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Delving into life 2,000 years ago is easy in Sagunto. In the town that in 218 BC fought Rome and Carthage in the Second Punic War, vestiges prior to Hannibal’s siege are still visible.
However, what dazzles the visitor is the splendour it achieved in the subsequent reconstruction of the city and that left a rich city, with a sea port, spectacular civil works such as a Roman Theatre that continues to host performances, a circus, the Forum located in the Castle, an aqueduct, a bridge, well-kept roads and splendid villas; a town that at that time sought to imitate the reference metropolis of that empire and that has now been declared the Valencian Capital of Romanisation.Less