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  • Pozzuoli
    Scavi di Cuma

Scavi di Cuma

Napoli - Pozzuoli
Archaeological sites

 

The site will be closed in compliance with the DPCM 15th January 2021.

The city of Cuma is the most ancient Greek colony in the West and its great temples dedicated to Apollo and Jove, transformed into churches during the Middle Ages, preserve evidence of Greeks, Samnites, Romans and Early Christians. The northern necropolis, and the late second century b.C. amphitheatre, which is one of the oldest in Campania, are outside the fortified city walls

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Scavi di Cuma

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How to reach the site

Pozzuoli (NA), Monte di Cuma 1 
EAVBUS line Piazza Garibaldi - Monte di Procida FUSARO stop
 

Services and Accessibility

educational tours for groups
educational tours for schools
NEWS
  • The site will be closed in compliance with the DPCM 15th January 2021.
     

Info and Reservation


 

848 800 288

Scavi di Cuma

Pozzuoli

Coopculture

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Didactic tours

Groups
  • timetable: on request
    language: italian, english, french, spanish, german
    participants: up to 30 
    price: € 200.00 (Acropolis and Lower Town)
    duration: 1 hour
    reservation: required
Schools
  • timetable: on request
    language: italian, english, french, spanish, german
    participants: up to 30 
    price: € 160.00 (Acropolis and Lower Town)
    duration: 1 hour
    reservation: required

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Scavi di Cuma

Pozzuoli

Coopculture

Hours

Open

09.00 - 16.00

09.00 - 16.20

09.00 - 16.40

09.00 - 17.00

09.00 - 17.20

09.00 - 17.40

09.00 - 19.00

09.00 - 19.20

09.00 - 19.40

09.00 - 20.00

09.00 - 20.10

09.00 - 20.20

09.00 - 20.00

09.00 - 19.40

09.00 - 19.20

09.00 - 19.00

09.00 - 18.30

09.00 - 18.00

09.00 - 17.40

09.00 - 17.15

09.00 - 16.00

09.00 - 15.45

The site will reopen to the public from Monday 18 to Friday 22 January 2021 as a result of the DPCM of 15 January 2021, from Monday to Friday and closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Opening hours from 16 to 31 Jenary 2021

09.00am - 04.20pm

Closed

Tuesday

1 January, 1 May,  25 December.

Ticket Office

It closes one hour before site closing time

 

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