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Seville: Italica Roman Ruins City Tour

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Discover the first Roman city built in Spain 206 B.C. This city was the cradle of the two most important emperors of the Roman Empire, Hadrian and Trajan. Walk through the huge amphitheater and appreciate the impressive ruins.
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  • Discover one of the most majestic archaeological sites in Spain
  • Walk through the famous amphitheater, used as a Games of Thrones location
  • Skip the entrance line and head straight in
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Italica was the first Roman city founded in Spain, built in 206 B.C. after the battle of Ilipa. Enjoy a 2-hour tour of the ruins of this ancient city, led by a knowledgeable guide. 

The site is located just 8 kilometers northwest of Seville. More than 2,000 years later, it still holds the essence and atmosphere of the Roman Empire. Under the rule of emperors Hadrian and Trajan, the city further expanded during the 2nd century.

Nowadays its major attraction is the amphitheater, which was used by HBO as a film location for some of the scenes in the famous TV series Game of Thrones. Your guide will wait for you at the main entrance to the Italica site, to start your 2-hour tour that will take you back to the ancient times of Rome.
  • 2-hour tour
  • Skip-the-line entrance ticket
  • Guide
What’s Not Included
  • Transportation to the meeting point
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities

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Meeting point

At the main entrance to the Italica archaeological site, Avenida de Extremadura 2, 41970 Santiponce, Seville.

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From US$ 21.82 per person

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Naturanda Turismo Ambiental

Product ID: 204493