The Flavian Amphitheater is one of the two Roman amphitheaters existing in Pozzuoli and it dates back to the second half of the XNUMXst century AD
It was built to cope with the population increase of Puteoli, which had made the old building used for public shows in the republican age.
The Flavian Amphitheater is second only to the Colosseum of Rome and the Campanian amphitheater, in terms of capacity. The construction was attributed to the same architects of the Colosseum, of which it is a little later. Some texts report its construction under Vespasian and its inauguration probably by Titus.
Every day from 09:00 to 15:00. Tuesday: Closed
The entrance ticket costs 4 Euros and it also includes a free visit to the Castello di Baia, home to the Museo dei Campi Flegrei and to the thermal complex of Baia. Free admission every 1st Sunday of the month.
ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS
Corso Nicola Terracciano, 75 80078 Pozzuoli NA Phone: 081 526 6007