Medijana120 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Bulevar Cara Kostantina BB, Nis, Serbia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +381-18550433
- Ticket Price: 150 RSD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Village, Ancient Ruin, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Tower, Architecture , Archaeological Site
Medijana is an important archaeological ruin site. It is located in the eastern suburb of Nis. The site was a luxury village of its time. Remains of villas, baths, roads and granaries lead us to believe so. One can find a lot of Roman artefacts scattered around this place. A visit here will let you know a lot about people’s lifestyle in those historic times. Those interested in history and culture would love to visit this place.
- The Villa
- Thermae- the hot bath complex
- The Granary
- The Water Tower
- Two Early Christian Churches
- The Mosaics
- The Marble Figures
Medijana Travel Tips
- The weather tends to be very hot here. Carry water bottles and wear suitable clothes.
Entrance Ticket Details For Medijana
- The above mentioned price combines the visit with- The Skull Tower and the Concentration Camp.
- Students and scholars- RSD 130
How to Reach Medijana
- Bus Station: Cele–kula
- Hire a taxi
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51.06% of people who visit Nis include Medijana in their plan
91% of people start their Medijana visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Medijana
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Medijana
Medijana Reviews & Ratings
Well... the contruction is supposed to be finished already. Yet when we arrived, it was not opened! And I saw at least other two cars coming for that. Better communication is expected as one of the must-see tourist spot.
Great roman archeological site with awesome mozzaics and great example of roman vila. I like it
Emperor Constantine's villa.
Mediana is currently closed for reconstruction.
Seems interesting but closed for unknown reason although it should be open. No stuff on site, just vague legacy explanation on paper,that place is closed from November '17 til spring '18... Looks a bit forgotten by state despite its importance and value...