Seville Excursions & Tours - Admire the Gothic-Mudejar art of the Alcazar of Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Explore the beautiful and fascinating Alcazar Palace and discover the history of a whole city hidden within its walls and gardens. Seville has been ruled and presided over by a variety of different Empires and cultures and each left its own distinctive mark on the city’s most famous palace. On this guided tour you will learn all about the influence of the Arabic, Moorish Mudejar, Gothic and Christian rulers on the Andalusian capital as you tour the spectacular exterior and the intricate interior of the Alcazar.
Begin your tour by taking in the towers, spires, walls and gardens of the palace’s exterior. Work your way from the Palace Courthouse and the Plaster Courtyard to the Labyrinth, Pavilion of Carlos V and the beautiful Courtyard del Crucero. Walk through the lush palace gardens with their rows of green hedges interspersed with towering palm trees before heading inside the palace itself.
Take in the renowned Hall of Tapestries as your guide explains the significance of the stories portrayed in each one. Tour the Courtyard of the Maidens, the Royal Bedroom, the Baths of Doña María de Padilla and the Hall of Ambassadors to get a feel for the luxury and opulence that successive rulers enjoyed in this palace. The palace’s distinct appearance and stunning features have led many film and TV directors to choose it as a location for their productions including Ridley Scott’s Kingdom of Heaven and series 5 of the TV show Game of Thrones. Visit the backdrop to these epic storylines and put yourself in the position of the main characters that stood within these very walls.
Meeting/pick-up point: Imaculada monument, next to the Cathedral.
Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Start/opening time: From September to July: Monday to Saturday at 10am and 3pm. From July to August: Monday to Saturday at 10am.

Available from 2 January 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Behind the Scenes Seville Cathedral Tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Visit one of the most impressive sacred sites on this behind the scenes tour!
Located in Seville, Spain, this is the largest gothic cathedral in the world. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. Among the many Spanish cathedrals, the Seville Cathedral is a true national treasure.
Legend has it that its construction began in the early 15th century. The cathedral was built over the space where the Aljama Mosque once stood, destroyed when the city was re-conquered by the Christians. The huge interior of the cathedral, with a central nave and four side aisles, is lavishly decorated, but at the same time, there is a sense of overall simplicity and restraint in decoration. This cathedral is home to the largest and richest altarpiece in the world.
Don’t miss the keys presented to Fernando by the Jewish and Moorish communities on the surrender of the city. The side walls of the Seville Cathedral are lined with chapels dedicated to the many saints and other important figures in the history of the Spanish cathedral
It is also noteworthy to mention the Span- ish cathedral’s magnificent and priceless col- lection of beautiful stained-glass windows.
Another highlight of this visit is the entrance to the wonderful Moorish minaret, La Giralda, which now functions as the cathedral’s belltower. It is well worth climbing to the top.
Meeting/pick-up point: Under La Giralda (Plaza Virgen de los Reyes). Av. de la Constitución, s/n.
Duration: 1.5 hours.
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Languages: English

Available from 2 January 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Behind the Scenes to Alcázar de Seville Tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Don’t miss the chance of meeting the Alcazar of Seville. This is one of the most representative monumental compounds in the city, the country and the Mediterranean culture as a whole.
This behind the scenes tour will let you learn all about the historical evolution of the city and its importance as a religious, historical and cultural place. The last millennium is held within its walls and gardens, joining influences starting from the Arabic period, late Middle Ages Mudejar right through to the Renaissance, Baroque and the XIX century. The declaration of the place as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987 acknowl- edged the survival of cultures and civilizations as a harmonic whole.
With this tour, you will get to know the unique surroundings of this place with a complete and detailed explanation on them, accompanied by a private guide. You’ll get acquainted with the legendary al-Mutamid, the XI century monarch and poet from Seville, and some of the characters that illuminated modern-day Spain around 1812. Take a look at the luscious architecture of the place, and let your guide tell you all about the mixture of Arabic and European cultures!
This is one of the most visited complexes in the world. Don’t miss this opportunity and meet the most unusual combination of culture, religion and history.
Duration: 1 hour and a half.
Start/opening time: 9:15am.
-End/closing time: 10:45am.
Languages: English.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Bullring and bullfighting Real Maestranza museum tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Seville is one of the most important homes of bullfighting and the Real Maestranza Bullring can be said to be one of its main temples. In this guided tour you'll learn all about this noble art and its history in the city of Seville. Visit the arena itself, as well the Bullfighters' Chapel, the Stables and the Bullfighting Museum. Admire the massive collection of bullfighter's suits and capes as well as posters and a large number of paintings.
This famous bullring dates back to 1749 and is now one of the city's most visited tourist attractions. It's built in the city's typical Baroque style. You'll enter the arena through the famous Prince's Gate – you won't fail to be impressed by the sensation of open space, of the air of the pastures of where the bulls are raised. Admire the beautiful ceramics, statues and the impressive Royal Box, only to be used by members of the Spanish Royal Family.
Then we'll tour the bullfighting museum with its extensive collection of bullfighting prints and paintings. The Paintings Room contains a collection of oil paintings from the 18th, 19th, and 20th Centuries. Scenes in the countryside and in the bullring, bullfighters and personalities connected with the bullfighting world are captured in works by Gutiérrez de la Vega, Eugenio Lucas, José Elbo, Joaquín and Valeriano Domínguez Bécquer, José Jiménez Aranda, Horace Vernet, John Philip and Nicolás Ruiz de Valdivia, among others.
We'll also visit the splendid stables and perhaps the highlight of the visit, the poignant Bullfighters' Chapel, dominated by an altarpiece of the Virgen de Nuestra Señora de la Caridad, object of great devotion of the matadors and to whom they have made numerous votive offerings.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Real Maestranza de Caballería. Paseo de Colón, 12.
Duration: 25-30 minutes.
Start or opening time: 9.30 am
End or closing time: May - October 8 pm, and from November - April 7 pm.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Convents route in Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: A popular saying has it that only Rome has more convents than Seville, where generations of nuns have led secluded lives of prayer and meditation, hidden from the eyes of the world outside behind high walls. This intriguing two-hour walking tour visits two famous convents, allowing you discover their secrets.
Begin with a visit to the Convent of Santa Paula, a vast complex dating from 1483, which contains elements of Gothic, Mudejar and Renaissance styles although the main altarpiece is Baroque. You will have time to explore the peaceful cloisters where time seems to have stood still.
Continue to the imposing 16th century convent of La Madre de Dios, which is located in the former Jewish district of San Bartolome. It boasts a magnificent main gate, a charmingly simple church and is renowned for its choir. We will also visit the cloisters and the old vegetable gardens.
Due to the fact that the convents are often closed due to the nuns' spiritual exercises, there may instead be a visit the Capuchin Convent of Santa Rosalia, which dates from the early 18th century. It is a particular object of devotion among locals due to its ceremony of the Dormition of the Virgin every August, attracting thousands of the faithful.
Start time:11.30am
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Please call your provider to reconfirm the final day and schedule.

Available September 2017 - June 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Cordoba Tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: During your visit to Seville, don’t miss the chance to visit Corboda. Visit one of the cities with more history of the Iberian Peninsula. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the Mosque and Cathedral of Cordoba, its Roman bridge or its wonderful courtyards filled with light and color. Get to know Mosque -Cathedral of Cordoba. This is the most important monument of all the Western Islamic world, and one of the most amazing in the world.
The evolution of the “Omeya” style in Spain is resumed in the history of the Mosque of Cordoba, as well as other styles such as the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque of the Christian architecture.
You will also have the chance to walk through the Calleja de Las Flores. This small narrow street adorned with colorful pots and a couple of stone arches is very popular by tourists, as the beautiful image that is obtained from the tower of the cathedral jutting between the walls from the square. Finally, you will visit the Imposing Roman bridge of Cordoba, also known as old bridge, this was the rst one that crossed the river Guadalquivir in thiscity constructed in century I A. C.
Meeting/pick-up point: Main Entrance to St. Telmo's Palace, Avenida Roma.
Duration: 10 hours.
Start/opening time: 6:50am.
End/closing time: 4:50pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.

