Vesontio : De l’oppidum séquane à la capitale romaine

From the amphitheatre to the Black Gate, discover the ancient city and let yourself be carried away by the Mediterranean sounds of the group Kalarash.
Oppidum of the Sequans, Vesontio is celebrated by Julius Caesar in “Commentaries on the Gallic War”. The exceptional defensive site in which the Gallic city developed attracted the attention of the great strategist.
The city of Seville, sheltered by its rampart, occupied the whole of the Loop with organised districts and streets lined with timber-framed buildings. In the second half of the 1st century A.D., Romanisation accelerated, Vesontio changed its face, the implementation of a programme of monumental public buildings and the restructuring of traffic routes, will stimulate private construction.
Price: 12€. Reduced: 9€ for students, under 18s, member associations, disabled people; 4€ for under 12s and job seekers.
Reservations required at the Tourist Office (limited capacity) online or at the ticket office. No ticket purchase from the guide.

Vesontio : De l’oppidum séquane à la capitale romaine
Place Marulaz
BESANCON
03.81.80.92.55
contact@besancon-tourisme.com
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