I decided to go to Italica thanks to Wiki Travel. I just searched it casually and found that it was the birthplace of Trajan and Hadrian. It suddenly became a must. So when I got to the Sevilla train station, I went to ask about it. The bus station. The town is close to a small town called Bed near Sevilla (well, it’s called "Bed", not "Bed"), Camas. Sevilla actually has another big house of the same name, called Casa de Pilatos. It's just because of medina azahara Because of Italica, I have always held the mentality of "stay in Sevilla is tight, if the attractions are similar, they will be cut". Since Casa de Pilatos lost to Palacio de Lebrija both in terms of location and fare, I have I thought it would become a temporary regret like Casa Batlló.
The ancient city of Italy was built in 206 BC. It was a colony of Roman expatriates at that time. There is an amphitheater in the ancient city, which has been preserved intact. It is said that it can accommodate 25,000 spectators. It was one of the largest theaters in the Roman Empire at that time. There is a museum nearby that houses archeological artifacts from Italy.
This amphitheater can accommodate 25,000 spectators and was one of the largest theaters in the Roman Empire at that time. Beautiful scenery
We were a little short of time, so we did not visit the additional attractions nearby. It’s just whether the inner value and the actual value are proportional to your personal feelings
Beautiful scenery, it is an ancient Roman city in BC, only a small part of the ancient city including the amphitheater can be visited at present
Preston_Dominguez: 41080 Santiponce, Sevilla, Seville Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Italica,,Cotidiana Vitae,