Teatro Romano, Cadiz
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Ahora se pueden visitar las gradas y quieren seguir cavando para llegar a lo que antiguamente era el escenario del teatro.Now you can visit the stands and want to continue digging to reach what was past the stage of the theatre.show original
Aunque no es, ni de lejos, el más espectacular de ver, ni su estado de conservación es impresionante, sí que me pareció una visita muy interesante y una apuesta por poner en valor el patrimonio histór... read more »Although it is not, or away, the most spectacular view, or its state of preservation is impressive, found me it a very interesting visit and a commitment to give value to the historical heritage. The reception is very good by the staff of the theatre, with kindness and a smile, and very well structured and anything dense interpretation centre. In addition, the District of the Populo from which is enter is, for me, an of the parts more beautiful of Cadiz.show original
Este teatro es interesante de ver, la entrada es gratuita, pero está en un estado peor que el de Mérida, por ejemplo. Aún así resulta interesante verlo, teniendo en cuenta que queda poco...This theatre is interesting to see, admission is free, but it is in a State worse than the Merida, for example. It is still interesting to see it, taking into account that there is little...show original
I have seen quite few Roman Amphitheatres including the one in Rome, all of them always move me, on the end of the day we are walking on 2000 years old stones. The remains of that one are quite poor comparing but I love the little museum attached to it. They cleverly used what they have and put together when, why, who... there is even very short film in english and spanish teaching you about the amphitheatre. Bravo!!! And it's free.☺
Antoni Pons Oliver
Siempre lo he visto cerrado.
Paco Carrero RamirezAlthough only a small part is, it was the second theatre in extension of the Iberian Peninsula, only surpassed by the Cordoba. It is also the second oldest built by the Romans after the Pompey in Rome. Very interesting visit to the interpretation centre with abundant and attractive graphics on the Roman Gades.show original
Pedro Alfonso GarcíaVery well done explaining installation. Has a recreation in 3D in video. You can enter by the Hall of the vomitorium. Interesting visit free and fast.show original
Annundûr EdhelhainA small look at the city's Roman past. Although the visit is not very large and the remains have not been preserved all the rather than we would like, it is worth to see it to see the remains of the theater and see the lower levels from the windows of the ground. In addition, the entrance is free.show original
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