Neapolis Archaeological Park
Neapolis Archaeological Park is an archaeological park that's open to the public year-round. It is home to the Greek Theatre of Syracuse, which was constructed in the 5th century BC and rebuilt in the 3rd century, with revisions by the Romans for gladiator access.
You'll also find the Latomie del Paradiso, a mysterious, deep, limestone quarry that provided the stone to build this ancient city, and the Ear of Dionysius, a 23-meter-high grotto. It's said that Dionysius used the excellent acoustics of the quarry to eavesdrop on his prisoners!
Neapolis Archaeological Park is a top archaeological site and tourist attraction in Syracuse, Italy.