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Archaeological Ensemble of Italica

Avenida Extremadura 2 | Santiponce, 41080 Seville, Spain
+34 955 62 22 66
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Historical Italica: Half-Day Guided Walking Tour from Seville
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 15:30
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Avenida Extremadura 2 | Santiponce, 41080 Seville, Spain
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+34 955 62 22 66
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Firstly I put couples as type of visit but we were actually a family but with elderly parent but their is no option for this. What a truly amazing place, it lived up to all my expectations when I planned the trip for myself, husband...More

Thank goodindiansearch
Reviewed 1 week ago

The preservation of the amphitheatre and mosaics is unlike any I've ever seen and the trip was incredibly easy using the service busses at the Placa de Armas. Stepping into the amphitheatre was like stepping back in time and knowing that Emperors Hadrian and Trajan...More

Thank Matthew N
Reviewed 1 week ago

The tiny town of Santiponce, 20 mins from Seville was one of the highlights of my trip to Spain. Almost completely deserted and some of the most amazingly preserved Roman ruins in Europe. Cost the princely sum of €1.50 to enter. Make sure you walk...More

Thank Camerlis
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Italica is a large open site with many excavated homes and other buildings spread over a considerable area. There is a very impressive arena (apparently seating 25000). The site is in a constant state of excavation and clarification and suffers a bit from a lack...More

Thank Maureen T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Roman ruins that have been preserved while also revealing their disrepair. You can walk through the amphitheater tunnels. Several spectacular mosaic floors from Roman homes have been conserved. However, it is blazingly hot, with little respite from the sun. Even in early June at 5:30...More

Thank Deborah T
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Tremendous archaeological site about 20 mins from Seville by bus. Unfortunately the site has been plundered over the ages of both stone and mosaiques but there are still superb mosaiques to be seen. The site is enormous and very little has been excavated so the...More

Thank Vivienne O
Reviewed 19 May 2017

We were staying in Seville and I had read about both these places . We caught the bus M170A from the Plaza del Armas (main bus station) to santiponce. Cost for single bus fare 1 euro 55. You pay the driver. We went first to...More

2  Thank Pauline T
Reviewed 14 May 2017

First, a couple tips: (1) get there early in the day - the place is large and there's quite a bit of walking to do under the hot sun, so it's easier to enjoy it before the day gets warm; (2) if getting there with...More

1  Thank FactotumDellaCitta
Reviewed 12 May 2017

It was a great trip to see the ruins! I can't believe they are not a world heritage site. The weather was not great which meant very few people. The local bus was easy to take and although the bus driver did not speak English,...More

Thank Sue S
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

Went there with a group, much easier than solo in bus. The colosseum is unbelievably amazing. Also a preview of GOT's final season scene. If you are a fan of mosaics, you have to visit casa de Lebrija and the archeology museums. Why? Because a...More

1  Thank chef102249
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DCJim40
Does anyone know if the site is open on Sundays? We are planning to travel there and stay in Seville for a night. (early May)
18 February 2017|
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Response from petejt | Reviewed this property |
Further to my last answer - the times I mentioned are seasonal, and valid for May. Also is case you don't know - when you get the service bus stay on it whilst going through the town of Santiponce - the stop for Italica is... More
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Michelle S
Hi! My husband and I are looking to take a bus to ruins in a couple weeks on a Sunday, but we are having difficulty determining if buses ARE available and running on Sundays to take you to and from the site, back to Seville (Plaza de Armas). Would anyone happen to know if there are buses available on Sundays? Thank you!
8 May 2015|
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Response from Johan17 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Michelle,did some online search for you. There is a direct bus from Seville to Santiponce, the M170A, on Sunday as well. Check this timetable on the site of consorcio transportes-sevilla, on the lineas metropolitanas... More
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瑞 李
hi lou what bus number and which station? thanks
24 March 2015|
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Response from Tamerlans007 | Reviewed this property |
The bus numbrer is M-170A. It departs from Plaza de Armas more or less every hour to Santiponce which is the actual name of the village where the ruins are.
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