The emblem of Merida's heritage.
The theatre’s location was chosen to ensure the best possible acoustics for the audiences.
It can seat up to 3,000 people and stands on the hill of San Albín, where the slope improves the building’s acoustics. It was built by General Agrippa in the year 16 or 15 B.C. The stage has three access doors, and the podium is over two and a half metres high.
Mérida Roman Amphitheatre
The gladiatorial contests took place on the amphitheatre’s arena.
National Museum of Roman Art
The museum is close to the city's Roman theatre and amphitheatre.
Los Columbarios Funeral Site
They are two open cremation tombs belonging to two important…
Roman Temple to Diana
An enormous building that is probably one of the most majestic of…
Monument to Santa Eulalia
The monument lies in the middle of the square and was built in…
Santa Eulalia Basilica
Is built on the site of the 4th century basilica destroyed by the…