Segobriga Archaeological Park, Saelices

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  • Great for a day tryp! Visit the site, the interpretation center and the museum...your family and kids will enjoy it. Are you hungry? Go to "Las Termas de Segobriga"...a restaurant just 10 kms away...s...  more »
  • An excellent city with many partially or fully uncovered sites. Theatre, amphitheatre, forum and more with information boards . The paths are mostly easy to walk and the views are excellent. Some part...  more »
  • As someone who taught History and visited Hadrians Wall Roman remains many times I was thrilled to visit this site and see how much of it remains. As usually happens in Spain there have been some revi...  more »
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  • A very interesting site with the possibility of guided tour. It is a complete Roman city with houses, theater, Amphitheater, etc. It even has a great mosaic and parts of all kinds of the era such as e.g. beauty and kitchen utensils. What is in a worse state is the central square, but in general it is worth a visit.
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  • This well-preserved and still working
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  • I love this site. Lot of history together to teach the little ones. You have to bring water, makes a terrible heat.
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  • The very short winter schedule
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  • Simply fascinating, worth a stop and spend some time to visit the Roman ruins ... and to think that only 20% is uncovered.
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