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This archaeological tour begins with the visit of Segesta’s magnificent temple in Doric style. Built in the first half of the 5th century B.C.E, the temple lacks a roof and an inner sanctuary.  It has been suggested that the temple’s construction was halted while at war with Selinunte around 429-430 B.C.E., although this is a debated point. On our way up to the agora, the city’s heart, we pass a recently excavated site that reveals some of the city’s 5th century fortifications. On top of mount Barbaro, we find a well preserved theater carved out of the rock, and which could welcome up to 3000 spectators. The rest of the site is as interesting as it is complex, with various architectural and cultural strata: Hellenistic edifices, Roman habitations, a 12th century castle and mosque, and a ruined 12th-13th century church with Norman foundations.

Tour duration: ca. 3h

Note: the climb to the theater can be fatiguing, particularly in the summer. A shuttle is available, and runs every 30mn.

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Trip Includes: Guided tour, local taxes (if you are a Tour Operator, please contact us for a quote).

Trip Excludes: Admission ticket and shuttle to the agora (€ 7,50)

Per private party of up to 8 people
price: € 300 /Group

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