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Scavi di Stabia, Castellammare Di Stabia

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  • So really hard to reach or at least with regard to the way that the Navigator gave us. Then if you are awake and slightly aggressive driving or used to driving in big cities take transport because down here forget the traffic lights, stop, and everything else. Then once we got to the parking lot of the excavation you will not see anything only covers that do not cover anything don't fear the excavations behind 2 homes truly looks like a field. Then the website is beautiful really a gorgeous villa is absolutely worth a visit.
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  • Reserve always something magical archaeological excavations. a very interesting tour. Really lovely place
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  • On leaving the station Via Nocera. Immediately turn onto via Europe. Go approximately 0.5 km. Then climb up the Hill and go straight. How to find the upgrade can not explain. There is no pointer. Only Navigator. Then literally 300 meters and you're at Villa Ariana. Entrance is free of charge. Just enroll in the journal. The visit is extremely necessary. To the next Villa-San Drops approximately 1.5 km on the highway. Sidewalks. But even more interesting than Villa Arianna. Admission is also free. Find all the very difficult
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  • Stunningly preserved Roman Villa... I've seen an awful lot of archaeology in my time, but Stabia frankly blew me away. The site is set out of the way, off the main Road between Naples and the Amalfi Peninsula. It's signposted poorly, so you'll need to be careful not to miss it. The parking lot is covered, and gives no indication of belonging to an archaeological site. If you're sitting in your car, wondering if you've taken a wrong turn, you've made it to Stabia. To call this villa expansive would be a gross understatement. It's massive, and incredibly well preserved. From the massive entrance hall, to the courtyard with its huge pool, and the ornate mausoleum, this is easily one of the most amazing Roman-Era sites I've ever visited. And what's more, it's basically a forgotten gem that gets few annual visitors. In the three hours I spent photographing Stabia, I encountered four other visitors. This fact, coupled with the phenomenal weather, made my visit a memorable one. If you're in the area to see Pompeii, be sure to set some time aside to tour this villa.
  • Much more than expected. It's a wonderful place where to spend half day. Compared to the city of Pompeii, here there are the luxurious villas. They are still very well preserved. Finally It's free!! Really no reason to explain why this is so undervalued. Amazing place, highly suggested.
  • Discovered only in 50 years for the insight of genius are the first example of row houses on holiday
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  • Places to visit at least once in your life to understand how it was tolerable in Romanic Empire era. Nostalgia, regret but also pride and excitement for everything Castellammare di Stabia.
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  • Stabiae excavations around the resorts and sollazzo of the Roman aristocracy. The structure is kept very best of Pompeii, though less publicized and less influx of tourists, unfortunately.
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