Available until 28 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Cordoba tour from Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Let yourself be seduced by the Andalusian charm of Cordoba on this day trip from Seville. This magical ancient city was once the capital of Moorish Spain for over three centuries, ruling over an Empire that stretched from the Atlantic to the Persian Gulf. Visit he city's many attractive monument in the company of your knowledgeable local guide and discover a maze of narrow streets, quiet alleys, sunny plazas and whitewashed courtyards, presided over the the impressive Great Mosque, a masterpiece of mediaeval Islamic architecture.
After an early start from Seville we'll start by exploring the majestic Alcalzar del los Reyes Cristianos, a mediaeval Islamic Fortress, then occupied by the Catholic Kings of Spain. Next stop is the impressive Great Mosque, a spectacular testimony to the age of the Caliphate.
Then it's time to head for the Juderia, the mediaeval Jewish Quarter, a vibrant neighbourhood, packed with small shops, hole in the wall bars and great restaurant. We'll stroll down the Callejon de las Flores, a fiesta for the senses as we come onto the Plaza of Gran Maimonedes where we’ll visit the city's ancient synagogue, dating from 1315.
Now you'll have some time to explore the city for yourself. You can go shopping, sit back on a pavement café and watch the world go by or maybe try some wonderful Cordobese cooking. The area is packed with tapas bars as well as some great restaurants.
Meeting/ Pick up point: To be determined by agency.
Duration: 9 hours.
Start or opening time: 8.15am 8.45am.
Languages: Spanish, English and French speaking guide.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up between 8:00 and 8:45hrs from hotels in the centre of Seville or at the meeting point indicated when making the reservation.
Duration: 9 hours
Start/opening time: From 8.15am to 8.45am .
Languages: Available in Spanish, English and French.
Others: Please reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Delve into the history of the Cartuja of Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Join this lovely tour and delve into the varied past of the distinctive honey-coloured stone Cartuja de Sevilla (“The Charterhouse”). As you pass through the imposing gates of this former monastery, the history of days gone by will unfold before your eyes. Legend tells that during Moorish times clay was extracted from many caves and tunnels until the Virgin of the Caves appeared to the workers. A shrine was built in her honour and later in the 14th century the Franciscan Monks constructed the monastery we see today. You can admire the beautiful domed church and its many chapels and then take time to wander around the lake and pretty walled garden filled with orange groves and fruit trees and hear how Christopher Columbus stayed here to plan his second voyage of discovery. Learn about how the Monks were sacked from the monastery during the Napoleonic wars, but later returned again. The turbulent history moves forward to 1840 and the now abandoned monastery was bought by the Englishman Carlos Pickard. He converted the monastery into the world famous Catruja ceramics factory, which produced fine porcelain and ceramics during the 19th and 20th centuries. The ceramics factory has now been moved and the Cartuja became the home for Expo 92, in celebration of the 500th anniversary of Columbus’ first voyage.
Finally relax and reflect on your visit while you enjoy some light refreshment in the delight cafe along the lakeside.
Meeting/pick-up point: Main entrance of the monastery, avda. Americo Vespuccio, s/n.
Duration: Three hours.
Start/opening time: Friday at 5pm. Saturday at 11am and 5pm. Sunday at 11am.
Languages: Spanish.

Available from 1 September 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Discover Seville's Jewish and Islamic legacy
Seville Excursions & Tours: Discover the influence and legacy that rulers of different cultures and faiths left on the city of Seville as you explore the Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz and tour the iconic landmarks left behind by Moorish Muslims. Head to the heart of Seville and enjoy a guided tour of its most vibrant, historic and picturesque district, Santa Cruz. Formerly the city’s Jewish quarter, the neighbourhood maintains its mysterious and romantic aura through its beautiful old streets and the fascinating stories to be found at every turn. Then take in the magnificent Alcazar Palace with its beautiful Gothic-Moorish courtyards and minarets and Seville’s vast cathedral itself.
Wander down the colourful streets of Santa Cruz and listen carefully as your guide explains the area’s history as a Jewish ghetto. Following Ferdinand III’s conquest of Seville from its Muslim rulers, every Jewish person in the city was forced to relocate to this area with strict curfews enforced. Learn the many stories and legends from this time period as you visit its most historic and picturesque streets. Stop off at Santa Cruz Square to admire the fountain and the outdoor cafés that buzz with activity and wander down the narrow alleys of Santa Teresa Street as you are transported back in time to the 17th century and the founding of this Jewish Quarter.
Then head to the spectacular Alcazar Palace to marvel at the stunning Moorish gardens and extravagant interior of this former imperial residence. Take in the Courtyard of Flags, the Royal Chambers and the incredibly valuable Archive of the Indies as you learn about Seville’s Islamic legacy. The tour will also take you to the place of Christopher Columbus and officially the largest cathedral in the world.
Meeting/pick-up point: Inmaculada Monument, next to the Cathedral.
Duration: Two hours and 15 minutes.
Start/opening time: October to March: At 10am and 3pm. April, May, June and September: at 10am and 4pm. July and August: 10am.
Languages: English and Spanish. Other languages upon consultation.

Seville Excursions & Tours - Discover the Medieval Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Join this fascinating tour of mediaeval Seville and feel as if you have stepped into a time machine as you explore the many beautiful landmarks that date back to many long gone ages of this city’s history. Seville is an inextricable mix of the legacies of all its different rulers, from its Moorish past to its Catholic years. On this tour you will be able to learn about all the different cultures and ethnicities that governed or simply inhabited this fabulous city over time.
On the one hand, you will be able to scour the surroundings of the breath-taking Cathedral and the Real Alcazar, two of Seville’s most iconic landmarks. You will also get to know the mythical Santa Cruz Quarter, one of the most charming areas of the city, known historically for being Seville’s Jewish quarter. With its narrow streets and romantic squares, it in in this amazing neighbourhood that you will learn all sorts of interesting stories and legends about its former Jewish inhabitants and discover the legacies of this community that have endured over time even after being expelled from Spain in the Catholic cleansing of 1492.
You will also explore some of the most renowned Moorish streets, filled with mesmerizing arabesque architecture. And to top it all off you will discover the legacy left behind by the Catholic ruling of this city, most notably the Cathedral, the Alcazar’s Courtyard of Flags and much more. Join us and delve into the history of Seville.
Meeting/pick-up point: Inmaculada monument in Plaza del Triunfo, near to the Catedral.
Duration: One and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: Between November and March, at 11am and at 4pm. Between April and October, at 11am and at 6pm. July and August, at 11am.
Languages: Spanish and English. For other languages, please check availability.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Discover the city of Italica and the monastery of San Isidoro del Campo
Seville Excursions & Tours: We will start our journey in Seville and we will visit the ruins of this imperial city. The city of Italica was founded in 206 BC by the Roman general Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus in order to settle Roman soldiers wounded in the Battle of Ilipa, where the Carthaginian army was defeated during the Second Punic War.
The name Italica bound the colonia to their Italian origins. Italica was the birthplace of the Roman emperor Trajan. Hadrian was generous to his settled town, which he made a colonia; he added temples, including a Trajaneum venerating Trajan, and rebuilt public buildings. Italica’s amphitheater seated 25,000 spectators—half as many as the Flavian Amphitheatre in Rome— and was the third largest in the Roman Empire. The city's Roman population at the time is estimated to have been only 8000. The games and theatrical performances funded by the local aristocracy, who filled the positions of magistrate, were a means of establishing status: the size of the amphitheater shows that the local elite was maintaining status that extended far beyond Italica itself.
The modern town of Santiponce overlies the "old city" of Republican times founded by Scipio and the pre-Roman Iberian city. The well-preserved city of ruins seen today is the nova urbs magnificently laid out under Hadrian's patronage. A shift of the Guadalquivir River bed, probably due to siltation— a widespread problem in antiquity that followed removal of the forest cover—left Italica isolated, high and dry. The city started to dwindle as early as the 3rd century. Later Seville grew nearby, and no modern city covered most of Italica's foundations. The result is an unusually well-preserved Roman city of Hispania Baetica, and unexpected riches in the Museo Arqueologico of Seville, with its famous marble colossus of Trajan. In Italica, cobbled Roman streets are visible, and mosaic floors still in situ. The excavation of Italica began in 1781 and continues.
After this, we will discover the medieval monastery (San Isodoro del Campo) and visit the interiors, explaining the legends and history of this beautiful place, built in 1301. First roman city founded out of Italy/ The third biggest amphiteather in the world/ The oldest medieval monastery in the south of Spain.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotel.
Duration: Four hours.
Start/opening time: Wednesday to Sunday at 9.30am.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Tour not available on Monday and Tuesday. Entry to Italica and Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo included.

Seville Excursions & Tours - Discover the wonderful Santa Cruz Quarter, the old Jewish quarter.
Seville Excursions & Tours: Head to the heart of Seville and tour its most vibrant, historic and picturesque district, Santa Cruz. Formerly the city’s Jewish quarter, the neighbourhood maintains its mysterious and romantic aura through its beautiful old streets and the fascinating stories to be found at every turn. This guided tour will immerse you in the history and culture of Santa Cruz, taking you inside its most important landmarks such as its Gothic Cathedral with its spectacular Giralda bell tower and the famous Courtyard of Flags.
Begin your tour with a visit to Seville’s iconic Cathedral, known as Santa Maria de la Sede. Officially the largest Cathedral in the world and the burial site of Christopher Columbus, your guide will lead you around the exterior of this enormous Gothic church before heading inside to appreciate the interior. Then proceed to the Alcazar Palace to take in the Courtyard of Flags from which you will access the Santa Cruz Jewish Quarter of the city.
Listen carefully as your guide explains the area’s history as a Jewish ghetto and how every Jewish person in the city was forced to relocate here after Ferdinand III conquered Seville from Muslim rule. Learn the many stories and legends from this time period as you visit its most historic and picturesque streets. Stop off at Santa Cruz Square to admire the fountain and the outdoor cafés that buzz with activity and wander down the narrow alleys of Santa Teresa Street as you are transported back in time to the 17th century and the founding of this Jewish Quarter.
Meeting/pick-up point: At the Inmaculada monument, close to the Cathedral.
Duration: Two hours and 15 minutes.
Start/opening time: Between September and June, from Monday to Saturday at 11am and 3pm; on Sundays at 3pm.
July and August, from Monday to Saturday at 11am.

