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  • 1 Amphitheatre of Flavius (Anfiteatro Flavio) Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via Terracciano 75

    Dating from the reign of Vespasian, this amphitheatre is one of the largest in Italy and could hold almost 40 000 spectators. Built of brick and stone, the surrounding walls, the entrances and especially the underground parts (corridors, storage area..

  • 2 Acropolis Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via Monte-Cuma 3

    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 (those of..

  • 3 Solfatara Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Fumaroles of sulphur, strong smelling and with yellow deposits, miniature volcanoes spitting mud, jets of bubbling sand, hot ground which sounds hollow when trodden on...this extinct volcano is still very impressive!

  • 4 Temple of Serapis (Tempio di Serapide) Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via Roma

    This is not a temple but a former market which was lined with shops! Its name come from an apse in the end wall where there used to be a statue of Serapis, the protecting God of traders. The remaining columns in the central pavilion show signs of mar..

  • 5 Temple of Augustus Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via Rionetella

    Dating from the early years of the Roman Empire, this temple is located at the top of the town and was converted into a church in the 11C... and forgotten until a recent fire revealed a grandiose marble colonnade.

  • 6 Triumphant Arch (Arco Felice) Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Via Domitiana

    This arch located on the small road leading to Naples, was built over the ancient Via Domitiana, some vestiges of which still remain.

  • 7 Avernus Lake Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    The lake lies below the Cumae-Naples road, dark and still within a deep crater surrounded by wooded hillsides. It probably seemed even more unfathomable in antiquity when the birds flying overhead were overcome by fumes and dropped into the lake to b..

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