Pay a visit to the Theatre, which boasts the largest cavea (sitting area) ever built by the ancient Greeks: it could hold 1500 people in 67 rows, divided into 9 different sections. You may also want to check out the Roman amphitheatre, partly carved out from the rock surrounding it and dating back to the Roman Imperial age.
And most people will not want to miss the Ear of Dionysius, one of the Paradiso Stone Quarries most interesting sites. Although it looks natural, this artificial cave was most likely carved out of an old limestone quarry. Legend has it that the tyrant Dionysius I used the cave as a prison for political prisoners. Because of the good acoustics, he was able to easily eavesdrop on the plans and secrets of his prisoners.
Departures: 08:30 AM, 09:30 AM, 10:30 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - The price of this tour does not include food, beverages, entrance fees, or an optional gratuity.
- Entrance fees to Parco Archaeological will cost about 10€ per person.