Seville Excursions & Tours - Discover the wonders of Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Take a delightful stroll through the Maria Luisa Park and discover the lush green heart of Seville. Your local guide will lead you expertly through this beautiful centrepiece of the city, originally part of the gardens of The San Telmo Palace and donated to the people by the Duchess of Mont Pensier, the Infanta Luis Fernanda back in 1893. The gardens were remodelled in 1911 and work began in 1914 to create a place to host the Hispano-American Exhibition of 1924.
As you walk through the park among the fragrant Mediterranean pines, gently swaying palm trees and orange groves you will encounter wonderful lakes, fountains and architectural wonders. See the famous Fuente de los Leones (“Lion’s Fountain”) and the Water Lily pond. Your guide will explain the stories behind the many pavilions such as the Royal Pavilion built for the exhibition and the majestic memorials to the 17th century poet Gustavo Adolfo Becquer and in Plaza America the memorial to Spain’s most famous author Miguel Cervantes. This stunningly beautiful Square is also known as El Parque de las Palomas (“Park of Doves”) because many doves make their home here. Linger around the magnificent Plaza Espana, the crescent shaped square with its many tiled alcoves, each one representing a different province of Spain, and most famously used as film location for Lawrence of Arabia and Star Wars Episode 2 – The Attack of the Clones. Finally don’t miss visiting the Archaeological Museum, formerly the Pavilion of Fine Arts and now considered the best of its kind in Spain.
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Location
Starting point:
Av. de María Luisa, s/n, - 41013 - Seville - ES
End point: Same as starting point
Schedule
Opening dates
01/04/2017 - 31/10/2017, Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 18:00 - 19:15
01/04/2017 - 31/10/2017, Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 11:00 - 12:15
01/11/2017 - 31/03/2018, Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 11:00 - 12:15
01/11/2017 - 31/03/2018, Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 16:00 - 17:15
01/07/2018 - 31/08/2018, Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday, 11:00 - 12:15
Duration: 45 Minutes
Guiding options
Guiding type: Guide
Group type: Shared

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Doñana Natural and National Park Tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Experience the essence of nature in the inspiring setting of the Doñana Natural and National Park, centred on the precious eco-system of the River Guadalquivir. This is a habitat where birds, animals, fish and humans coexist in a vast space made up of forests, meadows, dunes marshes and lagoons as well as the holy hamlet of El Rocio. Doñana is both a Unesco World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve.
Leaving Seville, stop for breakfast at Coria del Rio before continuing to the marshes to marvel as birds freely fly over the wilderness. These wetlands are home to hundreds of thousands of birds, made up from more than 300 species. Visit El Rocio, the unusual village centred on a shrine devoted to Our Lady in the middle of the park.
Burn the calories away with a stroll on a 30km-long virgin beach or visit the park’s interpretative centre. Cap off this truly memorable day by savouring a local wine in a typical wine cellar.
There are also a number of other possible activities: a visit to the Roman ruins of Italica; a wildlife trek; a guided tour of El Rocio; an ethnographic tour; a tour of Acebron Palace; a visit to an ornithological centre; and tastings of local products. Ecotourism activities include routes themed on mushrooms, birds, geology and botany.
Meeting point: Hotel pick-up or pre-arranged locations at agreed times. Tours last about 10 hours.
Other information: Optional extras (not included in the price) include a 90-minute horseback tour, stays in rural accommodation, kayaking and mountain bike tours and a camel ride. Tour includes a 4x4 tour of the park (with guaranteed animal observation) and a guide.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Don Juan Tenorio's Seville tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: The mythological figure of Don Juan is so universal that his origins have become obscured but nowhere has a better claim than Seville, where the first written story of the legendary libertine was set in the 14th century. Being Spain, there are two versions of Don Juan: one a lustful Lothario; the other a loveable rogue. Sevillians prefer the latter, known as Don Juan Tenorio. This two-hour walking tour follows in the footsteps of the devilish seducer through the streets of the city to find out more about this fascinating character.
The tour starts at the gates of the Hospital de Caridad, birthplace of the mythical Don Miguel de Mañara who inspired playwright Jose Zorrilla to develop the character of Don Juan Tenorio. The route takes you to the romantic scenarios where the story of Don Juan Tenorio unfolds. His home in the Plaza San Leandro, the Hosteria del Laurel in la Plaza de los Venerables, the house of Doña Ana de Pantoja in Plaza de la Alianza and the tomb of the Tenorios in Plaza Nueva, where the tour ends. Learn how Tenorio is much more than a fictional character – see how his memory lives on the streets of the city where he lived and loved, and where he has become as much a symbol of Seville as the very Giralda itself.
Meeting/ Pick-up point: By the Caridad hospital door (Hospital de la Caridad).
Start/opening time: 11.30am on Saturday.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: Entrance to the Hospital de la Caridad is not included.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Easy-going bike tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Saddle up and see the main attractions of Seville in this fun and easy-going cycle tour. You'll get to see all the most important sights as well as some well-kept secrets that don't appear in the guide books. Your friendly and knowledgeable local guide will share the low own with you on the myths, legends and stories behind some of these magical sites. You'll also get insider information on the best places to eat, drink and party during your stay in Seville.
The tour starts at the magnificent 12th century Moorish watchtower, the Torre del Oro. From there we'll cross the Guadalquivir River into the beautiful old quarter of Triana with its whitewashed houses and colourful window boxes. We'll visit the Church of Santa Ana and the Castle of San Jorge before we cross the river again and scoot through the city centre. Some of the attractions we'll visit here include the Palace of San Telmo, the University, the magnificent Cathedral, the impressive Alcazar and the former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz. Then, after a relaxing spin through the beautiful Maria Luisa Park, we'll return to our starting point at the Torre del Oro.
Meeting point: Calle Santas Patronas 29, at 9:45am.
Duration: 2.5 hours approximately.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Others: All tours include guide, bike, water bottle, photo session and insurance.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Evening tour in the Santa Cruz area
Seville Excursions & Tours: With temperatures often hitting 40C in the summer, the coolest way to see Seville is without a doubt at night. This literary-historical two-hour walking tour of the historic Santa Cruz district starts at 9pm, which should be mild enough. As you explore the narrow streets and picturesque plazas of what was for centuries the city’s Jewish quarter, you will be regaled by verses penned by the poets most closely associated with the Andalusian capital.
Like the rest of the city, Santa Cruz, which means Holy Cross, has had its ups and downs. Following the expulsion of the Jews in 1492, the district entered a period a period of declines, which allowed it to preserve much of its medieval layout and architecture. As a result, it is a warren of whitewashed lanes, alleys, archways and patios, meaning Santa Cruz is redolent of old Seville.
As the tour winds itself from the Plaza de la Virgen de los Reyes, site of the Giralda, to the Patio de las Banderas – which has gorgeous views of the belfry – listen to verses from poets such as Becquer, Machado and Aleixandre. This is a tour in which the exuberant guide is part of the experience as you will discover. Continue on to some of the most popular squares in the quarter, Plaza de los Venerables, Plaza de Santa Cruz, Plaza de Doña Elvira, and walk in the shadow of the old walls. Pause occasionally to hear the stories behind some of the statues and memorials in the area such as those dedicated to Don Juan Tenorio and Washington Irving.
Meeting point: Entrance Archbishop’s Palace. Plaza Virgen de los Reyes.
Start/opening time: At 9pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Fascinating Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Uncover fascinating Seville in this full-day tour in the company of a knowledgeable local guide. Visit the Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz, the impressive Real Alcazar, the massive cathedral and its Giralda, the Plaza de España, the Real Maestranza bullring, the Basilica of La Macarena and to top it all, a relaxing river cruise down the Guadalquivir.
Start off in Santa Cruz, the former Jewish Quarter. Wander through this maze of narrow streets, cool alleys and sunny plazas leading to the gorgeous Plaza de los Venerables with its beautifully restored 17th century hospital.
Next we'll continue the sightseeing tour with a visit to Real Alcazar, a splendid palace built in the Mudejar style by Pedro I in the 14th century. We'll also stop to admire the cathedral, which is the final resting place of Christopher Colombus.
In the city centre, we'll pass by the university, which was the once a vast tobacco factory, the Palace of San Telmo, the Torre del Oro, the Bridge of Isabel II and the Basilica of la Macarena. Then you'll have free time to make your own arrangements for lunch.
In the afternoon, we'll visit the fascinating Bullfighting Museum at the Real Maestranza with its collection of bullfighting memorabilia and oil paintings. Enjoy a tour of the popular neighbourhood of Triana, traditional home to bullfighters, seafarers and potters, and a renowned stronghold of flamenco before boarding a river cruiser for a wonderful boat trip down the Guadalquivir.
Meeting/ Pick-up point: Hotel pick-up. In the case that this is not possible, an alternative meeting point will be decided between 24 and 48 hours beforehand.
Duration: Seven hours.
Start/opening time: Between 9.15am and 9.45 am.
Not included: Admission.
Others: The customer must reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 28 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Fascinating Seville with tickets
Seville Excursions & Tours: Uncover fascinating Seville in this full-day tour in the company of a knowledgeable local guide. Visit the Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz, the impressive Real Alcazar, the massive cathedral and its Giralda, the Plaza de España, the Real Maestranza bullring, the Basilica of La Macarena and to top it all, a relaxing river cruise down the Guadalquivir.
Start off in Santa Cruz, the former Jewish Quarter. Wander through this maze of narrow streets, cool alleys and sunny plazas leading to the gorgeous Plaza de los Venerables with its beautifully restored 17th century hospital.
Next we'll continue the sightseeing tour with a visit to Real Alcazar, a splendid palace built in the Mudejar style by Pedro I in the 14th century. We'll also stop to admire the cathedral, which is the final resting place of Christopher Colombus.
In the city centre, we'll pass by the university, which was the once a vast tobacco factory, the Palace of San Telmo, the Torre del Oro, the Bridge of Isabel II and the Basilica of la Macarena. Then you'll have free time to make your own arrangements for lunch.
In the afternoon, we'll visit the fascinating Bullfighting Museum at the Real Maestranza with its collection of bullfighting memorabilia and oil paintings. Enjoy a tour of the popular neighbourhood of Triana, traditional home to bullfighters, seafarers and potters, and a renowned stronghold of flamenco before boarding a river cruiser for a wonderful boat trip down the Guadalquivir.
Meeting/ Pick-up point: Hotel main entrance.
Duration: Seven hours.
Start/opening time: Between 9.15am and 9.45 am.
Others: Please reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process. Unfortunately, there will be no visits to the cathedral on Sundays, however, it will be substituted with another monument.

