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North of Seville lies one of Andalusia’s most important historical sites: the ruins of Itálica near the Guadalquivir River. Founded in 206 BC, Itálica was the first and largest Roman settlement in southern Spain. The site, which can be visited on a guided tour, includes mosaics, an amphitheater, and the remains of grand villas and city streets.

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Italica Roman Ruins Tour

Italica Roman Ruins Tour

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The city of Italica, a thriving metropolis, was home to one of the largest amphitheaters in the Roman empire and the birthplace of two different Roman emperors. Today, its ruins, although majestic, repay exploring with a guide. This small-group tour gets you priority entrance and the services of a Blue Badge guide, with headsets to hear them bring the ancient stones to life.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$15.94
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Seville: Games of Thrones and Roman Empire Italica Tour

Seville: Games of Thrones and Roman Empire Italica Tour

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Visit the Roman ruins of Italica on a half-day tour from Seville that highlights the ancient site’s historical importance and its role in the popular HBO series Game of Thrones. Learn about Italica’s origins as the first Roman city on the Iberian peninsula, view features such as the amphitheater and ancient mosaics, and check out the setting for the Dragonpit from season seven of GOT.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Italica 2-Hour Private Guided Tour from Seville

Italica 2-Hour Private Guided Tour from Seville

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Relive the glory of the Roman Empire on this 2-hour guided tour of ancient Italica from Seville. Explore the evocative ruins, which date back to 206 A.D, and listen as your guide tells stories of life in ancient Roman times. Marvel at the amphitheater and Trajan monument; peek into the thermal baths and gym; and admire the remarkable mosaics in the House of the Planetarium.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Italica Roman City Tour from Seville

Italica Roman City Tour from Seville

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Explore the Roman ruins of Italica on this guided half-day adventure. See the city where important emperors were born, marvel at well-preserved ruins like the Traianeum, the statues of Diana and Venus, the public baths, and the amphitheater—an impressive structure that sat 25,000 and was used as a filming location by Game of Thrones. Save time and skip the lines with your professional guide.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$33.90
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Italica: 3-hour city tour of the emperors from Seville
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Italica: 3-hour city tour of the emperors from Seville

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Discover the rise and fall of the ancient Roman city on a guided tour of Italica. A must see when visiting Seville, Italica has a well-preserved amphitheater, thermal baths and exquisite mosaics.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Small Group Guided Itálica City and Game of Thrones

Small Group Guided Itálica City and Game of Thrones

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At last, we have our new and very expected tour "City Itálica" with this excursion from Seville. During our tour in the roman City of Itálica, we will see ancient streets, mosaics, hot springs, aqueducts and houses, such as that of Neptune or “of the birds”. These are just a few of the wonders there that we will have the opportunity to discover on a full tour that will leave you in wonder. In the Roman ruins of Italica HBO shot one of the most important scenes during last season, the reunion of the main characters like Jon, Cersei, Daenerys...Do you know what are we talking about? We will meet at 9:45 am at Street Calle Rastro 12A.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Group Excursion from Seville to Italica (Seville Roman Town)

Group Excursion from Seville to Italica (Seville Roman Town)

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Little Rome was the first Roman city built outside Italy in 206 BC by the general Publius Cornelius Scipio Scipio, the African. A city that saw the birth of two Roman emperors, Trajan and Hadrian, where luxury and the "simulacra romae" were enjoyed. We will walk through its ancient streets with our guide who will help us to interpret and get to know the whole enclave. We will also discover amazing mosaics, the Traianeum, the ancient major baths and its famous amphitheatre. It is the third largest in the world, where the famous gladiator fights took place and has been the setting for the popular series Game of Thrones. Its Roman theatre, discovered in the mid-20th century, is undoubtedly one of the best preserved in Europe, where plays are still being performed. After visiting this enclave we will go to the monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, a medieval fortress. We will finish in a traditional winery, where we will enjoy a wine tasting.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Italica Roman City Tour

Italica Roman City Tour

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The Roman city of Itálica, located in the Lower Guadalquivir, played an important strategic role both politico-military, as well as economically, during the High Roman Empire. Proof of this is that it reached an area of ​​approximately 52 hectares. The origins of the Archaeological Ensemble of Itálica date back to 206 BC, when General Publius Cornelius Scipio, in the context of the Second Punic War, defeated the Carthaginians at the Battle of Ilipa and established a detachment of legionaries on the Cerro de San Antonio, place where a turdetana population already existed since the 4th century BC. Although at first both communities coexisted in this space close to the Guadalquivir, soon the Roman element imposed its social and political ways.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$76.51
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Game of Thrones filming locations, Itálica, Seville

Game of Thrones filming locations, Itálica, Seville

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Combine Roman history with Game of Thrones facts during this tour to Italica near Seville’s center. Learn about the Roman emperors born in the city long ago, and see filming locations from GOT, the hit HBO TV show. A guide tells you all about the areas of the city the show used while filming its seventh season, including Italica’s large amphitheater.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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2-hour guided tour of Italica

2-hour guided tour of Italica

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It is always much better to visit Italica by the hand of an official guide, otherwise many of the areas that this archaeological site offers us can go unnoticed and it would be a shame if by not going with an official guide you miss out on some of the best offers of this enclave.
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  • 2 hours 15 minutes
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Private 6-hour Tour of Italica (GOT) and Seville with Hotel pick up and drop off
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Private 6-hour Tour of Italica (GOT) and Seville with Hotel pick up and drop off

