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Walking inside the temple

The entrance was close to Temple E. This is the only rebuilt temple. The best part is that you are... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
MartaandMartin
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Tallinn, Estonia
Doesn't compare to the Valley of the temples

The temples at Selinunte didn’t compare to the ones at the valley of the temples. However, being... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
jaimeelsabio
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You will think you were transported to the Acropolis in Athens, Greece, when you gaze upon these well-preserved temple ruins.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The temples at Selinunte didn’t compare to the ones at the valley of the temples. However, being able to walk inside the temple gave a whole different perspective of the size and magnitude of the temple itself and made the stop worthwhile.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The tour of ruins from bc are amazing. The thing people built without use of machinery is a wonder. The place is preserved nicely and we walked a lot but enjoyed every moment.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This ancient site is situated in a most wonderful location. Once home to 100000 people ,a rich & powerful Greek society. The ruins cover a vast area , taking at least 3 hours to see properly. The eastern temples are the most stunning, Temple E...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The entrance was close to Temple E. This is the only rebuilt temple. The best part is that you are allowed to walk inside of it, so you can sense how it would have felt like and how the proportions were. In other ancient temple...More

2  Thank MartaandMartin
Reviewed 6 September 2018 via mobile

Amazing ruins with a beautiful backdrop. We enjoyed everything about our visit. Although spread out - the reasonably priced golf buggy’s provided even more enjoyment for our young clan on the return leg! Fantastic day had by all

1  Thank D-Ding77
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

The site is well worth a visit. The temple ruins and acropolis occupy a large area that is well pathed and signposted. What was built here centuries ago was quite amazing and the reconstruction work done on some parts highlights what it must have been...More

1  Thank NJF03
Reviewed 30 August 2018

Another Greek city in Sicily that rivals what you'll see in Greece or Turkey. The site is huge. You will first come on to the Eastern Hill, with Temples E, F and G. From there it's about a 20 minute walk to the Acropolis, where...More

2  Thank ChinaFanNYC
Reviewed 23 August 2018 via mobile

Another amazing ancient Greek ruins based in Sicily. Make sure to take the buggy ride after paying for the tickets.

2  Thank MuhammadDudha
Reviewed 6 July 2018

If you're in this part of Sicily, these ancient ruins are a must. Take the tourist golf buggy-like train and soak it all up. It's not cheap – 36 euros for two – but it has to be done. And when you've finished (a couple...More

3  Thank Steve R
Reviewed 26 June 2018

Really enjoyed exploring the largest archeological site in Europe. With only 15% uncovered this site is a must see if you like history dating back to 600BC.

2  Thank AskAzz
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viajeraloca2090
12 September 2018|
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Response from ChinaFanNYC | Reviewed this property |
Hi from NYC .... We also did not use a guide. With the info posted at each part of the site, plus some googling, you’ll get a good idea of the layout and purpose of each building. We walked everywhere. I’d allow about 3... More
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15Claire15
21 December 2017|
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Don't know, sorry. We had a hire car for the time we were out of Palermo. We did have a tour guide for a day around etna and that was great if slightly indulgent at 200 for the day; but they will take you wherever you... More
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elizabethframos
12 November 2017|
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About four I think; basic golf cart. We walked but it was cool. Wouldn't want to do that mid summer as it's a big sight. Have fun.
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