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Segobriga Archaeological Park

Carretera Carrascosa s/n, 16430 Saelices, Spain
+34 629 75 22 57
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If your interested in history a must

Wonderful views from this park with small museum & info movie dubbed in English. It still has some... read more

Reviewed May 13, 2018
barbara s
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Esperance, Australia
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Go back in history at this roman jewel

Espectacular views of "La mancha" from this Roman village. You will see a roman teathre... read more

Reviewed January 6, 2018
Margarita C
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Toronto, Canada
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Carretera Carrascosa s/n, 16430 Saelices, Spain
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+34 629 75 22 57
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Reviewed May 13, 2018 via mobile

Wonderful views from this park with small museum & info movie dubbed in English. It still has some of theatre and amphitheater standing. Wear comfy shoes lot of walking. Take a warm jacket strong wind that was icy cold.

Thank barbara s
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Reviewed January 6, 2018

Espectacular views of "La mancha" from this Roman village. You will see a roman teathre, anfiteathre, nechpholis , ruins of roman baths and village ruins. The staff at the entrance was very nice and warned us the walk will be about one hour or two...More

Thank Margarita C
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Reviewed April 30, 2017 via mobile

Great for a day tryp! Visit the site, the interpretation center and the museum...your family and kids will enjoy it. Are you hungry? Go to "Las Termas de Segobriga"...a restaurant just 10 kms away...see my review about the place. It was a great combination to...More

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Reviewed April 26, 2017 via mobile

An excellent city with many partially or fully uncovered sites. Theatre, amphitheatre, forum and more with information boards . The paths are mostly easy to walk and the views are excellent. Some parts unsuitable for pushchairs, wheelchairs or people with walking difficulties. But you can...More

Thank SarahC0805
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Reviewed September 5, 2016

As someone who taught History and visited Hadrians Wall Roman remains many times I was thrilled to visit this site and see how much of it remains. As usually happens in Spain there have been some revisions which some archaeologists would find hard to accept...More

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Reviewed July 22, 2016

We had a look round the Visitors Center/Reception which was good. The actual site is quite a long walk from this center - the path is good but long. This was too long for us in 37C heat, so bear that in mind if you...More

Thank Brian H
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Reviewed June 8, 2016

Didn't get to see the site as it was closed (around 2.30 pm) but the small museum looked nice. Crazy opening hours. Beautiful area, and only 5 minutes off the motorway.

Thank Fay G
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Reviewed May 24, 2016

When you step into the same sands where gladiators fought or stand where hundreds of people stood seeing plays, it is impossible not to feel going backwards in time. The park is very well maintained, the visit well organised and the entrance fee adequated. The...More

Thank ana948
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Reviewed May 24, 2016

Prior to this visit I wouldn't believe, but when I visit segobriga I felt travelling backwards in time. The felling that you have when stepping into the same sands where gladiators fight or standing in the forum is exhilarating. The tour is well mounted and...More

Thank Ana M
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Reviewed April 2, 2016

The Roman ruins at Segóbriga are quite impressive - very well conserved and extensive. Our guide explained the history of the area in great detail and gave us plenty of time to poke around, take pictures and ask questions. The museum at the entrance and...More

Thank AnnieBCN
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