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As you traverse the city of Syracuse, you'll stumble upon Temple Of Apollo . Temple Of Apollo is not a top-rated place in Syracuse.

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  • 1 ReviewsDuration: 8 hour

    Visit Aspendos and explore ruins dating from the Roman period, including the best-preserved amphitheater in Turkey. Admire the spectacularly sited Temple of Apollo in Side. Stop to see the Manavgat Waterfalls on the return trip.

    From USD 28.42 Per Person View Deal
  • 2 ReviewsDuration: 7 hour

    Explore the ruins of Pompeii on a guided 3-hour tour, traveling by train from Rome. See the preserved ruins of one of Italy, and the world’s, most famous archaeological sites, including the Forum, Roman Baths, Brothel, and Temples of Apollo and

    From USD 238.26 Per Person View Deal
  • 4 ReviewsDuration: 9 hour

    Explore the Amalfi Coast and either Amalfi, Positano, or Ravello village on a private shore excursion from Naples. Then, visit the ruins of Pompeii, where public baths, theaters, and brothels were all frozen in time by the volcanic eruptions of 79 A.

    From USD 533.25 Per Person View Deal
  • 7 ReviewsDuration: 5 hour

    Discover the beauty of a city full of fascinating myth. See the ancient monuments whose legends inspired Homer and Virgil. Learn why they call this volcanic region the Land of Fire.

    From USD 73.75 Per Person View Deal
  • Duration: 8 hour

    Enjoy a private full-day tour from Naples to two of Italy's most legendary attractions. Enjoy a scenic drive along the Neapolitan coast to explore the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, then climb to the smoking summit of Mt. Vesuvius.

    From USD 340.38 Per Person View Deal
  • Duration: 7 hour

    Climb aboard a replica wooden pirate ship for an adventure at sea! Feel the wind in your hair as you face swashbuckling challenges and enjoy pirate activities for kids. Smell the salty sea air as you set off from Side or the Manavgat River.

    From USD 21.6 Per Person View Deal
  • Duration: 2.5 hour

    Skip the long lines to enjoy a private guided tour of Pompeii and see the perfectly preserved remains of a Roman city. The 2.5-hour tour takes you to all the main sights of Italy’s most famous archaeological ruin, including mosaics, public baths

    From USD 430.83 Per Person View Deal
  • 3 ReviewsDuration: 4 hour

    Step back in time and explore the ancient ruins of Pompeii on a private sightseeing tour by train from Naples. See the former public baths, villas, taverns, shops, theaters, and brothels, all frozen in time by the volcanic eruption of Vesuvius in 79

    From USD 300.66 Per Person View Deal

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  • Some nice parts of the temple in the park. Unfortunately you can not walk into it. Good view tough. Nice area. Market, bars and shops.

  • Wonderful ancient ruins in the middle of Ortigia. Sometimes scenary for classical music concerts

  • Old and interesting site. Not much signage - check wiki for some more details if you're visiting.

  • Nice ruins, some parts still standing, and in the middle of everything. Great for a quick stop.

  • Syracuse is well worth a visit, drop past the temple of Apollo for a quick look or grab a bite to eat and a drink at one of the bars nearby

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