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Cartagena : Roman Theatre Museum Entry Ticket

1. Cartagena : Roman Theatre Museum Entry Ticket

Learn about the historical processes by which the Roman Theater in Cartagena was buried until its re-discovery. Step into the "Passageway of History” and learn about the development of the theater site dating back to the 1st century B.C. Find out how plays were performed during Roman times and the political implications of the Roman art world. See the remains of a Roman house with mosaic tiles, which was destroyed during the construction of the theater. Discover the history of Roman Spain with an entry ticket to the fascinating Roman theater in Cartagena.

Cartagena: Ancient Roman Walking Tour with Entry Tickets

2. Cartagena: Ancient Roman Walking Tour with Entry Tickets

Enjoy a trip back in time as you discover Cartagena’s Roman history on a 3-hour walking tour. Visit some of the city's most important Roman monuments and ruins, archeological sites, and buildings, stopping for a drink and a tapa along the way. Follow your guide through the city’s streets and along the Roman Route as you learn about the city's Roman history. Take in some of Cartagena’s stunning 19th and 20th-century buildings as well. During this complete city tour your guide will provide commentary on all of Cartagena’s emblematic sites.

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What people are saying about Cartagena

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 16 reviews

Our guide Christina was very knowledgeable about the Romans in that period. She brought us around the most interesting parts of the city and we learned a lot. She also gave us an insight into the way they lived and how archaeologists are dealing with all the finds that regularly crop when they build in the city. We also enjoyed the drink and tapas afterwards. The old tavern we went into was genuine, locals used it and the tapas was delicious.

A place where you must go to learn about our history, I advise you to be with the Granada guide, because it makes history very entertaining and enjoyable. If you can't, the audio guide to learn is very necessary.

The theater is impressive, and it is in the very center of the city, in the town hall square and 100 meters from the port.

just entrance, nothing special whether you buy it via gyg or on the spot... But of course the site is worth visiting

It is super well preserved and the audio guide has been a complete important to learn and enjoy