Available until 28 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Granada Tour from Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Granada is one of the world's most beautiful cities and a must see for anybody visiting the South of Spain. Learn how the different civilisations passing through Andalusia have left a cultural legacy that is a marvel of the world. Visit the Alhambra, the jewel in the crown of this beautiful city, nestling at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and you'll understand why the last Moorish king cried for this lost city when it was conquered by the Catholic armies in the fateful year of 1492.
This day trip from Seville includes a visit to the Alhambra Palace complex with its many palaces, grand halls, sumptuously decorated chambers and exquisite gardens. Then follow your guide through the beautiful Generalife Gardens, a lush paradise packed with fountains, flowers and secluded shady patios.
Then at the end of the tour you will have plenty of time to relax in Granada or explore this most magical of cities for yourself before catching the coach back to Seville.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Pick-up at your hotel in Seville city center between 06:15am and 06:45am.
Duration: 12 hours.
Start or opening time: 6.30 to 7am.
Languages: Spanish, English and French speaking guide.
Others: Please reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Guadalquivir river eco-cruise
Seville Excursions & Tours: Join us and sail down the Guadalquivir with this peaceful river cruise. Discover the main sights of this romantic city aboard an ecologically friendly river cruiser. A unique fleet of craft runs on electric propulsion engines, which this means 0% carbon emissions, no pollution for the river and a cruise with no noise or annoying vibrations. Enjoy a glass of wine as you watch the riverside scenery glide during this one-hour experience.
This river cruise is unique in Spain - just sit back and relax as you enjoy the exclusive service in the incomparable setting of the historic River Guadalquivir. Not only do we offer you silent, gentle and ecologically friendly river cruises, we have paid great attention to every detail with a series of onboard services including wine and liqueur tasting making every cruise unforgettable.
The cruise itself takes around an hour. We leave from the Rio Grande wharf, close by the Plaza de Cuba but if you wish a guide will accompany you from the information point near the Torre del Oro. We'll cruise downstream passing beneath some of Seville's famous bridges, including the Puente de Triana, the Puente del Cahorro and the Puente del Alamillo, before sailing upstream on the opposite bank, passing the famous Real Maestranza bullring, the brand new Opera House and the Torre del Oro.
Start/opening time: April, May, June and October: From 10am to 8pm. July, August and September: From 10am to 2pm and 6pm to 9pm. November, December, January, February and March: From 10am to 5pm.
Frequency: Approximately every 60 minutes.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Hard Rock Cafe Sevilla
Seville Excursions & Tours: Having wowed fans in London and entertained the masses in New York City, the world-famous Hard Rock Cafe is now taking Spain by storm with its debut in Seville. Located in the heart of the city across the road from the iconic Hotel Alfonso Xlll, and within walking distance of the Cathedral, the Royal Alcazar, the Golden Tower, the University of Seville, and Plaza de España, this brand-new, state-of-the-art location features a one-of-a-kind blend of music & entertainment and authentic homemade cuisine.
Bringing Legendary Flavor to Spain
Guests of Hard Rock Cafe Seville can enjoy fresh, high-quality items including one of the best Burgers in Seville - the Andalucian Burger as well as favorites like slowly cooked ribs and grilled-to-perfection chicken. In addition to its food, Hard Rock Cafe’s extensive drinks menu includes Hurricanes, Margaritas, signature favorites, and Alternative Rock (alcohol-free) beverages, all available in Hard Rock collectible glassware.
A Culture like No Other
Hard Rock Cafe Seville is located in a beautiful building that was constructed with historical values in mind. The multi-level Cafe includes indoor seating over two floors, an upscale vibrant atrium bar and a Rock Shop. Taking inspiration from local architecture, using traditional Sevillian materials and finishes throughout the design, the highlights are its prominent arches, compelling ceramic tiles and wooden fixtures.
The memorabilia from music’s most famous musicians includes new, old and local artists, such as Whitney Houston’s gown from her personal wardrobe; a Takamine acoustic guitar from Jarabe de Palo; a Drum kit from Matt Sorum, Guns N’ Roses; a Yamaha BB300 bass used by members of the Smashing Pumpkins; an outfit worn by Shakira during the 2010 NBA All-Star game; an acoustic guitar played and signed by Legendary Irish rockers The Script and many more other exclusive items.
Be sure to take some time after your meal to peruse the extensive memorabilia collection and to stop into The Rock Shop for a memento of your trip to Hard Rock Cafe Seville.
VINYL MENU
Choice Of Main Course:
Hard Rock Burger
Hard Rock Cheeseburger
Veggie Burger
Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwich
Choice Of Beverage:
Soft drink, coffee or tea
Dessert:
Signature Ice Cream
All main courses served with either fries or a side salad
GOLD MENU
Choice Of Main Course:
Legendary Burger
Veggie Leggie Burger
Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwich
Chicken Caesar Salad
Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta
Dessert:
Signature Ice Cream
Choice Of Beverage:
Soft drink, coffee or tea
DIAMOND MENU
Choice of Starter:
Lil Chef Salad
Lil Bruschetta
Choice Of Main Course:
Legendary Burger
Veggie Leggie Burger
Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Que Ribs
Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Que Chicken
Chicken Caesar Salad
Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta
Dessert:
Bakers Choice
Choice Of Beverage:
Soft drink, coffee or tea
PLATINUM MENU
Choice of Starter:
Lil Chef Salad
Lil Bruschetta
Choice Of Main Course:
Legendary Burger
Veggie Leggie Burger
Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Que Ribs
Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Que Chicken
New York Strip Steak
Grilled Salmon
Chef's Salad
Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta
Dessert:
Bakers Choice
Choice Of Beverage:
Soft Drink, Coffee or Tea.
Start/opening time: Restaurant: Monday – Sunday from 12pm to 1am.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Hot air balloon adventure
Seville Excursions & Tours: Glide over the countryside around Seville as you enjoy bird’s-eye views of Roman ruins, a vast wildlife sanctuary and mighty river estuaries with this early morning hot air balloon adventure. Feel the wind in your face as you experience exhilarating sensations while in flight before the dramatic landing, which is followed by an Andalusian breakfast and the traditional ‘christening’.
Meeting up about a half-hour before sunrise, we launch from the serene natural landscape of the River Guadiamar Green Corridor (the name derives from the Arabic ‘prince of rivers’). Once in the air, the wind decides the course and any vertigo you may have should disappear as we calmly travel at the speed of the breeze. The time in the air lasts between 60 and 80 minutes as we fly from the ruins of Roman Italica to the natural wonderland of the Doñana National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve. The landing is part of the fun as the wind can drag the basket along for a few metres.
You will be greeted with refreshments at the landing zone and transferred to a nearby venue for a wholesome Andalusian breakfast. Afterwards, enjoy one of the most memorable parts of the day as we break open bottles of chilled champagne to christen the new passengers into the aeronautical world.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up arranged when booking.
Duration: Route lasts between 60 and 90 minutes.
Start/opening time: Between 6am and 8am, about 30 minutes before sunrise.
Others: Although the temperature will be much colder at altitude, the burners will compensate for this, which results in a temperature that is about the same as on the ground. Dress for the season.

Available until 31 October 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Isla Mágica
Seville Excursions & Tours: The Isla Mágica theme park recreates the golden age of Seville during the 16th century, when the city was at the peak of its powers and the gateway to Europe for goods from the Americas, Africa and Asia.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Shows for all the family
* Rip-roaring, adrenaline-fuelled rides
* Themed areas that bring fantasy to life
There are seven themed areas and 32 rides – plenty to keep you occupied on what promises to be a rip-roaring action-packed day in Spain’s hottest city.
As its name implies, Isla Mágica is a place where reality and fantasy merge. Each themed area boasts its own thrills and spills with something for everybody. Seville, Gateway to the Indies has six rides, including the incredibly entertaining ‘lake balls’, three shows, four restaurants and two shops. In Gateway to America you’ll find five rides, a lakeside amphitheatre, a fortress, six restaurants and more. Amazonia has five rides, including the epic Jaguar roller-coaster with its string of 360° loops, and in The Pirates’ Hideout, the centrepiece of which is a massive galleon, there are two rides, two shows and four restaurants among its attractions. Explore El Dorado where there are two rides, including Flight of the Falcon. And so that children aren’t left out of the fun, there’s The Fountain of Youth area with six rides and a theatre.
As well as rides and attractions, there are also eleven shows for the whole family, with all-time favourites such as Sleeping Beauty sharing the bill with local productions starring Andalusian horses. All in all, a great day out for the whole family.
Meeting point: Pabellon de España s/n – Cartuja Island
Opening times: Isla Mágica opens the zona Sevilla and Puerto de Indias at 11am. They start opening the other areas from 11.30am and by 12pm everything in the park is open. Opening hours vary depending on the season. Please check the park schedule on your voucher.
Other information: Height/age restrictions may apply on some attractions. Voucher validity: same day

