Area Archeologica di Libarna, Serravalle Scrivia
(4.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Area Archeologica di Libarna is located in Serravalle Scrivia. Add Area Archeologica di Libarna to your Serravalle Scrivia travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Serravalle Scrivia trip itinerary planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The archaeological site is very interesting both from the standpoint of historical and archaeological data from the particularity of its current position. The explanation was very interesting and full of cultural ideas. Kudos to the well prepared archeologist Donatella.
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  • Archaeological site very interesting and friendly and welcoming. The must, a passionate archaeologist that guides you and makes you relive the struggles of gladiators, wagons, Roman villas and stage performances of our past. Great for kids as well! Thanks again for the nice afternoon ... Despite the cold!
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  • Tell Rome and the Roman world only a few steps from Serravalle OUTLET can be a unique opportunity that local tourism can and should take advantage of. Even Gavi, the castles of Oltregiogo, the complex of Santa Croce in Bosco Marengo, the Napoleonic Museum and the Citadel of Alessandria can and should fit into a first class tourist circuit.
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Google
  • Worth visiting. Beautiful Roman city that remains Theatre, amphitheatre and some home and road. Useful app.
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  • A truly remarkable place, which in other countries would deserve a detour of hundreds of kilometres. Also useful mobile app.
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  • a marvel to be discovered and visited. A very important archaeological site. Worth visiting
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  • very interesting site to understand how was the region in Roman times.
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