During the Roman Empire the use of the communications and documents system at the service of the emperor (cursus publicus), later extended to the circulation of people and official materials, required the possession of a diploma as a kind of passport. This document was sealed at each station or stop along the traveler’s route.
We want to recall this ancient way of travelling by issuing our own diploma certifying the visit of at least three of the villas integrated in our net Villas Romanas de Hispania. This document, truly a touristic safe-conduct, can be acquired at any of the sites or visitors centers of the net, where it will be also sealed. Once you get your diploma, you can go on with your trip, and if you wish, you can reach the title of Mecenas Villae Hispaniarum.