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Free Cancellations Available
Overview
Duration
4h
Languages
English, Italian, French, Spanish
Voucher type
mobile
What To Expect

Italica was the first Roman city founded in the Iberian peninsula and the birthplace of the Emperors Trajan and Hadrian. The main building on this archaeological site is the amphitheatre, the third largest in the world with a capacity for 25.000 spectators. Itálica is also well known by its mosaics and "domus".In this half-day tour you will visit both the Roman Theatre, located in the centre of the village Santiponce, and the archaeological site of Italica. The itinerary also includes a visit to the monastery of San Isidoro del Campo in Santiponce. Italica holds an amphitheatre that was once considered as the largest in the ancient world. It was one of the earliest Roman settlements in Spain and was founded in 206 BC. It became renowned for its military importance in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. Throughout the trip you will be lead by the guide who will explain to you the fascinating history behind this famous sight.

What to remember

Important info

  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • The tours in French and Italian require a minimum of 4 participants
included
What's included
included-item
Driver/guide. Professional guide. Round-trip shared transfer. Visit to the Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo. Entrances to Italica Ruins
excluded
What's not included
excluded-items
Food & drinks. Hotel pickup and drop-off
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Know Before You Go
Highlights
Visit the archaeological site of Italica and its amphitheatre, the third largest in the world. See also its well known mosaics and "domus". Discover the birthplace of the Emperors Trajan and Hadrian
Operating days
Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until 2 days before your travel date
Provider
Naturanda Turismo Ambiental S.L.
Meeting Point
  • 10:00 am at Calle Trajano nº6
  • 9:50 am at the Hotel Don Paco (Plaza Padre Jerónimo de Córdoba nº4)
  • 9:45am Calle Rastro 12A