Teatro Romano (Roman theater)
Teatro Romano (Roman theater) Review
Discovered in 1987, the Teatro Romano dates from the late 1st century BC. This impressive theater was built into the northern slopes of the Concepción Hill and could seat over 6,000 spectators. The museum displays the most important pieces found during the excavation.
- Address: Pl. Condesa Peralta s/n, Cartagena, 30202
- Phone: 968/525149
- Cost: €6
- Hours: May–Sept., Tues.–Sat. 10–8, Sun. 10–2; Oct.–April, Tues.–Sat. 10–6, Sun. 10–2
- Location: Cartagena