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Archaeological Ensemble of Italica, Seville

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
See one of Spain's best-preserved examples of Roman settlement at Archaeological Ensemble of Italica. Stroll the walkways encircling the ancient amphitheater, which could accommodate up to 25,000 spectators. Beyond the amphitheater, explore the ruins of the city, including Roman baths and cobblestone streets. Head into ruined homes and palaces and view some 20 mosaics that remain remarkably intact. Work out when and for how long to visit Archaeological Ensemble of Italica and other Seville attractions using our handy Seville vacation planner.
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  • A place that conveys tranquility and invites you to stroll along its bowels. A shame that increasingly has more restricted places. It has some mosaics in good condition, and the truth is that the amphitheatre is worth. Not suitable for very hot days.
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  • I won't get enough of the Romans. This archaeological complex can seem a copy of many scattered in Europe, but it has its peculiarities. From the strategic position from where you can see the city of Seville, the mosaics and the splendid arena. Plus it's free for EU citizens.
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  • Spent a morning at Italica. Easy to get to by bus (Seville bus station is v well organised) which drops you just outside the gates. It's a huge site with much of it not excavated, but the buildings th...  read more »
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