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Teatro Romano

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Teatro Romano

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Get acquainted with the history and art of Jerez de la Frontera on a 2-hour walking tour that provides a great introduction for first-time visitors. Alongside an art historian guide, you’ll weave your way through the cobbled streets of Jerez’s Old Town and learn about the melting pot of cultures that created the historic city.
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John Dan K wrote a review Oct 9
Little Rock, Arkansas3,191 contributions557 helpful votes
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My wife and I love history, especially of the Roman days. The Teatro Roman in Cadiz is well worth visiting. It is somewhat difficult to find the entrance but once you do it is a fascinating piece of ancient ruins. It is not like the Roman arenas in Nimes or Arles, but with its rubble, it is very interesting. If you are a history lover, don’t miss it.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Margaret H wrote a review Mar 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom10 contributions4 helpful votes
Well presented ruins of a Roman theatre, There was a good short video in Spanish and English which made it easy to understand .
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Charlene B wrote a review Mar 2020
Pebble Beach, California38 contributions7 helpful votes
SO very well done and presented and a wealth of knowledge to be gained by watching and listening to the brief video presentation.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lowell L wrote a review Feb 2020
Minnesota Lake, Minnesota8 contributions
If you have seen Roman ruins before including theaters then this is not a great draw. But if you have not seen ruins before then it is certainly is something you should visit. The entrance was free but a tad difficult to find. If you go there do not pass up the little museum that shows you what it probably looked like roughly 2000 years ago.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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teignwolf wrote a review Feb 2020
Teignmouth, United Kingdom127 contributions31 helpful votes
Visited this whilst in Cadiz for a day whilst on a cruise. It is tucked away in a side street not far from the cathedral. It is not widely advertised but well worth a visit, entrance is through a narrow door which again is not promoted. The ruins and exhibition, which includes a video, are free to visit and can be covered in about an hour. Definitely worth a look if you have an interest in Roman history
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Date of experience: January 2020
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