The ruins of the Roman Theatre were uncovered from underground, at the steps of the Alcazaba. Perhaps the oldest monument in Malaga, the Roman theatre sits pretty in the cultural heart of the city. The site is accompanied by the Centro de Interpretacion (visitors centre) which teaches visitors about the history of the ruins and its subsequent excavation. The ruins are an excellent example of Roman influence in ancient times; the theatre was built in first century ad by Emperor Agustus and was in use till third century. In summers, the theatre hosts exciting open air performances.
Roman Theatre Travel Tips
- Take some time and enjoy the exhibits on display that include ancient Roman masks and other artefacts.
How to Reach Roman Theatre
- Nearest Bus Stop: Paseo del Parque (Plaza del General Torrijos): bus number 16, Paseo del Parque ( Ayuntamiento)( bus number 32,33,34,35)
- Garum Casual Restaurant
- El Vegetariano de Alcazabilla
- Cafeteria Teatro Romano
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12.7% of people who visit Malaga include Roman Theatre in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
37.29% of people start their Roman Theatre visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Roman Theatre
85.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Roman Theatre
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