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The museum was quite interesting and the grounds, while not extensive, provided a good glimpse into the funerary customs of the Romans. School kids were also enacting a funeral scene which we found quite comical.
It was free to EU citizens. It was a small site and easy to walk around in 30 minutes. Good access to one of the Necropolis (you have to climb down a ladder). Very interesting and an unusual type of historic site to visit. The...More
If you are in Carmona this is definitely worth a look. Entry is free and when we were there we had the place to ourselves. We were given a map of the site and pointed towards the start of the 'trail'. Given the age and...More
Bit of a suprise to find such a large necropolis here in Camona. Nice that they put a ladder into one of the tombs, so you could climb down. I was a bit disppointed that soms parts were closed, but overall it's definitely worth a...More
We arrived quite late one afternoon as we didn't realise how far it was from the Parador hotel...and how many wonderful distractions there would be on the way there. But the security guard said we had nearly an hour left and would have enough time....More
a truly enlightening visit the large necropolis is very well excavated and cannot fail to give the visitor a real insight into the Roman religious and funerary systems. we walked from the hotel in Carmona and it was a fair distance but that said it...More
The Tourist Centre gave us a god start with artefacts , relics and a good map of the whole area. The information was given in three languages and was very interesting. The site was easy to find and the route easy to follow. It was...More
It's quite small and you can look around it in less than half an hour, but it's interesting to see and read about Carmona's history.
I'd advise you to visit in nice weather conditions as it it obviously outdoors. They have guides translated into various...More