- Incl. trekking bike & helmet
- #1 Italica Bike Tour
- English-speaking local guide
- Option to add on an Andalusian lunch
- Book now online!
Please note that this tour is not available at this moment. You can still book our private tour.
Do you want to see another side of Seville? Then join our Italica Bike Tour and experience this ancient Roman city founded in 206 BC. This archaeological site is located just 9 km (5 mi) from Seville, and contains many fine buildings from the Hadrianic period, as well as a well-preserved Roman city with cobblestoned streets and mosaic floors. Join Baja Bikes in exploring the first Roman city on the Iberian Peninsula. Hop on a bike and learn everything about the fascinating history in five hours with a local English-speaking guide.
Explore the Roman City of Italica by bike
Highlights of this tour:
- Roman ruins
- Villages and traditions of Camas & Santiponce
- Learn about Bullfighting in Camas
- And much more!
The meeting point for the Italica Bike Tour is conveniently located in the city center. From here you will ride together with a professional guide to the Roman ruins, just outside Seville. You will get acquainted with the villages and traditions from Camas and Santiponce (Seville) where the emperors Trajanus and Hadrianus were born. In addition, your guide will tell you everything about the history of one of the biggest Roman amphitheaters in the world. Furthermore, you will also learn about the history of bullfighting in the city of Camas. Finally, you can choose to add on a typical Andalusian lunch (not included in the price of the tour).
Book a half-day tour in the outskirts of Seville
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Come and cycle with us and discover the first Roman city in Spain! You can make a reservation quickly and securely via the booking menu on the right. You will immediately receive a confirmation with all the information. Please note: this tour is not available on Mondays because the amphitheater is closed.
Make your city trip to Seville complete with an Italica Bike Tour!