Located in El Populo, Teatro Romano is the second biggest Roman theater in the world.
In fact, the place was undiscovered until 1980 when a fire led to its discovery. The buildings built over the fortress are among the reasons the theater was a secret for so long. With excavations, a portion of the theater, which includes an interpretation center, has become public.
The theater would most likely not be fully excavated (at least in the foreseeable future) since there are more than a handful of buildings built over it. Irrespective, if you love history and happen to visit the El Populo neighbourhood, go grab some pictures of this historic theater.Places nearby:
Temple of Diana: A Classical Monument to the Goddess of the Hunt 0 km / 0 mi
La Giralda: Seville's Iconic Bell Tower 172 km / 107 mi
The Seville Cathedral: A Stunning Masterpiece 172 km / 107 mi
Torre del Oro: The 13th century watchtower of Seville turned to naval museum 173 km / 107 mi
The Alcazar of Seville: A Beautiful Royal Palace 173 km / 107 mi