Archaeological excavations conducted since the nineteenth century have led to the creation of the Archaeological Area of Fiesole that allows you to visit the remains of important public buildings of the Etruscan and Roman period. The adjacent Archaeological Museum of Fiesole preserves finds from the city and the surrounding area.
among which the small bronzes and the Fiesole funerary steles, spread throughout the territory. In addition to the excavation findings that document the Etruscan, Roman and Lombard periods, the museum houses notable Greek and Magno-Greek ceramic artefacts from important private collections.
The Archaeological Park reveals the importance of the city in the Etruscan-Roman period through the monumental remains of an Etruscan temple, then rebuilt in Roman times, when a theater and the baths were added to the complex. After visiting the Museum and the Archaeological Park, with a short walk we will reach a vantage point on the top of the hill where a beautiful terrace will allow us to admire the city of Florence from above!
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Duration: about 3 hours
For groups of more than 6 people the cost will be reformulated on request depending on the number of participants.
Ticket cost and reservation excluded