Roman ruins of Italic
Italic is an old Roman city in Santiponce, to 7 kilometres of Seville. It was founded in 206-205 B.C.
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Italic is considered Historical Heritage of Spain and Property of Cultural Interest and still it preserves remains of that so ancient epoch where the Romans were dominating the world. In Italic there were born three of the most important emperors of the ancient Rome like Trajano, Adriano and Teodosio. The most important remains to visit are the Walls, the theatre, Trajano's temple, the amphitheatre, the thermal baths and the different houses (House of the Lint, House of Neptune, House of the Exedra), luxurious residential complex with mosaics, statues and marbles imported from Greece and Mauritania. Visit Italic until March 31 in the following schedules: From Tuesday until Saturdays from 9 am to 5.30 pm (The ticket office closes at 5.30 pm). On Sundays and festive from 10 am to 4 pm (The ticket office closes at 4 pm). On December 24 and 31 is closed. For the citizens of the European Union admission is free. For the rest of citizens the price is 1,50 Euros.