The Cuma Archaeological Park and Grotto of the Sibyl
Typology: Archaeology site
Description: The site is an extensive look at the ruins of Cuma, the oldest city-state of Magna Grecia on the mainland of Italy. Cuma was at its height roughly between the years 700-500 BC, ruling much of present-day Campania. The admission ticket costs 4 euros, is valid for two days and includes admission to three other sites: the Baia thermal baths, the Campi Flegrei Archaeological Museum in the Baia castle, and the Flavian amphitheater.
City: Pozzuoli - Cuma (NA)
Coordinates: 40°50'53.88N - 14° 3'17.42E
Address: Via Monte di Cuma, 1
Telephone: (39) 081-8040430
For more information: Cuma
The Roman tunnel
The Cuma Archaeological Park
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