Guided visit to Roman city Italica in Sevilla
Guided tour of the archaeological site of Italica, located in the municipality of Santiponce in Seville. An exciting journey through time visiting the Casa de los Pájaros, Casa del Planetario, Termas Mayores, Gymnasium and the 4th largest Roman amphitheatre in the world. The explanations of the guide will help you to imagine the life, the buildings and the atmosphere that existed a little more than 2200 years ago. The tour ends at the Roman amphitheatre, where you will walk through the entrances and labyrinths of one of the largest amphitheatres of the Empire. Discover the fascinating city of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian on a tour of some of the archaeological sites of the Roman city. The Major Baths, the bakery, the incredible restored domus and the spectacular amphitheatre, the 4th largest in the world.
What we are going to do?
The tour begins with a visit to the city. You will learn how they lived in Roman times in Andalusia, you will be surprised with the comforts they had, how a city was organised, the incredible engineering knowledge they had and the amount of elements that have endured over time.
Walking tour of the archaeological site. The guide will be waiting for you at the entrance gate and the itinerary is: Nova Urbs with the Major Baths, House of the Planetarium, House of the Birds, Cañada Honda and Amphitheatre.
Entrance to the Itálica site
Visit with an authorised guide
What should I bring?
Something to snack on
Warm clothes in winter
It is important to arrive 10 minutes before the start of the activity. The guide will be waiting for you at the main entrance with a badge. Eating is not allowed in the archaeological site. There are toilets and bathrooms inside.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.