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Archaeological Ensemble of Italica

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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Avenida Extremadura 2, 41970 Santiponce, Spain
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All reviews roman city the bus mosaic floors eu citizens free entry on site last stop game of thrones plaza de armas bus station well worth the visit nice mosaics across the street public transport roman times information boards walk around emperor hadrian
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Santiponce is located about 20 minutes from the centre of Seville and there is plenty of parking near to the site. Entrance for EU citizens is free which is amazing so go quickly before Brexit. Italica was founded in about 206 BC and was the...More

Thank John_The_Miner
Reviewed 1 week ago

Easy trip from Sevilla on the public bus. The driver indicates Italica when it’s time to get off. We were there on a Sunday and the admission was free. There was limited English information at the site. I suggest downloading some English information before you...More

Thank Compass822657
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Italica is an easy bus ride from plaza de las armas, stand 41 in the bus station, bus route 170 every half hour. Pay the driver the 1 euro 20. Entrance is free if you take your passport. There is a small exhibition at the...More

Thank Wags63
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This old Roman ruin was well worth the 15 min Uber drive north of Sevilla. The sites are fascinating and interesting for the historical significance. Be sure to walk inside the lower sections of the amphitheater.

Thank Andy L
Reviewed 8 October 2018 via mobile

We were lucky, our tour guide to another place suggested Italica to us if not nor google trip neither books or TripAdvisor have mentioned it. We rented a car to go to Ronda and on the way back to Seville we have added another 20min...More

Thank bita10026
Reviewed 7 October 2018

If you have a little spare time in Seville, it is worthwhile heading out to Santiponce which is about 15 minutes outside the city. We had a car but there are tour buses and the place is served by public transport. There is a great...More

Thank AndrewJMS
Reviewed 25 September 2018

You have arrived by bus or by car, on the edge of a vast hill, or plateau, overlooking the whole valley (" la Vega" in Spanish) of the ancient "Betis" ( the current Guadalquivir ). The ruined city is the "new town" added to the...More

1  Thank Manuel A
Reviewed 16 September 2018

Italica is one of the most extraordinary sights of a trip to Seville - do not miss it! I will leave others to marvel about the ruins themselves and concentrate on the practical information. We made our own way there by catching the bus from...More

Thank kgrecoinfo
Reviewed 29 August 2018

Italica, an ancient Roman settlement and birthplace of Emperors Trajan and Hadrian, is located about 10km outside Seville. The site is still being excavated but it is possible to see the layout of the town and also some lovely mosaic floors. Most of the stone...More

1  Thank hywheeler
Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

I thoroughly recommend a visit to Italica. It is a mini Pompeii. The site is easy enough to get around. We went on Sunday and it was free entry. It is a half hour bus trip from Seville. The day we went was very hot...More

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CarlosD5693
2 September 2018|
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Response from hywheeler | Reviewed this property |
Its free entry for EU nationals and 1,50 euros for those from other countries. You can get your ticket there. Check the opening times before you go as times vary from day to day. Get no 170 bus from seville bus station... More
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Hi we visited Saturday 5/5 and we were told that due to filming game of thrones the site will be closed until 29/5/18
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11 March 2018|
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OPENING HOURS: 1 Jan - 31 March and 16 September - 31 December: Tuesday to Saturday: 09.00-18.00 Sunday and public holidays: 09.00-15.00 1 April - 15 June: Tuesday to Saturday: 09.00-20.00 Sunday and public holidays... More
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