Italica from Seville tour. In this half-day tour we will visit both the Roman Theatre, located in the centre of the village Santiponce, and the archaeological site of Italica. Italica holds an amphitheatre that was once counted 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 miliatay importance in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. Throughout the trip you will be lead by an expert guide who will explain to you the fascinating history behind this famous sight. You will be given plenty of time to roam and around and witness firsthand how the people of Italica lived. You can also see an array of stunning nature from the site making this an unmissable trip.
Italica was the first Roman city founded in the Iberian peninsula and the birthplace of the Emperors Trajan and Hadrian. After Italica we will then proceed to visit the Medieval Monastery of San Isidoro de el Campo. The Monastry was founded in 1928 by the famed don Alonso Pérez de Guzmán, historically known as “Guzmán el Bueno”. The Monastry´s architecture was typical of Seville in the last decades of the thirteenth century. Our expert guide will ensure that you see every intimate surface of this beautiful sight. Before we conclude the trip by arriving back in Seville we will visit San Rafael in La Pañoleta Winery. You will be given the opportunity to try a glass of typical wine from the are which posseses its own distinct flavour.
Includes: Transport, a tour guide, entrance to monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, Italica, and a typical wine glass. Trip subject to availability.
Adult price: €28
Price children from 4 to 18 years and students up to 26 years old: €19
Starting point: from Seville on the door of your accommodation or place nearby.
Departure time: 9:30h
Departure days: Tuesday to Sunday
- Get the total refund of the payment
- Change the for to another day with a complete group.
- You can also choose a private tour ( paying the difference of the price).