The ruins of what used to be a Roman town for soldiers, are free to visit, and there's not really a reason to charge people for it. Although, the theatre, the thermae and what probably was the commercial district or a part of the town with flats, are certainly worth a visit, the authorities should invest a little to improve the paths, and do some restauration to make the site a little more instructive. It now looks like they once started this but then abandoned their efforts halfway. A pity, but since it's free, you could go and have a look (and you'll pass at least 6 or 7 bodegas on your way up)
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