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From Seville: Private Half-Day Trip to Italica

Product ID: 121458
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Visit the birthplace of the Roman emperors Trajan and Hadrian on a half-day trip from Seville. Explore the ruins of Italica at your own pace and discover the remains of the 3rd largest amphitheater of the Roman Empire.
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Duration: 3 hours
Starting time 10:00 AM
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Spanish, English

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Experience

Highlights
  • Learn the Roman history of Seville at the ruins of Italica
  • Visit the birthplace of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian
  • Stop at the monastery where the bible was first translated into Spanish
Full description
Depart Seville and take a 20-minute drive to the village of Santiponce, where you will enter the Roman city of Italica and explore at your own pace.

Discover the remains of the 3rd largest amphitheater of the Roman Empire. See the monument to Trajan and visit the gym and thermal baths. Admire the mosaics in the House of the Planetarium, and follow in the footsteps of gladiators as you walk through the tunnels they used. 

Return to Seville and stop at the magnificent Monastery of San Isidoro del Camp en route. Founded in 1301, the complex is home to 15th century Mudéjar-style murals and a wonderful 17th-century altarpiece.
Includes
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Private transportation
  • Entrance tickets
  • Bottle of water
  • Stop at the Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo
What’s Not Included
  • Guide
  • Audio guide

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Important information
Know before you go
• This tour is self-guided, but a guide can be arranged on request
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Product ID: 121458