Founded by romans 206 B.C
Authentically Roman City
Birthplace of Trajano and Adriano
Italica Seville is the first truly Roman city in Spain, located 15 minutes from the capital, in the town of Santiponce. It was founded in 206 BC. By the Roman general Publius Cornelius Scipio the African. The city was the birthplace of two Roman emperors: Trajano and Adriano.
Currently called Archaeological Ensemble of Italica, visitors can enjoy today walking the ancient streets and explore the ruins of houses and public buildings. One place to see is the amphitheater, which had a capacity for 25,000 people, being the third largest of the Roman Empire
ADULTS (>18 years)
Transfer from Sevilla to Santiponce (Italica) (pick up at your hotel or address)
Back to hotel or address.
Price for person 35 €, minimum 2 (70 € couple)
Aditional persons and children under 18 enjoy 50% off. Price 17,5 € (person)
Minimum of two people to organize a guided tour.
Description & Conditions tour
Details of the visit Italica Sevilla. City of Rome.
To make your visit more free you will be transferred to Italica facilitating all access. You will have a wide schedule to visit the Ruins, eat in a nearby restaurant (paella, rice recommended) and later at the agreed time will be collected to return to your hotel.
Availability: Annual. Consult
Except 1 and 6 January, 1 May, 15 August and 25 December.
Duration: 4 hours approximately. According to schedule agreed.
Days of operation: Private tour
Time and Meeting Point / Collection: In your hotel or address provided.
Time and Return Point: Return to your hotel approximately 4 hours later.
Group size: Minimum booking of 2 people.
Languages: Spanish and English ?? On request French, Italian and German ?? Others consult.
Pick up and return at your hotel or address in Seville.
Tickets and assistance until entry in Italica. We can help you find a guide if necessary
Lunch or any unspecified extra.