Aquileia, one of the most important cities of the Roman Empire, founded in 181 BC. and destroyed by Attila in 452 AD, is now a small town located a short distance from the Adriatic coast where even today you can breathe the air of its ancient beauty.
The Basilica of Aquileia with its baptistery and bell tower stands out between the countryside and the sea. Inside there is one of the most extraordinary mosaic floors in the world.
Symbol of the greatness of imperial Rome is the Roman Forum of Aquileia, a natural place for meetings, business, politics and the administration of justice.
Wide archaeological areas can be visited outdoors, such as the markets, the oratories, the Domus of "Tito Macro" and the Sepolcreto, all recently restored.
We recommend the National Archaeological Museum and the Paleochristian Museum to be visited.
Audio guides are available at the Tourist Information Office.
The entrance to the archaeological areas is located a few steps from the entrance of the campsite.