Nesactium archeological site
Nesactium is the archaeological site where so many evidence of life dating back to the Histri, the Romans until the Middle Ages can be seen. During the time of Histrians, Nesactium was the center of religious and political activities as well as the capital. Numerous foundation walls and the necropolis were preserved from that period, while from the Roman era preserved forums, the remains of temples and roads. Nesactium got its shape by which is known in the Bronze Age. Today, this place is also a museum where there is a number of preserved specimens. Nesactium is a blend of different historical events and legends that have taken place in this area.
Category: Other attractions,
44.916682, 013.969259 (44°55’00.1″N, 013°58’09.3″E)
00385 (0)52 550 117
January, February, March: 09:00-12:00h i 14:00-17:00h
April, May: 09:00-12:00h i 15:00-19:00h
June, July, August: 09:00-12:00h i 16:00-20:00h
October, November, December: 09:00-12:00h i 14:00.17:00h
GPS coordinates: 44.916682, 013.969259 (44°55’00.1″N, 013°58’09.3″E)
Address: Valtura 52100
Archeological site Nesactium is located near Valtura in Istria, around 13 km away from the old town of Pula
If you are driving with a car, show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do arheološkog nalazišta Nezakcij koje se nalazi kod mjesta Valtura u Istri, od starog dijela grada Pule udaljeno je oko 13 km. Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema arheološkom nalazištu Nezakcij koje se nalazi kod mjesta Valtura u Istri, od starog dijela grada Pule udaljeno je oko 13 km. Hvala!
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