This place is incredible. Bit off the beaten track but an absolute must-see for anyone with an interest in Roman history. We were lucky to be there on a beautiful summer evening and there were no other visitors so it was very evocative. Former Roman imperial palace with extensive ruins, just a beautiful place to walk around
Our visit to this well preserved Roman palace was the highlight of our trip to Serbia. Our guide was very knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. I would travel here again.
It's not easy to get there, and once you do, there's not much to see. All the ear and tear of your personal automobile, you'd think they government might do a little bit more to make the road that proudly displays their history better. I do salute the handful of dedicated historians, however, who do what they can with the... 更多
We travelled to Felix Romuliana from Vidin in Bulgaria and it was very well worth the short drive. Seldom is it possible to visit such a site in such peace and tranquility. Although a small coach party arrive as we did, the site is so large that they did not affect our visit and left before we did. For quite... 更多
Gamzigrad is an archaeological site, spa resort and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Serbia,located south of the Danube river, near the city of Zaječar. It is the location of the ancient Roman complex of palaces and temples Felix Romuliana, built by Emperor Galerius.The main area covers 10 acres.
Felix Romuliana, the remains of a large roman palace, one of the best preserved. The site is about 20 minutes from Bulgarian border and some 1h drive from Romania, Calafat. From Belgrad is a 2.5h drive. Tickets for visiting this world heritage site cost 300 dinar/person ( about 2.5 euro ). The site consist of large fragments of the walls... 更多
One of the best preserved Roman imperial cities in the Balkans is situated around 7.58 km west of the city centre of Zajecar. It was one of the most important late Roman sites in Europe and dated from 4th century. This ancient city is the birthplace of three Roman Emperors: Galerius (ruled 293-311), Maximinus (ruled 305-312) and Licinius (ruled 308-324).... 更多
This site is a place to see at least one in lifetime. The site is of great importnace to understand the area and Serbian territory in the past and now. The site offers a long back history idea how it was and why some things happened here. A nice managed site and very clean one too.