First we will visit one of the great archaeological finds of recent times. The Carthago Nova theater that was built at the end of the 1st century BC with a capacity for more than 6,000 spectators. Access to visit the theater is through the museum that houses the most important pieces of all those found in the excavations, and the visit culminates in the theater itself. You could also visit the majesty of this theater from an outside without having to go through the museum, and while the history of this monument is explained in detail we can take a classic cane / tapa as we do the autochthonous of the area. After visiting a site that allows you to visit a complete block of how it was part of this city of Cartago Nova, which houses the so-called Building of the Atrium, dedicated to the celebration of religious banquets, a hot springs with the arena, place where physical exercise was carried out, and several other rooms with an exceptional state of conservation of its walls, and the vestiges of pictorial decoration that are preserved there.This archaeological site of the old colony dates from the 1st century and is composed of a thermal ejo to which it is acceded by a monumental porticado space. The hot springs are a succession of cold, warm and warm rooms, the latter heated by ovens arranged next to the street that delimits the block, the remains of these ovens and the street can be visited in the Decumano, where the remains of a porticoed building of commercial character. PlanOut also offers the possibility of contemplating all this archaeological complex tasting a tapa or a classic paella, we could even include live music on a terrace located on top of the hill of the windmill that is located in the northern part of this apple.