Available until 24 September 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Isla Mágica and Agua Mágica - Offer
Seville Excursions & Tours: The Isla Mágica theme park recreates the golden age of Seville during the 16th century, when the city was at the peak of its powers and the gateway to Europe for goods from the Americas, Africa and Asia.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Shows for all the family
* Rip-roaring, adrenaline-fuelled rides
* Themed areas that bring fantasy to life
* Includes admission to Agua Mágica
There are seven themed areas and 32 rides – plenty to keep you occupied on what promises to be a rip-roaring action-packed day in Spain’s hottest city.
As its name implies, Isla Mágica is a place where reality and fantasy merge. Each themed area boasts its own thrills and spills with something for everybody. Seville, Gateway to the Indies has six rides, including the incredibly entertaining ‘lake balls’, three shows, four restaurants and two shops. In Gateway to America you’ll find five rides, a lakeside amphitheatre, a fortress, six restaurants and more. Amazonia has five rides, including the epic Jaguar roller-coaster with its string of 360° loops, and in The Pirates’ Hideout, the centrepiece of which is a massive galleon, there are two rides, two shows and four restaurants among its attractions. Explore El Dorado where there are two rides, including Flight of the Falcon, and the cool Condor Circus. And so that children aren’t left out of the fun, there’s The Fountain of Youth area with six rides and a theatre. What’s more, with this ticket you get entry to Agua Mágica included where you’re guaranteed a splashing great time with slides, lazy rivers and even a beach where you can relax.
As well as rides and attractions, there are also eleven shows for the whole family, with all-time favourites such as Sleeping Beauty sharing the bill with local productions starring Andalusian horses. All in all, a great day out for the whole family.
Meeting point: Pabellon de España s/n – Cartuja Island
Opening times: At 11am or 4pm for the evening pass (5pm in winter).
Closing times: At 11pm (midnight in summer).
Other information: Height/age restrictions may apply on some attractions. Both parks have to be visited the same day.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Italica roman city visit
Seville Excursions & Tours: The Roman city of Italica, located in the Lower Guadalquivir, halfway between Seville (Hispalis) and Alcalá del Río (Ilipa) and very close to the routes that connected with the mining area of Sierra Norte de Sevilla and Huelva played an important strategic role in both political and military, and economically, during the early Roman Empire. Evidence of this is that it came to occupy an area of approximately 52 hectares.
The origins of the Archaeological Ensemble of Italica back to the year 206 BC, when the general Scipio, in the context of the Second Punic War, defeated the Carthaginians at the Battle of Ilipa and established a detachment of legionaries in the Cerro de San Antonio, where there was already a turdetana population from the fourth century BC While the top two communities lived together in this space next to the Guadalquivir, the Roman element soon imposed their social and political ways. In the second half of the first century BCE City acquires municipal statute and, over time, during the reign of Emperor Hadrian (117-138 AD), the colony, which is administratively equates to the metropolis.
It was the birthplace of the Emperors Trajan and Hadrian, and point of origin of many of the senators of the time.
Meeting/pick-up point: Italica main entrance. Avda. Extremdura, s/n
Duration: Two hours.
Start/opening time: Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 10am.
Languages: Spanish.
Others: ID card or passport required.

Available until 22 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Jerez and Cadiz tour from Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Discover the wealth of riches that the province of Cadiz boasts with this fascinating full day tour that takes in Jerez, El Puerto de Santamaria and Cadiz city itself. You will visit a sherry bodega, see the most elegant equestrian exhibition imaginable and enjoy a scenic cruise followed by a panoramic bus tour.
Jerez de la Frontera is known as the ‘cathedral of sherry’, with more than 20 bodegas producing a variety of brandies and fortified wines such the crisp, dry fino , the nutty amontillado , the salty manzanilla and dark, pungent oloroso . A visit is a must-do for aficionados. Learn all about the art of making sherry and enjoy tastings before continuing to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, which is located in the grounds of the stunning Palacio de Abrantes. Enjoy a spectacular show of ‘dancing ‘stallions’ and admire the master horsemanship of the Spanish Walk dressage.
Head to El Puerto de Santa Maria, a historic fishing harbour where you have free time to wander the old town and enjoy lunch before boarding a boat for the 40-minute cruise to Cadiz. (If you prefer, you can continue the journey by coach. ) Once in Cadiz, the oldest continuously inhabited city in western Europe, you will enjoy a panoramic tour through the old town and other important areas.
Meeting point: Pick-up from the selected hotels or other points indicated at time of booking.
Start or opening time: Departs from 8.15am to 8.45am, returning some nine hours later.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Please reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Kayak tour in Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Since time immemorial Seville has defined itself by its relationship with water. The great River Guadalquivir, which flows through its heart, was its link to the New World and brought prosperity and cosmopolitanism to the city. Today, you can discover Seville through the river with a fascinating three-hour kayak tour that takes in the most famous sights and attractions from a different perspective.
Your adventure begins on dry land with a small basic workshop where you will learn how to row and manage the kayak. We will cross the river from Triana up to La Cartuja island (so named after a Carthusian monastery that has been located there for centuries) discovering the history and the monuments of Seville as we go along. During the route we will see the sights of Seville from the river, the colourful Calle Betis (a waterfront street famed for its colourful houses and nightlife), the Triana Bridge and the popular neighbourhood of the same name, the gardens of the Guadalquivir or the bridge from which Ferdinand Magellan set off on his journey to become the first man to sail around the world (he didn’t make it back but others in the expedition did).
Meeting point: Hotel or place assigned by agency.
Start/opening time: Sturday and Sunday at 11am.
Languages: Available in English, French and Spanish, from small groups of two persons up to large groups.

Available until 31 March 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - La Carmona Romana tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Join us on our interesting guided tour in Roman times where we will visit the incredible Carmona Necropolis, one of the most important archaeological sites of Spain; we will know the burial rituals and discover the underground chambers.
With this tour we will visit all the historical, cultural and artistic stages from Roman times to the present, knowing the legends, anecdotes and history of ancient civilizations until the present days.
Meeting/pick-up point: Necorpolis Main door.
Duration: 2 hours.
Languages: English, Spanish and French.

Available until 29 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Legends and traditions of Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Every street, every square, every nook and cranny in Seville has a tale to tell as you will discover during this intriguing two-hour panoramic tour. You will see its beauty and splendour but also uncover a dark side to its past thanks to its legends and traditions.
The tour begins in the district of San Bartolome, named after the beautiful neo-classical St Bartholomew’s Church, which was built on the site of a synagogue. This neighbourhood had once been a Jewish stronghold but a mass pogrom in 1391 annihilated the community and by the time of their eventual expulsion from the city a century later, few were left. Learn about the methods used by the Christians to expel the Jews during these terrible, tumultuous years.
Continue through to the Convent of the Mother of God and Calle Cabeza del Rey Don Pedro (Street of the Head of the King Sir Pedro) so named after a legendary event that took place there, and which you will hear all about. Wander through the San Esteban neighbourhood before pausing at the Casa de Pilatos, the palace of the Dukes of Medinaceli, and the Pila del Pato fountain. Head to the birthplace of the great artist Diego Velazquez and observe its small proportions. View the Convent of St Ines and the Palace of the Dueñas, seat of the Dukes of Alba, before ending the tour in the Alameda de Hercules.
Meeting point: Times: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 11am. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Meeting/pick-up point: Puerto de la Carne, at the corner of street Calle Santa María la Blanca with Avenida Menéndez y Pelayo.
Start/opening time: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 11:00hrs. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 18:00hrs.
Languages: Spanish and English

Available until 28 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Majestic Sevilla
Seville Excursions & Tours: We will discover the most emblematic monuments of Seville by minibus: the University, the Old Tobacco Factory, the Plaza de España, the centerpiece of the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition, San Telmo Palace, The Golden Tower, Isabel II Bridge and the Macarena Basilica.
At the end of the Sightseeing tour we will discover Santa Cruz, the famous Jewish quarter: a labyrinth of narrow streets which lead to the gorgeous Plaza de los Venerables. We continue our tour by visiting the Royal Alcazares, World Heritage and one of the most remaining examples of Mudéjar architecture and the visit of the Cathedral of Seville, the largest gothic cathedral of the world, where we can find out the Cristopher Columbus’s tomb.
The Flamenco Show is localizated in an old Sevillian Palace from the XIX century in the middle of Macarena Neighbourhood. During the Show you could admired the deep roots of the Flamenco music, in addition you can enjoy the delights of the Andalusian kitchen, there are avaibles three diferents options: Show + Drink, Show + Tapas Dinner or the incredible Dinner a la Carte.
Meeting/pick-up point: Tour: Pick up from hotels in central Seville or an alternative location advised by the agency. Flamenco Show: Av. Mª Auxiliadora, 18 A.
Duration: Approx. 6 hours.
Pick-up time: Tour: Between 9.15am and 9.45am.
Start/opening time: Flamenco Show: At 7pm or 9pm.
Opening days/period: From Monday to Friday excluding 25th December and 1st January.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Others: You must make your way to the Flamenco show on your own.

