This is a great place to sit, rest and relax and think about how this theater was used in Roman times. Touring groups come and go in this area, and it is large enough to have an open feel to it, so it is pleasant...More
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Very impressive! It's quite big and very well preserved in my opinion. We sat there for a while just enjoying the architecture and view. This gives you a very good image of the old days.
As you are going through Pompeii, you will come across this theater. My guide had me stand in a certain spot in front of theater. Before that she had me say something but not many of the rest of the group could hear me. But...More
in the vecinity of the Teatro Piccolo. well preserved and stunning, stay and imagine how was life then
The Pompeii ruins were always on my bucket list of places to visit and i wasnt disappointed. The only downside was having to get the train back to Naples in the evening. So much to see, enough so that i am already planning to return,...More
The theatre has seating for around 5000 people and is in a well preserved condition where you can climb up to the top and view the stage and imagine what the atmosphere would have been like at the peak of it's day.
A really well restored Amphitheatre. The ambience only ruined by someone singing a national anthem out of place in the wrong place.. In very good condition and you can also see how the curtain walls would have worked,,
Even though lots of people are visiting this site it is still possible to experience the grandeur of the spot
The ampitheatre was built c. 70 BC, and hosted circus shows and gladitorial games. It was covered with a velarium, a cover which could be stretched over the complex in case of rain. The various sections of the cavea (low, middle, upper) were reserved for...More