Tempio di Serapide
Just east of the port, sunken in a leafy piazza, sits the Tempio di Serapide. Despite its name, it wasn't a temple at all but an ancient...
Rione Terra is Pozzuoli's oldest quarter and its ancient acropolis. The original 2nd-century-BC temple to Jupiter, Juno and Minerva was...
Mercato del Pesce di Pozzuoli
Pozzuoli's atmospheric fish market is just the spot for an appetising morning stroll, though the best bargains are had at closing on...
Facing Pozzuoli's popular esplanade, upbeat restaurant-pizzeria Pizzaló serves decent pizzas, as well as Neapolitan dishes with...
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Anfiteatro Flavio information
Back in its ancient heyday, Italy's third-largest amphitheatre – desired by Nero, and completed by Vespasian from AD 69 to 79 – could hold over 20,000 spectators and was occasionally flooded for mock naval battles. Its best-preserved remains lie under the main arena. Wander among the fallen columns and get your head around the complex mechanics involved in hoisting caged wild beasts up to their waiting victims through the overhead 'skylights'.