This route takes us along the ruins of Italica; the first city that was built by the Roman Empire and named after the Italian peninsula, the birthplace of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian.
After cycling through the center of Seville we continue our way along the river and through the parks, where we enjoy the natural beauty of our city. After that we visit the monastery of San Isidore del Campo and the Roman ruins.
In these ruins we carry on by foot to admire the amazing mosaics and sculptures which have been perfectly preserved. Epecially in the amphitheatre, one of the largest theatres in the entire Roman Empire, you can find some well kept pieces.