Italica Roman City Ruins guided visit from Seville

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  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Historic monument
  • Tuesday, Thrusday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Local guide
  • Private transport from Seville
  • Available tour languages : Eng, Esp, Fra, Ita

Italica tour from Seville

Discover with us the amazing Itálica Roman Ruins in Seville, located in the village of Santiponce, just a few kilometers from the center of Seville.

Our local guide will help you to interpret the history that Italica hides, with its mosaics, its houses and its famous Amphitheatre, one of the greatest in the Roman Empire, where the famous gladiator fights took place. Italica was the first Roman city to be founded in the Iberian Peninsula and the birthplace of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian.

We will also visit the San Isidoro del Campo monastery, a medieval fortress located a few meters from the Italica archaeological complex, which hides a long history, as well as beautiful Gothic, Mudejar and Baroque treasures

Are you coming to discover the Ruins of Italica with us?

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Italica guided tour Prices

 

Adults* StudentsChildrenToddlers
18 + years18 – 25 years4 – 17 years0 – 3 years
35 €26 €26 €Free

 

* Students: students with valid student card.

Details and Itinerary

 Tour language options:

English, Spanish, French and Italian. You can select your language in the booking form.

Italica tour from seville available days:

Tuesday, Thrusday, Saturday and Sunday.

 Duration:

4 hours approximately.

 Meeting point:

We offer three pick-up points in the centre of Seville. You can choose the one you prefer in the booking form:

A) At 9:30 am in our Tourist Office in Trajano Street 6

B) At 9:35 am in front of Hotel Don Paco entrance door, Plaza Jerónimo de Córdoba 4

C) At 9:45 am in our Tourist Office, Rastro Street 12

(View the Meeting Points on Map)

If you need any further information, please contact us. Our guide will have your contact details in case he/she needs to contact you on the day of the tour.

 The package includes:

Private transport from Seville. Visit to the Italica City Ruins and to the San Isidoro del Campo Monastery. Local guide who will accompany you permanently. Free travel insurance.

Reccomendations:

Sports shoes and a small provision of water for personal use are strongly recommended. Depending on the weather conditions, a hat, sun cream, an umbrella or similar items may be necessary.

 Booking time limit:

10 hours in advance.

 Cancelations:

Cancellation up to 48 hours before the date of the activity: no charge and 100% refund. Between 48 and 24: 50% refund. Less than 48 hours, late arrival or no show: no refund will be provided. If you need to cancel your booking, please, email us at info@exprilo.com.

What to Expect

From Seville and on board our transport, it will take us a few minutes to reach this Roman archaeological site, located in the town of Santiponce, a few kilometres from Seville. Once we arrive at the doors of the Archaeological Site of Italica, we will enter the site accompanied by our guide to start the guided tour.

We will walk through every corner of the Roman Ruins of Italica, strolling through its ancient streets. We will discover the history of this magnificent place while observing its squares and houses which still perfectly preserve their careful mosaics nowadays.

Following our walk we will arrive at the most interesting spot of the visit, the Amphitheatre. The Amphitheatre of Italica is remarkable for its state of conservation and for being one of the biggest in the Roman Empire, and where the famous gladiator fights took place. It is also known for being the stage for famous film productions, such as the TV series Game of Thrones.

We will also take a look at its impressive Roman Theatre discovered in the mid-20th century, and which is still in use nowadays hosting performances occasionally. We will not leave Italica without getting familiar with all its interesting elements such as the Walls, the Traianeum, the Major and Minor Baths, or the Aqueducts.

After finishing our visit in the Ruins of Italica, we will go to the Medieval Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, a medieval fortress that hides Gothic, Mudejar and Baroque treasures.

What do you think? Are you coming with us?

Estimated schedule

  • 9:45 am Meeting and introduction
  • 10:00 am Visit to the Italica City Ruins
  • 12:30 am Visit to the ‘Monasterio de San Isidoro del Campo’
  • 13:15 pm Aperitive
  • 14:00 pm Arrival in Seville

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Frequently asked questions

Ticket: Once your booking has been confirmed, you will receive an email containing your booking voucher. You can print it out or download on your smartphone/tablet to show on the day of the activity. Anyway your guide will have your booking details and also it will be enought to present your id document.

How to book our Italica guided tour from Seville? To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete booking form. After complete the booking you will receive your confirmation immediately.

More questions: If you still have more questions, check out our section on frequently asked questions. If you need help to book an activity or have any enquiries, please contact us.

12 Reviews
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Joanne

Solo Traveller

Great tour. Great guide

17/03/2019

maple

Family Traveller

Surprisingly very Interesting

03/11/2018

sharon

Couple Traveller

We were given a meeting point in central Seville and we were one of only two couples on the tour, a lovely french couple. Our guide was very friendly and knowledgable. Italica was amazing, especially the Amphitheatre. Next stop was the Monastery, then on for some orange wine tasting. Thank you.

08/09/2018

Mapi

Family Traveller

Nice tour full of legends and history. Greatings!

05/05/2018

Hiro84

Couple Traveller

They picked us up at our hotel and in about 20 minutes we arrived in the city of Itálica where we started the route there we began our walk and listen to the stories that our guide told me that in my opinion is quite well informed. Thank you very much.

31/03/2018
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