Available until 28 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Majestic Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Join a group and enjoy a Panorama of the City of Sevilla, visit the Barrio de Santa Cruz, Royal Alcazar, Cathedral-Giralda and Plaza of Spain. Depart by luxury minibus to discover the city of Seville, the Barrio Santa Cruz, Old Jewry labyrinth of narrow streets leading to the famous Plaza de los Venerables.
Visit the Alcazar, the royal palace in Europe's oldest use, then the Cathedral and Giralda in Seville, the world's largest Gothic where the remains of Christopher Columbus. We finish our visit to the city with an overview of the most important monuments of the University, Old Snuff Factory, the Palace of San Telmo, the Torre del Oro, the Bridge of Isabela II, Basilica de la Macarena and visit Spain square, the most emblematic work of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up from hotel in Seville or a nearby location. Please, call the supplier to confirm the time and location.
Duration: Four hours approx.
Start/opening time: Daily between 9.15am and 9.45am.
End/closing time: No return transfer included.
Languages: Spanish, English.
Others: Tour not available on December 25th and January 1st.
Please reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Majestic Seville - Baths and Aromatherapy
Seville Excursions & Tours: We will discover the most emblematic monuments of Seville by minibus: the University, the Old Tobacco Factory, the Plaza de España, the centerpiece of the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition, San Telmo Palace, The Golden Tower, Isabel II Bridge and the Macarena Basilica. At the end of the Sightseeing tour we will discover Santa Cruz, the famous Jewish quarter: a labyrinth of narrow streets which lead to the gorgeous Plaza de los Venerables.
We continue our tour by visiting the Royal Alcazares, World Heritage and one of the most remaining examples of Mudéjar architecture and the visit of the Cathedral of Seville, the largest gothic cathedral of the world, where we can find out the Cristopher Columbus’s tomb.
The bathhouse offers the Arabic tradition of relaxation through water. Take a journey through three different types of baths; first a warm bath (96ºF), second a hot bath (104ºF), and finally a cold bath (60ºF). These temperature changes create contrasting sensations for the human body. There is also a salt bath, a hydro-massage bath, and a relaxation room. The duration of the stay is about 90 minutes.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel or at the meeting point assigned.
Duration: 5.5 hours.
Languages: English, Spanish and French.
Others: The customer must reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Maria Luisa Park - site of Expo 29
Seville Excursions & Tours: Two major events have marked the course of modern Seville, the Iberian-American Exhibition of 1929 and the Universal Exposition of 1992. Their legacies have added to the city’s already rich architectural heritage and that of 29 in particular has left a series of stunning pavilions, park and plazas. This two-hour tour takes in top attractions from that momentous year.
The tour begins at the former tobacco factory, a vast baroque building that is now part of the university. It was here that Bizet’s Carmen worked and beguiled men with her beauty. Visit the historic Murillo Gardens, renowned for their botanic variety and stroll through the lovely, landscaped Montpensier Gardens.
Behold the vast scale of architect Anibal Gonzalez’s Plaza de España, which was also built for the exhibition, and symbolised the links between Spain and the Americas. See the arcades, the fountains, the ponds, the decorative tiles, the picturesque bridges and the tall spires at either end. Such is the plaza’s dramatic appearance that is has featured in major movies, including Lawrence Of Arabia, two Star Wars episodes and The Dictator.
Wander through the verdant Maria Luisa Park, admire the monument to local 19th century poet Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, which is built around a massive swamp cypress, the Fountain of Lions and Mount Gurugu. Continue to Plaza de America to visit the neo-plateresque Archaeological Museum and the neo-Mudejar Museum of Arts and Traditions.
Meeting point: Calle San Fernando at the main university entrance.
Start times: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 11am. Wednesday and Friday at 6pm (or 5pm on some winter days – confirm when booking).
Languages: Spanish and English.
Meeting/pick-up point: Bus stop of the red touristic buses, next to the Citroën bar. María Luisa Park entrance.
Start/opening time: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 11:00hrs. Wednesday and Friday at 18:00hrs (or 17:00hrs on some winter days, to be confirmed when making the reservation).
Languages: Spanish and English

Available until 31 March 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Monumental Carmona Tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Discover the most emblematic of Carmona monuments: the Alcázar de la Puerta de Sevilla and the Church of Santa Maria. Visit the virtually impregnable defensive complex, the Alcázar de la Puerta de Sevilla, reaching its highest point, gold tower, from where you can admire the magnificent views of the city.
We will walk through the historic center to the Church of Santa Maria, Carmonense greatest exponent of religious architecture, built on the site of the old mosque, from which the courtyard of ablutions is still preserved.
Meeting/pick-up point: Alcazar´s Main Door of Seville.
Duration: 2 hours.
End point: Santa Maria Church.
Others: Cell number of the customer required to contact to the guide.
To be in late or no show we will charge 100% expenses.

Seville Excursions & Tours - Monumental Seville Walking Tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Discover the essence of Islamic, Moorish and Gothic art of Seville visiting two of its most emblematic monuments: The Christian cathedral with the largest area in the world and the Real Alcazar; set of walled palaces of different architectural styles. The two monuments are considered World Heritage by UNESCO and recommended to visit if you want to know the monumental core of Sevilla.
Meeting/pick-up point: Inmaculada Monument next to the Cathedral.
Duration: 2.5 hours.
Start/opening time: September and June at 10am and 3pm. From July and August at 10am.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Includes a Guide to conduct the visit, tickets to the Cathedral, the Giralda and the Alcázar.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Museum of Fine Arts
Seville Excursions & Tours: A visit to Seville’s Museum of Fine Arts allows you to admire not just the second-biggest art gallery in Spain but also the beautiful baroque building in which the collection is housed. Considered one of the city’s hidden secrets, the museum is home to first-rate works by luminaries such as Murillo, Zurbaran, El Greco and Velazquez to name but a few.
Located in a former convent with a grand staircase, there are two levels with 14 halls dedicated to different styles of art, including Spanish medieval, Renaissance, Mannerism, baroque and Sevillian. The lobby is a work of art in itself as it is decorated in beautiful ornate tiles from dissolved monasteries. In fact, much of the collection owes its origins to the confiscation by the state of ecclesiastical assets in the 19th century and as such, there is a wealth of religious paintings and sculptures.
Among the standout works are the Portrait of Jorge Manuel by El Greco, the sculpture of St Jerome by Torrigiano, The Virgin of the Caves by Zurbaran and the Portrait of Don Jose Duaso y Latre by Goya. The paintings of Seville offer a wonderful vignette on the everyday life and traditions of the city over the centuries, with works on subjects such popular festivals, flamenco and the famed cigarette factory workers. Local master Murillo has two dedicated rooms.
The museum’s centrality to Seville’s art scene is such that many contemporary local artists congregate at the Plaza del Museo to exhibit their own works to passers-by.
Meeting point: Museum door at 11.30am on Saturdays. Tours last two hours and 30 minutes.
Languages: Available in Spanish and English.

