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Roman Theatre

Calle Alcazabilla 8 | Al pie del monte Gibralfaro, junto a la Alcazaba, 2901 Malaga, Spain
+34 951 50 11 15
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Calle Alcazabilla 8 | Al pie del monte Gibralfaro, junto a la Alcazaba, 2901 Malaga, Spain
+34 951 50 11 15
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Just beside the Alcazaba which was built with a lot of material from the amphitheatre - looked at it for a few minutes, took photos & then moved on. Ruins can at times leave me cold - may be I should have spent some time...More

Thank Andrzej116
Reviewed 1 week ago

You cannot miss the Roman theatre and it is worth a look. We got to enter it as it was an integral part of the entry to the Gibralfaro and the Alcazaba but you could enter it in any case free of charge. It is...More

Thank SteveDeb1971
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After a visit to the Museo de Malaga, the Roman Amphitheatre is a good starting point to a walking historical tour of of the city. Dating back to 1AD, the theatre is best seen in its entirety from the Calle Alcazabilla looking up to the...More

Thank EdinbraJ
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just close to Alcazaba , a very old roman amphitheatre well built and just another building to remind us of Malaga's Rich History

Thank EAhmad73
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

One of the major highlights in Malaga, Spain. It was built in the first century B.C. and used until the third century A.D. After that, it remained hidden for 5 centuries. It located at the foot of the famous Alcazaba Fortress. We managed to see...More

Thank Madona0035
Reviewed 31 October 2017

Its a roman Amphitheatre that shows very little of the history of the place, Its a good place to rest plenty of seats !

Thank patsyno1
Reviewed 25 October 2017

Though the Roman’s ruled Spain for a long time, I did not see many old Roman ruins while visiting. It was nice to see that the ancient Roman theater survived in Malaga. It is still used today for performances. I only looked at the theater...More

Thank Tony R
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Although looking at it from the side versus actually going in is not much different, there is a free and nice museum to the left and the receptionists working inside were very nice. There is a video presentation that takes you back in time to...More

Thank Alyssa G
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Beautiful example of a Roman amphitheatre which I visited 24 years ago and it was derelict with mattresses and rubbish covering the area. What a transformation now the whole Roman area and the Moorish Alcazaba and Gibrilfaro have gone from near dereliction to glorious assets...More

Thank Bothydweller
Reviewed 22 October 2017

A truly amazing experience, the Roman amphitheatre is amazing, and you have the backdrop of the Alcazabar, a wonderful juxta position, have been back many times - wonderful.

Thank GILL G
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Lauren C
22 August 2017|
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Response from Bonitabeach33 | Reviewed this property |
No, you can just walk through the entryway and enjoy the history.