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Kolymbethra Garden & Hypogea: Guided Tour

  • Duration: 40mins
  • Live guide in English, Italian
  • Group of max. 10 people
  • Access to Kolymbethra Garden
  • Guided tour of the hypogea (underground chambers) in English and Italian
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Oscar,  Netherlands Netherlands
18 Jul 2019
We had a lovely time, the guides are fun and professional, and very interesting to see! Very worthwhile!
Kolymbethra Garden & Hypogea: Guided Tour
rosalba,  Italy Italy
18 Sep 2022
Una bellissima esperienza, però dovrebbe esserci una entrata autonoma perché abbiamo dovuto pagare anche il biglietto d’ingresso alla valle dei templi
Kolymbethra Garden & Hypogea: Guided Tour
Pietro,  Italy Italy
14 Aug 2019
Bellissima esperienza. Giardino botanico con specie particolari e alberi secolari. Emozionante l’esperienza nell’ipogeo. Personale estremamente gentile e preparato. Altamente consigliato.
Kolymbethra Garden & Hypogea: Guided Tour

About: Kolymbethra Garden

Kolymbethra Garden was a favorite amongst writers, artists, and poets of ancient times and is still sometimes likened to the Garden of Eden. The garden is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is located in the Valley of the Temples archaeological region of Agrigento, Italy.

This ancient garden showcases stunning examples of Greek art and Doric architecture, and visitors can see many different plants native to Sicily.

Kolymbethra Garden
Via Panoramica de Templi, 92100 Agrigento, Agrigento
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