This excursion is recommended for a more complete and more comfortable acquaintance with Seville. It includes the content of a walking tour and is expanded due to the use of transport. During this tour of Seville, accompanied by an official licensed guide, we are visiting the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929: pavilions of the participating countries, Spain Square, Maria Luisa Park, the former tobacco factory and the Palace of St. Telmo, the former Jewish Quarter, the Golden Tower, outside the cathedral - the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and the third Christian and the Alcazar - fortress, the current royal residence (outside), America Square, the bullfighting ring (without internal visit), the Guadalquivir river and bridges over the river, the international exhibition Expo of 1992 where we will speak about the Cartuja Monastery - the place of residence and temporary burial of Christopher Columbus, the perimeter of the historic center of the city (the 1st largest in Spain and the 3rd in Europe), the Basilica of Macarena, the parliament building (the former hospital of 5 ulcers) and the fortress wall of the Muslim times.
Highlights: Maria Luisa Park, Spain Square, the Palace of San Telmo, Santa Cruz, the Golden Tower, the Alcazar, America Square, the Guadalquivir river, the Cartuja Monastery.
Departure: daily. Includes: pick-up from your hotel in the city center, private guide and transportation. 1-4 people.