Découvrez l’ancienne ville espagnole de Carmona lors de cette excursion d’une demi-journée au départ de Séville. Découvrez les nombreux chapitres de l’histoire de la région, des anciens Carthaginois et Romains aux époques médiévales musulmane et chrétienne et explorez le site archéologique vieux de 2 000 ans où un immense lieu de sépulture a été découvert. Vous aurez également l’occasion de goûter à l’huile d’olive pressée à la main ainsi qu’à la cuisine locale lors de cette excursion d’une journée vers l’un des joyaux les moins connus d’Andalousie.
Excursion d’une demi-journée de Séville à la ville voisine de Carmona
Apprenez-en plus sur l’histoire ancienne et à plusieurs facettes grâce à un guide professionnel
Faites le tour des vestiges archéologiques de la nécropole vieille de 2 000 ans
Découvrez les lieux de sépulture, les poteries et les bâtiments datant de l’époque romaine antique
Goûtez à l’huile d’olive pressée à la main à l’église Santa Maria
Ana our guide was enthusiastic and informative. We visited all the important sites and even bought an English Cake from a convent and ate it with coffee we purchased in the Market Square in Carmona. The outing would have been fantastic if it had been slightly longer and it had been possible to have lunch as well.
Actually, there was not enough people signed up for this tour so I was put into a tour to the ancient Roman city ruin of Italica instead. There were only 3 of us needing audio guide in English, the rest were Spanish speakers. I thought the tour guide handled it very well. It was impressive and I am very thankful for his effort. Italica was an interesting visit. I enjoyed walking inside the amphitheater and its service corridors underneath the brick/stone bleachers. It was also great to see the Roman drainage system from more than 2200 years ago perfectly preserved to this day. Unfortunately, the rest of Italica is barren - remains of knee-high brick walls and mosaic tile floors are pretty much all you see, and it is not easy to visualize how the city used to look like by just walking around the empty city blocks. We also visited a nearby monastery of historical significance from Christianity point of view. A stop at local pub for a shot of sweet orange wine was nice too.
We were very impressed with our tour guide, Miguel. He was knowledgeable, friendly, helpful and enthusiastic!
Unfortunately, because of a lot of recent rain and downed trees, the Necropolis was not open the day we went. But Miguel substituted with taking us into the Fortress of the Gate of Seville. We had a full tour of the inside and went to the top and also he drove us around to the back gate, the Door of Cordoba.
We then went to a beautiful hotel that used to be a Palace.
Unbeknownst to Miguel, the Viator tour description was slightly different than his tour, so when we asked about the Santa Maria Church we were supposed to go to, he called his company and confirmed that was in our description. So, he took us to the church, which was his first time there too, and because of his historical background, he explained the highlights of the church.
An additional positive for the tour company, Naturanda Turismo Ambiental, we signed up for a group tour, but my husband and I were the only ones that signed up for the trip but they did not cancel on us...we had a private tour at a group price!
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