The dramatized visits to the archaeological site of Complutum have been extended until next December 14. The dramatized guided tours will be conducted in two passes on Saturdays at 11:30 and 12:30, are free and do not require pre-registration.
So, until December 14, Key Annius and Terentia Antilia, husbands and Roman citizens, will accompany the visitor through the city in the Alcalá año 55 d.C story, which explains its urbanism, history and even how they made samples crafts.
This opportunity offers the visitor to participate in a unique experience into the past through stories that give life to Romans, Visigoths and characters from other times.
The initiative, which combines playfulness with education, aims to give a boost to this enclave, and, in return, transmit to the highest number of visitors the important historical legacy that has led to the study of these fields.