A candidate to enter the list of UNESCO’s Heritage Sites and the birthplace to Roman emperors, the Roman town of Itálica is our most significant archaeological site.
We’ll visit one of the largest amphitheatres in the Roman world, stroll the streets and admire authentic, remarkable mosaics. We’ll learn about Roman society and their stunning engineering works.
We’ll continue our tour by visiting the neighboring Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, a hidden gem
Tiled and frescoed walls witnessed the passing of different monastic orders that inhabited it.
Tradition has it that Saint Isidore of Seville was buried here
And so was Hernán Cortes, before his bones travelled to Mexico
The church of the monastery houses one of the best Baroque altarpieces in Seville.
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