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Forum at Pompeii, Pompeii

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  • In January, went on tour. Japan language is so well understood, though, such as the stadiums have time not. It is summer and sunny is tight so far. Tracks from the old ground was impressive.
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  • Very impressive! We spent 3 hours -4 to see! Very pity that there was little time left would again! The weather was +9. The wi-fi. Give when you sign a paper map, but we got me phone (iPhone anyone advise to download electronic guide)! In January, people are not very much so looking very interesting in many houses you can go and see, touch (if not frescoes) hands. On the territory of many modern sculptures that really fit into the structure of the city.
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  • There are no words that can only be what it feels like walking around Pompei. A piece of history frozen in time.
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  • Absolutely impressive. I thought speed bumps and stepping stones to cross flooded streets were minor things but in a well planned city are critical to thrive. So neat!
  • We visited Pompeii recently and was amazed at the shear scale of the place and with the help of our tour guide (which I recommend) brought it totally to life and highlighted things you would have missed without the guide being present. On the day we went there was sculptures located at various places throughout Pompeii witch only helped make the visit even more interesting. Definitely recommend spending a good part of your day here as there is so much to see.
  • For an Aussie like me, this is a great place. If you are with a tour guide, don't let them hurry you. I've been on two tours, the first with a guide who let us take it all in and the second who just rushed through here. Fact is, this is a big empty space with ruins. A good guide will tell you about how this place was used and what the various buildings used to be. It is probably not the most photogenic of the sights in Pompeii, but if you have travelled a long way to get here then make the most of it.
  • It is surreal to stand here and view. Great spot to see and watch documentaries when you get home.
  • The sites and ruins are absolutely amazing and are a must-see, if you happen to find yourself in Italy. My only two problems with it are that they installed some crazy statues of angels and other statues of faces that I guess are supposed to be like Roman statues or something, but they're just sculptures that the people in charge decided to add they don't add anything and takes away much needed space due to all of the tourists, which leads me into my second complaint: THERE ARE WAY TOO MANY TOURISTS. If you absolutely despise large groups of tourists where it's hard to move freely without bumping into someone, this may not be the place for you.