- Cadiz & Jerez
- Italica. Roman city
- White Villages & Ronda
- Sierra de Aracena
- Riotinto Mines
- Donana & El Rocío village
- Granada & The Alhambra
- Cordoba & The Mosque
Italica is the birthplace of the two most important emperors of the history of the Roman Empire: Trajan and Hadrian. It was the first Roman city founded in Spain in 206 BC by the great Roman general Scipio “the African” in the context of the Second Punic War against Carthage.
His most precious jewel is the Roman amphitheater, which was the Empire’s third largest one with a capacity of 25,000 spectators and one of the meeting points of Roman life.
The large avenues, the Cardo and the maximum Decumano, guided the population to the Forum, the largest baths or temples, and were delimited by the sumptuous “domus“, which were Roman houses, which in Italica as anywhere else, were richly decorated with beautiful mosaics and frescos.
Pick-up point: your hotel / guest house / apartment.
Estimated time of departure: 10:00 a.m..
Approximate length of visit: 2,5 hours.
* Special rates for children under 12 years old.
Where is it?
Kilometers from Seville: 8 Km