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Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery 2024

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Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery - 2024

Guided tour of the Italica archaeological site, including a visit to the monastery of San Isidoro del Campo.

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Roman Ruins Seville in Santiponce
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Discover the Roman ruins of the Archaeological Ensemble of Italica

Just 10 km north of Seville, in Santiponce, visit Itálica (Roman Ruins of Italica) and the medieval monastery San Isidoro del Campo.

Itálica is one of the most renowned archaeological sites in Seville as it is one of the few Roman cities that preserves the structure of its streets and buildings. It is also a natural area of great interest and known worldwide for being the famous setting of the series Game of Thrones.

With its great monumental value, Itálica allows us to visit the site, explore its streets, squares, and monuments. Having experienced a golden age where it was the most important city in Andalusia, its artistic value is remarkable.

Visit to the medieval monastery of San Isidoro del Campo

After the visit to the archaeological site of Itálica, you will go to the monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, a must-see monument located in the town of Santiponce.

The monastery of San Isidoro del Campo presents a great diversity of artistic and architectural styles, such as the Mudéjar style. The cloister of the dead and evangelists, the sacristy, the chapter room (both decorated in the Escurial style), the refectory, the Gothic cloister, and the Baroque tower complete the ensemble.

This half-day excursion from Seville will let you discover the Roman ruins of Santiponce from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle. The excursion starts early in the morning for a 4-hour visit to the Roman city of Italica.

Visit Itálica's Roman ruins and San Isidoro del Campo monastery in Santiponce, just 10 km from Seville. Explore this renowned archaeological site, a Game of Thrones filming location, and discover its remarkable monumental and artistic value.

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     City of Italica 
     Available all year 
     En, Fr, Spa, It 
    • Visit City Italica from Seville.
    • Guided tour of the Ruins of Italica.
    • Professional guide of the enclosure.
    • Private round trip transportation from Seville.
    • Visit to the Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo.
    • Drinks and food.
    • Visit the town of Santiponce.
  • Availability and Prices

    Check our booking calendar for tour prices and the availability of times and dates throughout the year.

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    See The Roman city of Itálica Half-day excursion - Visit City Italica In Seville & Medieval Monastery (Tickets & Excursions)
    See The Roman city of Itálica Half-day excursion - Visit City Italica In Seville & Medieval Monastery (Tickets & Excursions)

    Highlights of Visiting Italica (Spain)

    • Italica is a remarkable Roman site.
    • Marvel at the stunning Italica amphitheater.
    • Stroll through ancient Roman streets.
    • Explore Europe's largest ancient city.
    • Italica Game of Thrones: Wander through of serie sets.
    • Visit the medieval San Isidoro del Campo Monastery: classified as a national historical and artistic site, it was founded in 1301 by Don Alonso Pérez de Guzmán and María Alonso de Coronel as a funerary monument. According to Mozarabic tradition, the monastery was the burial place of San Isidoro before being occupied by Hieronymite monks.

    Spain Italica Seville: Excursion to Santiponce from Seville

    The trip from Seville to Santiponce takes 20-30 minutes. Santiponce, a neighboring city in the metropolitan area, is home to the first Roman colony in Iberia, founded over 2,000 years ago.

    At the entrance to the Roman city, our official guide will provide historical context, then we'll visit the site, which was home to emperors such as Trajan and Hadrian.

    Like all ancient cities, Italica holds its secrets and special places. Among its most famous is the amphitheater, built between 117 and 138 under Emperor Hadrian, which had three levels and could hold 25,000 spectators. Beneath its ancient wooden floor was a service pit where munus gladiatorum and venationes were held.

    The amphitheater's caveas were divided into three sections, separated by passageways called praecinctiones. The first, the ima caveas, had six tiers and eight entrances, reserved for leaders. The media cavea, with 12 tiers and 14 entrances, hosted the commoners. The summa cavea, covered by a canopy, was reserved for women and children.

    The Italica amphitheater also had chambers dedicated to the worship of Nemesis and Dea Caelestis. Other notable sites include the Traianeum, the temple dedicated to Trajan, built by Emperor Hadrian.

    The Roman city of Italica was founded by General Publius Cornelius Scipio in 206 BC. Abandoned by the Goths in the 5th century, it became Taliqa under the Visigoths and Moors. Excavations began in 1751 under Francisco de Bruna and continue to this day.

    Explore the Different Domus of Italica in Seville

    At its peak under Emperor Hadrian, Italica's new city flourished with grand houses owned by the region's most important and wealthy families. These residences followed the traditional Roman house structure, with interior courtyards.

    The archaeological remains of several of these houses are preserved, including:

    • Exedra House
    • Neptune House
    • Hylas House
    • Planetarium House
    • Birds House

    Don't miss the chance to book your excursion to Italica and explore the Roman ruins where Game of Thrones was filmed.

  • Languages

    En, Fr, Spa, It

  • Accessibility & Tips


    • The Archaeological Ensemble of Itálica has difficulties in accessing certain areas. Due to the irregular state of the pavement in areas such as Nova Urb, it is difficult for wheelchair users to visit these specific areas.


    • Take your camera.
    • Water bottle.
    • Wear comfortable shoes (sports or hiking type).
  • FAQS: Visit to the City of Italica

    The answers to the most frequently asked questions.

    Where is Italica located?

    The Roman town of Italica, located on the lower Guadalquivir, halfway between Seville (Hispalis) and Alcalá del Río (Ilipa), in what is now Santiponce, very close to the roads that linked the Sierra Norte mining basin with Seville and Huelva. If we take the excursion from Seville, we will arrive in around 30 minutes.

    What time does the excursion to the archaeological site of Itàlica (Santiponce) start?

    The excursion to the Italica archaeological site usually departs early in the morning from Seville.

  • Cancellation policy

    • Moderate cancellation policy.
    • The refund of the price of the monuments tickets will not be granted in case of cancellation of the visit.
    • Cancellations made 48 hours before the start of the activity will be refunded 100%.
    • Cancellations made between 48 and 24 hours before the start of the activity, 50% refund.
    • Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the start of the activity will not be refunded.

    Rules & Restrictions

    • Late arrivals will not be reimbursed . If the group is complete, the visit will begin waiting for a time acceptable to those who are delayed (about 5 / 7mn).

Customer reviews

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  • Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery


    It is really worth visiting. No matter what you have been told before about the Roman city of Italica, it is a must if you like history and Game of Thrones, of course. An important route for any self-respecting tourist.
  • Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery


    The weather was perfect for us, it wasn't too hot. The ancient Roman city is impressive.
  • Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery


    Fantastic, shocking, no matter how many times I see it, it never ceases to amaze me. A must see for any traveler. To this day, my favorite place in Seville.
  • Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery


    Very pleasant visit, the guide was very friendly. The views of the ruins are spectacular. Very interesting information provided by the guide. Highly recommended excursion.
  • Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery


    Very competent guide with a lot of knowledge and anecdotes. We were lucky to have her to ourselves, a real treat.
  • Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery

    Raul lopez

    Very competent guide with a lot of knowledge and anecdotes. We were lucky to have a group of 5 people on the tour, almost to ourselves, a real pleasure.
  • Visit City Italica In Seville With Medieval Monastery


    Cool! I loved seeing the ruins of Italica. Seeing the scenery of the dragons from Game of Thrones was great.

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