Available until 31 March 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Palacio Andaluz flamenco show
Seville Excursions & Tours: Come and discover the passion and fire of flamenco in its heartland. El Patio Anadaluz is one of the top tablaos in a city that lives, breathes and sleeps flamenco. You can choose from different options and times. Sit back and relax and enjoy the show with a drink or maybe you want to try some delicious traditional tapas. Or if you wish you can also go for a full à la carte dinner, prepared by our top team of chefs.
From the roots of flamenco in the heart of Seville, El Palacio Andaluz offers the best flamenco show in the city in one of the most luxurious and elegant venues in Spain. Enjoy a passionate colourful evening of dance, music and song with our top team of artistes, many of whom have been awarded national and international prizes.
Discover the different musical styles or palos, ranging from the poignant to the apotheosis. Feel the fire of bulerias, soleás, alegrías, fandango, sevillanas, as well as other less well known flamenco styles and some classical Spanish ballet as you explore this extraordinary expression of the soul of the people of Andalusia.
New Year Gala
9:30pm: Welcome Drink
10pm: Dinner and Flamenco Show (1 hour)
MENÚ:
Aged Spanish Cheese
Iberian Ham
Iberian Pork Loin
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Tropical Seafood Cocktail
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Lemon Sorbet
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Beef Sirloin in Foie Gras Sauce, Potato pie and Vegetables
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Chocolate wrap with Tangerine and Vanilla Ice Cream
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Coffee
BODEGA:
Sherry Wine, Beer, Soft Drinks, Juices, Rioja Red Wine, Andalusian White Wine, Mineral Water, Liquors, Champagne.
11:30pm: Cotillon Party Goody Bag & the Lucky Grapes.
12am: “The Twelve Bell Chimes Celebration” with Champagne.
Dancing Party with the “El Embrujo” Band.
Free Bar.
Party Ends with Chocolate and Pastries. Meeting/ Pick up point: Avenue Mª Auxiliadora, 18- B 41004.
Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Past View, travel in time
Seville Excursions & Tours: Time travel through Seville’s layers of history with this alternative and highly entertaining tour during which the the city’s rich and varied past comes alive before your very eyes. Past View Sevilla is a revolutionary – and so far unique in the world – way of exploring a city. It involves videoglasses and a handheld mobile device, which combine to guide you along a real route with virtual flourishes. This is a tour where the past is somewhere you genuinely visit.
The Seville route covers all the city’s main points of interest, with seven stops. At each, you will experience a ‘virtual recreation’ of the past, with you seeing with your very own eyes what that very location would have looked like at various points in Seville’s history. Watch as Cervantes pleads with a tax collector at the Plaza de San Francisco or meet the proud architect behind the Giralda as it nears completion. The video-guide will also give you an insight to the city’s other cultural, historical and artistic aspects at the Alcazar, Cathedral, the Tower of Gold and Plaza del Salvador.
The Metropol route takes you on an hour long tour around the Metropol Parasol, an avant-garde wooden building located in the heart of Seville’s old quarter. With the help of past view, history will come to life before your eyes as you wander through Roman Seville, discovering its streets and forums. All you have to do is put on the glasses, open your eyes and start living the magic of Seville through the centuries. You will see buildings, shops, streets and squares as they used to be hundreds of years ago. You can also interact with the characters of the time, who will also be your guides.
Meeting point: Metropol Parasol.
Duration:
Metropol route: 35 minutes. Seville route: two hours. Start/opening time: Metropol route at 11.30am. Seville route: every day at 9.15am and 12pm. On Wednesday, Thursday and Saturdays the tour also runs at 8pm.
Summer schedule (1st July - 31st September): Metropol Route - Daily at 10:15am. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday also at 7:15pm. Sevilla Route - Daily at 11am. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday also at 8pm.
Languages: English, French and Spanish.
Others: You must present an official ID along with a credit/debit card as a guarantee for the devices. Voucher validity: The same day.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Patio Sevillano Flamenco Show
Seville Excursions & Tours: Feel the passion of flamenco with a pulsating show at the world-famous El Patio Sevillano. The powerful dance and song genre that has captured the hearts of the world has its roots in Andalusia where it is a badge of national pride.
The show at El Patio Sevillano runs for 90 minutes without interruption. You will hear songs that veer from the mournful to the powerful, be enthralled by the beautiful sound of an authentic Spanish guitar and be mesmerised by flamboyant dresses and seductive moves of the dancers.
Flamenco is not just a monolithic genre; there are many forms representing different moods. Some involve dance, others song. You will hear Alegrias, Tientos, Rondeñas, Fandangos and more as well as classical Spanish music and a small representation of the opera Carmen, which is set in Seville.
Be prepared for a dramatic finale, where the entire cast will come together to perform breathless Sevillanas and bulerias, both fast and upbeat styles. Great speed and agility are required to control the rhythm of the dances.
The flamenco extravaganza at El Patio Sevillano will give you a fascinating insight into Andalusian folklore and culture.
New Year's Eve Flamenco Show
Gift bag, grapes for luck and two drinks
New Year's Eve Gala Dinner Party and Flamenco Show with gift bag
Gift bag, grapes for luck and two drinks
End of year menu at El Patio Sevillano
Starters
Porcini mushrooms, seafood bites, bacon and date rolls, cheese, ham, typical pork loin from the area.
Velvety zucchini soup with pine nuts and croutons
Beef tendeloin with Pedro Jimenez sauce with roasted vegetables and potatoes
Cointreau chocolate cake with a smooth vanilla sauce
A selection of Christmas sweets
Wine, cava, water and tea or coffee included.
Start or opening time: First show from 7pm to 8:30pm. Second show from 9:30pm to 11pm. New Year’s Eve Flamenco Show at 10:30pm. New Year's Eve Gala Dinner Party and Flamenco Show at 8:30pm.
Others: Children must be accompanied by at least one adult. Photography and filming is allowed only during the final 20 minutes of the show.
Voucher validity: one day.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - River Guadalquivir cruise from Torre del Oro
Seville Excursions & Tours: The River Guadalquivir, ancient, romantic and legendary artery of Seville. It was from here that the conquistadors set sail in search of new worlds and even now is still the only navigable river in Spain. In this one hour cruise, follow in the wake of Roman legions, Arab scholars and Spanish seafarers and learn about the importance of this great river in the history of Seville as you admire the great views of this magical city's skyline and waterfront.
From the deck of one of our fleet of comfortable modern vessels discover classical and modern Seville. Some of the attractions you'll see include the Maestranza Bull ring, several of the city's many bridges including the famous bridge of the V Centenario, the picturesque quarter of Triana, the pavilions of the 1929 and 1992 Universal Exhibitions, the Towers of the Plaza España, the Monastery of Santa Maria de las Cuevas where Columbus planned his voyage to the New World, the Giralda as well as some of the city's many churches, convents and monasteries.
You will receive an audoguide with free headphones with a fascinating commentary on all the main sights you pass on this journey down the river of history.
Grand New Year’s Eve Gala on the Luna de Sevilla Catamaran
9:30pm: Welcome Drink on board
10pm: Dinner and Flamenco Show (show duration 1 hour)
MENÚ:
Aged Cheese Slices
Iberian Ham
Iberian Pork Loin
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Duck Mousse on Thin Toast and Lettuce Leaves
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Courgettes and Prawn Crème Soup
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Sirloin Steak Medallions Tabarís in Duck's Paté-foie Sauce Dubarry Potatoes and Little Bunch of Green Beans
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Truffle Pie with Mint Sauce and Chantilly
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Coffee
BODEGA:
Sherry Wine, Beer, Soft Drinks, Juices, Red Wine Rioja Andalusian White Wine, Mineral Water, Liquors, Champagne.
11:30pm: Party Goody Bag & the Lucky Grapes.
12am: “The Twelve Bell Chimes Celebration” with Champagne.
Boat sails for one hour night city tour.
Dancing Party with our Band.
Free Bar.
Party Ends with Coffee and Pastries Meeting/ Pick up point: Paseo Alcalde Marqués del Contadero s/n. Muelle de la Torre del Oro.
Duration: 1 hour.
Start or opening time: 11am - Departures every 30 minutes.
End or closing time: 10pm in summer – 7pm winter.
Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. Voucher validity: same day

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - San Isidoro del Campo tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Discover the fascinating San Isidoro del Campo with this exciting tour to one of the most interesting monasteries in Seville. The origins of this building date all the way back to the 14th century, when the Guzman family, one of the noblest families in the whole Iberian Peninsula, decided to erect it above the remains of what used to be a Mozarabic chapel where San Isidoro was allegedly buried. The monastery of San Isidoro del Campo and all of its territory then went on to become cult locations for writing and reading; it was at this very site where the Holy Scriptures were translated into Castilian. It was also a backdrop for the start of Lutheranism in the Iberian Peninsula.
San Isidoro del Campo is filled with an invaluable collection of hidden pictorial gems, as well as one of the most impressive altarpieces in Andalusia, designed by the deft hands of Martinez Montanes and Francisco Pacheco solely for the monastery.
As you meander through this fascinating and beautiful building, your charming and eloquent guide will let you in on all of the most interesting stories and legends that lie behind every corner. Learn all the legends about noble families, faculty members and merchants who wanted to be buried in this holy place alongside the mysterious historical figure of San Isidoro himself. Join us and with this tour you will feel at the end of the day that you know a lot more about Andalusian history and culture.
Meeting/pick-up point: Main entrance of the Monastery San Isidoro del Campo. Avda. San Isidoro del Campo, 18 (Santiponce- SEVILLA)
Duration: Two hours.
Start/opening time: Friday to Sunday at 10am.
Languages: Spanish.
Others: Free entry for children aged 0 to 6 years.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Sevilla rooftops tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: See the breath-taking skyline of Seville from an unparalleled vantage point: the rooftops. This exciting tour invites you to contemplate the extraordinarily rich architecture of this history-riddled city from the city’s roofs and balconies, a truly romantic experience that will stay in your memory for many years to come.
Seville cannot be fully comprehended without its Islamic past; what we now know as Seville is the result of many centuries of being part of the caliphate followed by many other centuries of hardline Catholic rule. The result is a city full of contrasting constructions that include the richness of both cultures. Seville owes to its Islamic past the little winding streets and hidden squares dotted with Moorish towers, heirs of the ancient minarets that used to poke out of mosques; on the other hand, it owes to its Catholic years a rich Roman Baroque architecture. Seville is filled with domes and belfries often secluded in hardly visible traditional farmhouses.
When contemplating this jumble of historical influences from the heights of balconies and terraces, all of Seville’s usually hidden wonders appear clearly before your eyes. Instead of having to get lost in the little twisting streets or travelling to godforsaken country corners, admire all the wonders laid out before you as if you were looking at a beautifully detailed canvas painting. At the end of the trip, you will also be able to enjoy a heart-warming snack. Join us and see Seville like you’ve never seen it before.
Meeting/pick-up point: Main gate of the Seville City Council, Plaza Nueva, s / n, Seville.
Duration: Two hours.
Start/opening time: 23rd October to 31st May at 4pm; 1st June to 15th September at 8pm and from 16th September to 22nd October at 6pm.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Seville Aquarium
Seville Excursions & Tours: Retrace Magellan’s two year voyage to the Spice Islands in an hour and a half journey through the Seville Aquarium. Encounter over 7,000 sea creatures, 400 species and one of Europe’s deepest shark tanks in this fascinating and educational experience.
At the end of the 700 metre passage you will have embarked on an epic journey from the Guadalquivir river, across the Atlantic Ocean, up the Amazon and over to the Pacific. Take time to touch and feel sea cucumbers, star fish and sea urchins at the touch pool and learn about the mermaid´s purses and eggs in the nursery. At the coral reef tanks you will be spellbound by the colourful array of tropical fish and the other resident reptiles such as tortoises, anacondas, boas, caimans, tree frogs, and sea turtles.
The highlight of any trip to the Seville Aquarium is the imposing 9 metre deep shark tank. Don´t be afraid as you step through the glass tunnel with two million litres of water above you, home to the stars of the show: two bull sharks. Take away a fishy souvenir and at the end of your Magellan adventure, take a break in the café serving a selection of hot and cold drinks and food.
Start/opening time: From November to June (both inclusive): Monday to Thursday from 10am to 7pm, Friday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm.
From July to October (both inclusive): Monday to Thursday from 10am to 8pm, Friday to Sunday from 10am to 9pm.
Voucher validity: Same day.
Others: Please be advised that to use the large family discount, you must present the official card and/or family book. If the official documentation cannot be provided, it will be subject to the discretion of the supplier to charge a different rate for the service.
Please note that for Ticket Offers there are no discounts for large families and the ticket is not valid for the Shark Night or Theatrical Visits.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Seville Cathedral Walking Tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Seville Cathedral is one attraction you simply cannot miss on a visit to this spellbinding city. This magnificent building, officially known as the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, is one of the largest churches in Christendom. On this guided tour you will learn all about the history of this massive, exuberant building – according to oral oral tradition its builders said “Let us build a church so beautiful and so great that those who see it built will think we were mad''.
One of Seville's best known landamarks is the glorious Giralda, a golden-hued belfry standing over 100m high and orginally modelled on the minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakesh. It was originally built in 1184 as part of the Great Mosque and has since had Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, Baroque, Neo-Classical and neo-Gothic additions, resulting in the eclectic architectural gem of today.
In the Cathedral itself you will find 80 chapels, 24 bells, 15 doors including the Door of Forgiveness, dating from the Islamic caliphate where you can still admire the delicate Koranic inscriptions. Marvel at the amazing 360 square metre gilded altarpiece – which took 80 years to make – look up at the stunning stuccoed vaults or wander around the peaceful Patio of the Orange Trees.
Meeting/ Pick up point: For Cathedral surrounding: Archbishop's Palace gate, Plaza Virgen de los Reyes. For Cathedral and Salvador Church: Entrance of Salvador Church.
Duration: 2 hours
Start or opening time: From Monday to Saturday at 11.30am.
Languages: English and Spanish.

