This is a Roman Market place built, 1st century AD. It was incorrectly thought to be a temple, when excavations in 1750 found a statue of the Egyptian god Serapis. The Marcellum, (market), would have been two stories high and surrounded by an arcade of over 30 granite columns. The area is fenced off and viewed from street level looking... 更多
It´s near the train station ( Pozzuoli - Naples), so either way why not get off for a while and see this place. it´s interesting because this place was once underwater and nowadays is back to the surface but all this took many centuries due to bradisism, a phenomem that makes the ground goes up and down slowly during the... 更多
These ruins are truly beautiful. Although you can't really get down into the site, you can walk around the perimeter and see it from all angles. One curious sight is the many resident stray cats, who seem to survive on scraps from the adjacent fish restaurants!
An interesting site right near the fishing port .You can sit and have a coffee overlooking this site.You can not walk in amongst the ruins,but it is worth seeing.
This a interesting little ruin to visit. It only takes a few minutes, is located in a very intersting suburb of Naples, and is typical of much of the real Italy. Just a part of everyday life, enough local life a few steps away yo be interesting, hard to find, hard to park, but enough food and stuff around to... 更多
We were on a driving trip from Turkey & mafe a special trip here from Naples, but couldn't find it, despite following some signs & asking around. I applauded those who were able to visit it. Overall the signage in this town is very poor. One minute you see a sign but then there's no more. Same for the amphitheater.... 更多
Poorly signposted. We had a long walk round Pozzuoli and couldn't find it. we were going off the local tourist authority maps and are pretty good at finding our way around but this one eluded us.