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If you are the kind of traveler that has a wide range of interests, you'll be sure to love Museo Archeologico di Baglio Anselmi.
Some explorers like to see the national capital, Rome, first. Once you're done there, it is 280 miles (451 kilometers) to Marsala, where the attraction can be found.
It's great to have choices when you're trying to find a room, and with approximately 19 hotels less than 2 miles (3 kilometers) from Museo Archeologico di Baglio Anselmi, you're sure to find something close. Many travelers like the Grand Hotel Palace, Hotel Carmine and Best Western Hotel Stella D'Italia, 1 mile (2 kilometers), 0.3 miles (0.5 kilometers) and 0.4 miles (0.6 kilometers) away, respectively.
You'll be able to put a bit of money aside for more adventures if you decide to spend the night at one of the several reasonably-priced hotels nearby. A pair of well-known establishments include the Case a San Matteo, 0.6 miles (1.0 kilometer) away, and the Le Saline, 0.6 miles (1.0 kilometer) away.
A night or two at the Delfino Beach Hotel is worth its weight in gold. It is the sole luxury hotel around, situated 4 miles (6 kilometers) away.
If you're feeling exhausted from all the sightseeing, get yourself a well-deserved coffee break at Pasticceria Elisir, just an easy walk away. If you'd prefer an establishment with a larger menu, Baglio Dei Mille will settle a rumbling tummy. Remember the best moments of an idyllic day by having a drink at Tavernetta del Gusto, which is also a brief walk away.
Take the metro at the closest station, Marsala, after visiting Museo Archeologico di Baglio Anselmi. It's an easy 1 mile (2 kilometers) away.