Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El DikkaCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Alexandria, Qesm Al Attarin, Alexandria, Egypt
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids, Amphitheater
Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka - Review
With 13 tiers, all made of marble, even the ruins of the Roman amphitheatre look impressive. They take the visitor through the Roman stories that are inter-sewn with Alexandria’s history. A short walk around the ruins will take you back hundreds of years into the mesmerizing mix of cultures that are an integral part of Egyptian history.
While you’re there, try the acoustics from the centre of the amphitheatre.
Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka Ticket Prices
- Villa of Birds admission fee for Adults EG£ 15, Children EG£ 8.
How To reach Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka by Public Transport
- The amphitheatre is located near the Misr station.
Restaurants Near Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka
- Athineos Restaurant
- Santa Lucia
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89.95% of people who visit Alexandria include Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
47.62% of people start their Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka
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Roman Amphitheatre And Kom El Dikka, Alexandria Reviews
The place is fantastic in so many ways. It’s really easy to get a feel for what the old layout was like, there are buildings from an impressively long period from Roman history and much is well preserved. As with many sites in Egypt, there is not enough information about the site and we were glad to have a guide. We were also disappointed to see tourists climbing over bits they shouldn’t, potentially ruining them for future generations, without being challenged.
It's an amazing place. I'd love to go back there again. All the archaeological things available there are just mind-blowing.
A smallish, but quite good Roman Theatre ruin. Also interesting are the ruins of lecture theatres, baths, and homes that make up the rest of the ruins accessible. The area is small enough to explore quite thoroughly in an hour.
The only part of ancient Alexandria you can walk through: Late Antique lecturing facilities, an Imperial bathhouse, Byzantine houses and a 1st-century AD Roman villa with mosaics. Beautiful
It's a beautiful place, Not as I expect that the theatre was small. There is more places there for birds villa, houses, halls and bathrooms for people in this age. I didn't see any visitors there. Bring your hat. There are coldair and bathroom there if you need.