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Private exclusive Tour to Italica (Game of Thrones Set)

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Italica
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Introduction

Do you usually wonder how was the Roman Empire? How fascinating were: the style of life, its culture, and historical facts?

We have here the perfect half day plan: visit Italica, the most important Roman ruins in Spain where some episodes of Game of Thrones were filmed!

Don't let this adventure escape and Book your private exclusive VIP tour now!

From our extensive experience with tourists all over the world, we recommend you as highlights of this tour:


   Daily    4 hours
Highlights

Dedicated guide and taylor made VIP tour

Italica was the first Roman city founded in the Iberian Peninsula and is the most important Roman site in Spain

You can find fabulous mosaics on the streets and visit the surprisingly big Amphitheatre - the 3rd biggest in the Roman Empire

Italica is a perfect relic of the Roman Empire

It was scenario of “Game of Thrones” season 7  

The Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo was declared Historic-Artistic Site of National Interest 

Taste a glass of a regional wine in La Pañoleta Winery - included!

Key details

LANGUAGE

This private tour is available in English and Spanish.
Italian, French, Portuguese and German (on request).

DURATION

Approximately 4 Hours

MEETING POINT

Pick up and drop off at your hotel

SCHEDULE

Daily.

Please, when booking, choose morning or afternoon and the preferred time to start.

Full description

Italica, located in modern-day Santiponce and at 9km from Seville, was the first Roman city founded in the Iberian Peninsula and was the birthplace of the Emperors Trajan and Hadrian. Considered the most important Roman ruins in Spain, Italica is a must-go place for the curious about History and Architecture and also for the mosaic enthusiasts.

The Roman city was founded in 206 B.C. by the General Publius Cornelius (also known for the nickname Africanus) and was a place of settlement for wounded soldiers or victorious veterans. From Seville, we will arrive at Italica in a short time. Old streets with fabulous mosaics compose this archaeological site, as well as a big aqueduct with 37km total length, and a surprisingly big Amphitheatre - the 3rd biggest in the Roman Empire. You can wander through the tunnels where gladiators would once have walked! In this tour, our guide will also tell us about the Roman Theatre, dated from I B.C. and I A. C. centuries.

Italica is such a perfect relic of the Roman Empire that HBO chose it to be the scenario of some scenes of the 7th season of the famous show “Game of Thrones”.  

After the stroll in this site, we will visit the Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, founded in 1301, a medieval fortress that hides treasures from the Mudejar, Gothic and Baroque periods. It was declared Historic-Artistic Site of National Interest in 1872.

Finally, and before we go back to Seville, we will visit San Rafael in La Pañoleta Winery, a traditional cellar, where a wine tasting is included.

It will be impossible to escape to these amazing stories, facts, and curiosities about the Roman ruins of Italica. 

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Included

  • Transfer.
  • Official Guide.
  • Entrance to Italica.
  • Glass of typical wine.

Excluded

  • Other services not specified above.

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