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Grotta di Seiano, Naples

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  • The Grotta di Seiano is extremely interesting archaeologically and historically speaking. The procedure for visits is perhaps not one of the easiest for vistors to Naples but it can be done if you hav...  more »
  • The tunnel was built by ancient Roman in the first century before Christ. It's long over 700 m. It served to link the ancient villas with Pozzuoli and Cuma. The architect was Cocceio and Seiano was th...  more »
  • Tradition gave to this attraction a name which is completely wrong: it's a 700 m artificial tunnel built in 37 B.C. by Marco Vipsanio Agrippa. You will walk under the promontory in a structure built m...  more »
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  • Our B&B set up a reservation for this your and it was fantastic. Long tunnel takes you out to a interesting Roman royal villa ruins. Beautiful views and interesting history. Only a few English speaking people in tours so most in Italian but guides would fill in with English and answer all questions. Would highly recommend this during any visit to Naples
  • This is the entrance to the Archaeological Park Pausilypon. The visit begins with a walk through the cave, a very long tunnel leading ultimately to a great archaeological area, held with care and used as a venue for numerous cultural events. The scenery is breath taking, not to be missed. It is always worth booking before going on site.
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  • Roman Grotto made to reach floor. also Posillipo At the end of the cave through a private property you arrive at villa of Pollio always from Roman times. The view is nothing short of spectacular, enveloped by silence and smell the vegetation.
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  • Archaeological site to visit. Naples is not just pizza and Boardwalk. Fascinating route by opening on a finestra.del Gulf of Naples. lovely. Visit to book by phone at least the morning before. Although we had arrived after hours for booking and lags behind the other managers they farto go in and have found it a very friendly caretaker that he narrated with passion all the history taking us for two hours showing the entire dua passion for that place. all free. So passionate that you are angry with those who smoke cleaning facava and burning scrub to make us to live fully the beauty of the place. in the free package coffee offered any other proof kindness. archaeological site. alternative c is also the guided tour with women in an association that works with the municipality to highly trained site maintenance costs 5 euro with scheduled partende but I do not know whether to book.
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  • After a fascinating walk through a mysterious tunnel come suddenly projected into another era, two thousand years back
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