5-hour Guided Bike Excursion to Italica from Seville

4.8 / 5

22 reviews

Activity provider: ATD Bike Holidays S.L.

5-hour Guided Bike Excursion to Italica from Seville

Activity provider: ATD Bike Holidays S.L.

From US$ 39.17 per person

Explore the ruins of the roman city of Itálica and the village of Santiponce during this 5-hour bike excursion from the city of Seville

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Duration 5 hours
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  • Explore the ancient Roman amphitheater at Italica
  • Learn all about the roman history and traditions
  • Visit the countryside and some of its towns
Full description
Discover the Roman ruins of Itálica on bicycle from Seville with a professional guide! This 5-hour tour takes you on an educational and exciting journey in one of the most beautiful regions of Andalusia! In this old Roman city, the Emperors Trajan and Hadrian were born. Your guide will tell you about the history of one of the largest amphitheaters in the world. This tour will also allow you to visit the village Santiponce where you will get to learn about their traditions and cultures. Here you will have the option of having a classic Andalusian breakfast (not included in tour) if you wish before entering in the archeological center.
  • Electric bikes
  • Guide
  • Helmets
  • Insurance
  • Bottled water
  • Lunch
  • Other food and drinks
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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Meeting point

Our bike shop can be found on the pedestrian street of Alcalde Isacio Contreras and is called ´´ATD BIKES´´. Right next to the entrance of the supermarket. Arrive 10 minutes in advance.

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Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 22 reviews

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This biking experience was quite fun. My husband and I were the only two people in the group so it was like having a personalized tour. Danny was quite willing to ride us through the city and show us some areas to help introduce us to Seville before heading out to Italica. We were loved visiting Italica and seeing these well preserved ruins!!!

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September 15, 2022

We decided very briefly to do this tour and a guide could actually be found for us! The tour was a lot of fun, we went out of Seville by bike, on bike paths, along fields to Italica! Our guide had a lot to tell us and guided us very well through the excavation site. It was a tour well worth seeing! The bikes were very ok, the scheduled time frame was spot on without being rushed. Overall highly recommended tour!

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August 13, 2022

Eduardo was an amazing guide, and the trip to Italica was one of the highlights of our Spain holiday. It was so fun to get out of the city and adventure out into the country, through a couple smaller towns, and to walk around the Roman ruins. Eduardo was extremely knowledgeable and had answers to any/all of our questions, and helped us order a "traditional Andalusian breakfast" in Spanish at a local cafe. He also didn't mind taking us on this tour even though my newlywed husband and I were the only ones on it that morning. We booked a handful of organized tours all across Spain, and this was one of the best excursions we did. Side note: we went in the winter and weren't entirely sure what to wear. I'd recommend wearing comfortable clothes you can wear on a bike, but serious workout gear is not necessary. Bring gloves if it's cold and layers are a good choice so you can shed as you go, but the e-bikes take the brunt of the effort so you won't get super sweaty in cooler weather.

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January 15, 2020

Product ID: 103613