Durres Amphitheatre, Durres
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Stop by one of the largest Roman amphitheaters in the Balkans at Durres Amphitheatre. The amphitheater is located in the center of the city, which makes it easily accessible during a city walking tour. The site was built during Emperor Trajan's rule and its well-preserved remains, including a chapel mosaic, are open to the public along with a museum. The mosaic is located inside alcoves, but some of these are under structural risk due to the development on top of the amphitheater, so use caution when you are touring the area. There is a small fee for entering and remember to ask the reception desk for information in English. Put Durres Amphitheatre into our Durres trip itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Durres.
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The Durrës Amphitheatre is a large Roman amphitheatre. It was built in the 2nd century AD during Roman Emperor Trajan's rule, it is located in the centre of the city and is only half unearthed. The Du... read more »
Będąc w Durres należy wybrać się w to miejsce. Amfiteatr jest niewielki ale dobrze zachowany, można zwiedzić podziemia a dookoła tętni życie.Warto zaznajomić się z historią i amfiteatru jak i samego D... read more »Being in the Durres select in this place. The amphitheater is small but well maintained, you can visit the underground and around is teeming with life. It is worth to get familiar with the history and the amphitheatre and the Durres, which is really interesting.show original
Almost nothing to see there,no table where u could read something about it.Full with the garbage.Sorry that i spent a half of a day to come there and find it
Wonderful, sensitive restoration by local standards. Easy to explore all that's left, the structure is being further uncovered through the demolition of some of the houses that have been built onto the site over the years; archaeological excavation appears to be still underway at one edge of the analytical stadium. 400 lek to get in.
A great historical place: huge amphitheatre built by the Roman in the 2nd Century AD, forgotten and rediscovered in 1966. A must.
Das ist schlecht
Great historical place!
Not in great condition,but impressive nonetheless.
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