The ancient theater of Larissa is built on the south side of the hill fortress of the third century BC, when ancient fortified citadel dominating the town, is one of the most important and biggest theaters of the period. Besides its use for staging plays and used for public assemblies of the Thessalians. During the Roman period became an arena, and has been a transfer of the theatrical events of the Second City theater. The excavations brought to light in the mid 90s. Is capacity of 12,000 seats.