Only discovered in 2010 during the construction of a new subway, these archeological remains of the former Roman city are fascinating to wander through – although much still remains closed to the public.

The complex consists of eight streets, an early Christian basilica, public thermal baths, six large buildings and a late medieval church. Visitors can walk among the remains of the walls and admire some small mosaics and the ancient water systems.


We spent around 15 minutes walking through and reading the interesting information boards about the site. 

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