This town in the province of Seville is located 30 kilometres from the capital, along the road that connects Seville with Cordoba. It is a town of great cultural legacy where numerous civilizations have passed, making it one of the most touristic cities of Spain.
Carmona's history dates back to the Neolithic, as the city tells its story from its profuse sites. The urban structure was largely inherited from the Roman period, with numerous monuments of this period, Carmona being a place where passed the famous Via Augusta.
You'll find numerous monuments like its walls of Roman origin, the Puerta de Sevilla, a great Roman necropolis.
Carmona has more than 500 archaeological sites within its boundaries; indicative of its ancient cultural heritage which makes it an interesting tourist destination.
The road route passes through the municipalities of Antequera, Estepa and Osuna until getting to Carmona. By car, the 195 kilometres journey lasts about 2 hours.
In the map below you can see the chosen route to go to Carmona in Seville: