What to see in Málaga: Roman Theater of Malaga

20 marzo, 2018

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If you’re seeking to visit Malaga,
you’re in luck. Today we suggest a perfect plan to visit the Roman Theatre. Only
in our beautiful and surprising Málaga can happen that when walking through the
center of the city we find a Roman Theater. So that you can enjoy the
Roman Theatre, Genteel Home offers you rental appartments in Malaga with the
greatest views.
 
What to see in Málaga
It is a building located on the slope of the Alcazaba and is perfectly preserved. It was created in the time of Emperor Augustus and consists of three parts: the grandstand, the stage and the semicircular space located between the grandstand and the stage. A perfect location where you will also be able to stay
in the best apartments in Malaga.
 
What to do in Málaga
The interpretation center offers us a panoramic view of the monument that we are going to visit, as well as the possibility of admiring archaeological ruins rescued and exposed. Its outer wall is adorned with fragments of the Lex Flavia Malacitana, the statute by means of which Malaga happened of federated city to Municipality of Latin right within Roman Empire. The set is of great Historical and cultural interest, currently hosting various shows inside.
 
A city full of history and charm
where, in order to explore every district and monument you’ll need to have a
chance to enjoy the best possibilities when it comes to
rental apartments in
Malaga
.
 

Where to sleep in Málaga

To enjoy the best views and greatest
experiences in Malaga you’ll probably be seeking to rent an apartment in Malaga
and Genteel Home offers you the best choices to make your visit to the Roman
Theatre and the city of Malaga as inviting as possibile.

Useful information to visit the Roman Theater of Malaga
Address: Calle Alcazabilla s / n
Phone: +34 951 501 115
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays and Holidays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Price: Free. More information in Junta de Andalucia website.