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Cuma Travel guide
Cuma : Michelin's recommendations
Founded in the 8C BC, this Greek colony (ancient Cumae) once influenced the whole Phlegrean region, including Naples, and reached the height of its glory under the tyrant Aristodemus. However, the town began to decline after its capture by the Romans in 334 BC, and in AD 915 it was pillaged by the Saracens. Visitors have access to the ruined acropolis, and, in the lower town, the remains of an amphitheatre, a temple and baths.
Tourist attractions Cuma : Things to see and do
V. Monte-Cuma 3 I - 80070 Cuma
Situated on a hill of volcanic rock and volcanic tufa and fronted by an avenue of bay trees, this acropolis accommodates Sibyl's cave , where the most renowned prophetess of the ancient world spoke as an oracle, the relics of various temples (thos..
V. Domitiana I - 80070 Cuma
This arch located on the small road leading to Naples, was built over the ancient Via Domitia, some vestiges of which still remain.