in...More

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Reviewed 6 April 2017

Unless you have a vehicle at your disposal, it's a little bit of an ordeal to get to via bus from Pula, but is not difficult (though does involve about 3km of walking). There's some significant portions of Roman-era structures remaining here (capitolium and basilicas),...More

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Reviewed 10 August 2016

The site is an archeological park with remains from the Roman period. It is surrounded by several belts of defensive walls, some of them are prehistoric and the earliest discovered urns and objects dates back from the 11th century BC. It is a hidden treasure,...More

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Reviewed 18 September 2015

It is closed from 12-16h for some reason, but you can sneak past the main gate and have a wander round. Not much information as you walk around the place, but I presume you can get info from the main building (when it is open!)...More

Thank Paul N
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Reviewed 2 September 2014

We discoverd it on a walk around the area with our landlay- quite hidden and untouched. A hidden Roman ruin

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