The Antro della Sibilla is an artificial gallery from the Greco-Roman era, found following the archaeological excavations of the ancient city of Cuma: it is identified as the place where the Cumaean Sibyl operated and disclosed her oracles.
In fact, according to tradition, this was the place where the Sibilla Cumana, famous for its oracles and for being mentioned in the Aeneid by Publio Virgilio Marone, who describes a place similar to the cave.
Every day from 9:00 to 17:00 or one hour before sunset and the ticket office closes one hour earlier.
Closed the 1 January, the 1 May and the 25 December
The visit is cumulative with the Cuma Archaeological Park.
The cost is 4 Euros at full or reduced price for young people and students from 18 to 24 years old at a cost of 2 Euros
Admission is free for: Citizens under the age of 18 of the European Community and non-EU citizens, Italian teaching staff of the school of tenure or on a fixed-term contract, upon presentation of a suitable certificate issued by educational institutions.
1st Sunday of the month, free admission for everyone.
ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS
Cave of the Sibyl in Cumae, Provincial Road Cuma Licola 80078 - Pozzuoli (NA)