Syracuse, Neapolis Archaeological Park

 

The Neapolis Archaeological Park is where you’ll find Syracuse’s greatest classical ruins.

Neapolis (New City) was one of the five quarters of the greek city of Syracuse.

During our guided walking tour of the Neapolis Archaeological Park I’ll show you, in chronological order, the Quarry of Paradise with the famous Ear of Dionysius and the Cave of the Rope-makers, the Greek Theatre, the Altar of Hiero II (the largest in the world) and the Roman Amphitheater.

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Duration of the Private Guided Tour: about 1 hour and 30 minutes

Meeting point: Parking Area “Paradise” (Viale Giuseppe Agnello)

– In the same morning/afternoon is possible to do the Guided Walking Tour of Ortygia

The ticket of the Neapolis Archaeological Park costs 10 euros per person. Free entrance under 18 and every first Sunday of the month.

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