Walk through history and myth of the Flavian Amphitheatre


History and myth recounted between the walls of the beautiful Flavian Amphitheatre of Pozzuoli (photo gallery), where with a little imagination you can still hear the blows of the swords of the gladiators and the cries of the martyrs. Here on 7 and 8 September, from 10.30 to 12.30, is scheduled “Delus minor: the amphitheater, gladiators and Christian martyrs,” a guided tour to discover the historical and archaeological beauties offered by Naples and Campania, organized by the Group Sybil and Quovadisnapoli offering guided tours, readings of historical passages and mythological tales.

Charm, history and legends breath and live among the stones of the amphitheater of Pozzuoli which, for size, is the third oldest arena after the Colosseum of Rome and that of Capua, the reign of Spartacus. Here you can admire the underground best preserved and largest of the ancient world. Located at the intersection of the main streets of Campania arriving from Naples, Capua and Cuma, was built in the first century AD.

The guided walk in the Flavian Amphitheatre of Pozzuoli will be complemented by readings of songs and mythological tales and will end with a wine tasting in the Phlegraean Fields. The event is part of the event archaeological Malazè food and wine.

Opening hours of the amphitheater: Saturday – Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00

Hours of narrative paths: Saturday and Sunday from 10.30 to 12.30

Information and reservations for the routes: 389/5771154 – info @ quovadisnapoli. net

Cost guided tour:
€ 5, 00 – Malacard holders 10% discount
free for children up to 10 years

Full price: € 4,00 (integrated 2-day ticket that allows you to visit the amphitheater of Pozzuoli, the archaeological museum of Baia, the archaeological complex of the Baths of Baia, Archaeological Park of Cuma and the Serapeum of Pozzuoli)