Parco Archeologico di Segesta Tickets

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Entrance to Segesta Archeological Park with Pemcards Postcard

  • Entrance to Segesta Archeological Park
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Steven,  United States United States
16 Jul 2022
If you can do guided, you should. Didn’t do it myself and have little idea of the history there. It’s hot with little shade. Otherwise very cool to see.
Tickets for Entrance Segesta Archeological Park with Pemcards Digital Postcard
Benoît,  France France
04 Aug 2022
Parking gratuit à proximité de la billeterie. Accès piéton au temple. Accès à l'amphithéâtre piéton ou par une navette (4€/adulte) circulant ttes les 30 minutes.
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27 Aug 2022
Je kunt de bus nemen naar het ‘theater’ (€2 p/p + mondkapje), naar mijn inziens niet de moeite waard. De tempel zelf is prachtig, 250 meter omhoog lopen, absoluut de moeite waard.
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About: Parco Archeologico di Segesta

The archaeological site is in the province of Trapani and it is surrounded by hills and offers stunning views. This ancient beauty takes you back in time to the Elymians, the ancient people of western Sicily. The first thing that strikes visitors is the panoramic position, which give them the feeling to be back in time. (for SO: taken from

Parco Archeologico di Segesta
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Parco Archeologico di Segesta
Contrada Barbaro, 91013, Calatafimi
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