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Benefit from traveling around Seville with your own private guide to see the Roman ruins of Italica and explore the highlights of Seville. Learn about Italica’s importance as the first Roman city on the Iberian peninsula, and its role in the HBO series Game of Thrones. Then head back to central Seville into see the Jewish Quarter, the UNESCO-listed Alcazar and Cathedral, Plaza de España, and other attractions.
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  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Game of Thrones Sevilla and Osuna Private Tour

Game of Thrones Sevilla and Osuna Private Tour

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Explore Seville and the surrounding countryside—and follow in the footsteps of the “Games of Thrones” cast and crew—on this private, half-day tour. In the morning, meet your guide in central Seville, and hop aboard your private vehicle. You’ll head to the town of Osuna to see “the fighting pits of Meereen,” will visit the ancient Roman ruins of Italica, and will tour the Real Alcazar de Sevilla (location of Dorne’s Water Gardens).
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  • 5 to 6 hours
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Italica Roman City Tour from Seville and Game of Thrones

Italica Roman City Tour from Seville and Game of Thrones

Italica is one of the best archeological ensembles in Europe, know the importance of this Roman city, the surrounding area has revealed the huge road network, many buildings and many magnificent mosaics. Discover the awesome mini-Colosseum and also one of the "Sets" in Game of Thrones.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Italica Tour

Italica Tour

On this route we will know the ruins of Italica, the first city in the Roman Empire built outside the Italian peninsula, from which it got its name; cradle of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian. Bike tour in Seville, bicycle, entrance to Italica, bilingual guide, bottle of water and helmet for children.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$42.50
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Italica trip

Italica trip

Italica was the first Roman city founded in the Iberian Peninsula, is an archaeological site located a few minutes by car from Seville. This visit will give us the opportunity to make an exciting journey in time, going through the streets of the ancient city, we will visit the House of the Birds, House of the Planetarium, Major Thermal Baths, Gymnasium and the Roman Amphitheatre, one of the largest in the Roman world where the famous gladiatorial fights took place. The tour begins with the visit to the city, thanks to the explanations of the guide you will be able to imagine how they lived and you will be surprised with the comforts that they had, how a city was organized, the incredible knowledge of engineering that they had and the amount of elements that have lasted throughout the time. The route ends at the Roman amphitheatre, where you will walk through the accesses and labyrinths of one of the largest amphitheatres in the Empire.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Guided tour of Italica and Andalusian aperitif

Guided tour of Italica and Andalusian aperitif

A mixture of history and gastronomy typical of the place. We prepare everything to discover Itálica, this wonderful archaeological site just 20 minutes from Seville. A morning tour, short and pleasant to leave the city and meet Santiponce, a pleasant village in the Aljarafe region. A specialist guide will show you the Roman city and finally we will have a typical aperitif in one of the bars of the town: olives of different styles and wine, very rich in Aljarafe.
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  • 5 hours
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$102.80
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Family Routes: Santiponce

Family Routes: Santiponce

The town of Santiponce was founded in 1595 and the surrounding landscape comprises fields of cereal, olive groves and fruit orchards. Next to Santiponce there is the Roman town of Italica. Founded by the general Scipio Africanus in 206 B.C. when he decided that this part of the valley of the river Betis would be a good place for a new Roman city. Itálica became a popular and prosperous Roman town and was the birthplace of the emperors Hadrian and Trajan, Its most important remains are the amphitheatre, the baths and its mosaics. Santiponce possesses another interesting monument, the gothic monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, founded by Alonso Pérez de Guzmánin 1301. In this unique fortress-monastery, with a double church, the Gothic style is juxtaposed with clear Languedoc and Mudejar influences, where the Almohad tradition is clearly visible. Unlike Cistercian austerity, the Hieronymite monastery is decorated with murals that make up what is possibly one of the most outstanding ensembles in Spain. Leaving Sevilla by riding past the Fabrica de Tabacos and Giralda, along and across the river Guadalquivir and through Triana, you eventually arrive at the new cut of the river Guadalquivir. From the town of San Juan Bajo there is a riverside path which takes up along the west bank of the river until it is time to switch onto rural tracks which will lead to Santiponce itself.
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  • 8 hours
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Seville in roman times: Italica + Antiquarium

Seville in roman times: Italica + Antiquarium

Discover what life was like in Roman times in this area by discovering two Roman cities in the province of Seville. Italica and Híspalis were two Roman cities that were very close, although different from each other. Learn about the legacy of the Roman Empire in our culture by visiting these unusual places, one on the outskirts of Seville, the other in the same city, and discover one of the most famous amphitheatres in this region. The visit to Italica ends at the Roman amphitheatre, where you will walk through the entrances and labyrinths of one of the largest amphitheatres of the Empire.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$255.26
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Self-guided Bike Tour around Doñana from Seville

Self-guided Bike Tour around Doñana from Seville

A unique experience, where you can pedal through all the main ecosystems of the Province of Seville. Rainfed crops, green corridors, Mediterranean forest, marshes, rice crops,... and without forgetting culture, having the opportunity to get to know the Roman city of Italica and the culture of the Rocio pilgrimage, crossing the Vado del Quema and the rociera town of Villamanrique de la Condes
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  • 2 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$185.96
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