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Seville Easter route
Seville Excursions & Tours: Holy Week in Seville is one of the great celebrations of popular Catholicism in the world, a time during which the city immerses itself in an aura of sombre passion for seven days. Learn all about the pasos , floats carrying lifelike statues portraying the events of the Passion and the cofradias , the religious brotherhoods that organise the famous processions. You will also visit the workshops of some of the craftsmen who spend all year preparing for this week.
The 90-minute tour starts with a visit to the Church of San Julian, a magnificent Gothic-Mudejar temple, which has a beautiful altarpiece with a carved image of the Immaculate Conception. Next we'll visit the workshop of Rodriguez Ojeda, foreman of the brotherhood of La Macarena, where you can admire some magnificently embroidered vestments. We'll also pass by the Church of Omnium Santorum, one of the oldest in the city, pretty much unchanged since the Middle Ages.
We'll also visit the workshop of a maker of religious images before we move on to the Church of the Annunciation, which was the university's chapel until 1965 and you can admire its extensive library and impressive façade as well as the awe-inspiring altarpiece. The tour ends with a walk around the outside of beautiful baroque Church of Salvador. A knowledgeable local guide will provide you with snippets of intriguing information throughout.
Meeting/pick-up point: Entrance of the Church St Julian.
Start/opening time: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 5.30pm, Friday at 11.30am and Saturday at 4.30pm during the Holy Week. Please contact us in advance to reconfirm times.
Languages: Spanish and English.

Available until 31 March 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Seville Sightseeing Bus Tour – Hop On-Hop Off
Seville Excursions & Tours: Explore sensational Seville at your own pace with the hop on-hop off City Sightseeing open-top double-decker bus tour. Enjoy panoramic views of the Andalusian capital and alight at any one of the 12 stops, which are located close to top sights and attractions. You can also avail of three guided walking tours through some of Seville’s most picturesque districts and free entry to the Church of Salvador. The buses operate every day and your pass is valid for 24 or 48 hours.
There are stops by the Torre de Oro (Golden Tower) on the riverbank; at the Plaza de España and Plaza America (both in the marvellous Maria Luisa Park); at San Jacinto and Calle Castilla (both in the vibrant and colourful Triana district); at the site where Expo 92 was held and at Isla Magica (both on Cartuja Island); at Macarena; at Torre de los Perdigones; at Alameda de Hercules; at the Plaza del Duque; and at the Plaza de Armas. All leave you within easy walking distance of the main landmarks.
The three walking tours are of Maria Luisa Park, the former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, the district of Macarena and the earthy Triana neighbourhood, which is renowned for its vibrant social life and legendary fiestas.
The beautiful baroque Church of Salvador, the second biggest basilica in Seville, has for centuries unfairly lived in the shadow of the cathedral but a major renovation project has rekindled it and also led to the opening of a major new attraction, the crypts. Sevilla Premium Experience
If you wish to explore more of the cities attractions at an unbeatable price, book a Premium 48 hour ticket. This includes, all of the above plus tickets to the Sevilla Aquarium, the Baile Flamenco Museum, the Betis Tour Experience and access to the “Setas de la Encarnación” lookout. You can get to any of these places by the City Sightseeing bus and the guided walking tours. The Sevilla Premium Experience offers discounts and special services at tourist establishments. Don’t miss out, book your all-in-one experience now!
Meeting point: Any of the 12 bus stops. Monumental Tour: Visitors Centre. Santa Cruz tour and Triana: Departure from stop 1- Torre del Oro (Paseo de Colon).
Duration: Monumental Tour - 2.5 hours. Santa Cruz Tour - between 45min and 1 hour. Triana Tour - 45 minutes.
Operating times: Spring/summer 10am to 10pm; late summer/autumn 10am to 9pm; and winter 10am to 8pm. Monumental Tour – daily at 10:30am. Santa Cruz Tour – daily at 13:30pm. Triana Tour – Winter at 5:30pm and Summer at 7:30pm.
Other information: Guided walk times vary according to season. Voucher validity: same day

Seville Excursions & Tours - Seville at Night Tour + Show "Casa de la Guitarra"
Seville Excursions & Tours: Get a unique perspective on the main spots of Seville, as you take this night tour. Let your guide take you through the starting point in Plaza de Espana, mixing elements of the Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival (Neo-Mudejar) styles of Spanish architecture; and enjoy the Seville’s University Rectorship’s architectural beauty.
You’ll also get to see Murillo’s Gardens, Santa Cruz’Quarter, Patio de Banderas and the Royal Alcazar of Seville, where you’ll have a panoramic tour around the place while you hear about its history. This building is one of the most representative monumental compounds in the city, the country and the Mediterranean culture as a whole.
After the Alcazar, you’ll pass by the Archive of Indies, and get to Seville’s Cathedral. Don’t miss the chance of getting pictures of the outside as the night advances, the view will be something unforgettable. Seville’s Cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. This cathedral is home to the largest and richest altarpiece in the world. To the left of the Capilla Real is the entrance to the wonderful Moorish minaret, La Giralda, which now functions as the cathedral’s belltower.
After taking a look at the beauties that surround Seville’s historic center, you’ll be taken to Casa de la Guitarra, the most popular place to watch a flamenco show with live music!
Meeting/pick-up point: The Aníbal González Statue in the middle of Plaza España.
Duration: 5 hours.
Start/opening time: 6:30pm.

Available until 28 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Seville city tour and Guadalquivir cruise
Seville Excursions & Tours: Get a taste of the laid-back joie de vivre that characterizes the magnificent city of Seville with this one of a kind tour of some of its most important highlights. And what’s more, as well as seeing the city’s wonders, you will be invited to step onto a beautiful boat trip along the splendid Guadalquivir River. This tour is the best way of getting to know all there is to know about Seville while contemplating its beautiful scenarios at their best.
The excursion starts by inviting you to climb onto a comfortable minibus for a sightseeing tour across the infamous Isabel II Bridge, on the other side of which lies the legendary neighbourhood of Triana. This quaint part of town used to be the old sailors and potters’ quarter, where you can still admire nowadays San Jorge’s Castle, erected in the 10th century.
Feel like the sailors of old at the “muelle de la Sal” (Salt Wharf), where an elegant boat will be awaiting your arrival to cruise you alongside all the wonderful buildings and bridges that line the banks of the Guadalquivir River.
Las but not least comes a visit to the Monastery of the Cartuja, where for three years Christopher Columbus planned his trip towards the unknown. The trip then ends with a tour of the Bullring of the Real Maestranza, considered to be one of the most important bullrings in the history of bullfighting. Learn all about this traditional sport at the Bullfighting Museum.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at the hotel or meeting point assigned by the agency.
Duration: Three hours approx.
Start/opening time: At 3.15pm or 3.45pm.
End/closing time: 6.30pm.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Please reconfirm the meeting point and start time by calling the telephone number(s) that will appear on your voucher.
The customer must reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Sierra of Aracena tour from Seville
Seville Excursions & Tours: Journey into the remote backcountry of Andalusia and discover the stunning Sierra de Aracena. This little-known mountain range is packed with forests, lakes, rivers and trails. It is also home to dozens of rustic villages full of unexpected treasures and – many would argue – the best cured meats in the world. We will whisk you away from the metropolis of Seville into the wilds for an unforgettable taste of what Spaniards call la Andalucía profunda .
Your adventure begins as we meander through the meadows of the mountains straddling northern Seville and Huelva. Continue through landscapes of red earth and olive groves until reaching the whitewashed pueblo of Aracena to visit the castle and caves.
The tour heads to the Arias Montano peak, to learn about Andalusia’s Mediterranean forests. Pause for lunch to savour local cuisine and feast on Iberian cured ham or chorizo. After lunch, see one of Spain’s few surviving Moorish-era mosques at Almonaster la Real as well as the world-famous Rio Tinto mines and chestnut forests.
There are a number of possible activities during the route, including an interpretative hike of between one and six hours (depending on fitness and ages) or of castles in the area. There’s also an ethnographic visit, an Iberian ham museum, a flour mill and cheese and chorizo factories. Ecotourism activities include routes themed on mycology (mushrooms), ornithology (birds), geology and botany. There are also craft workshops about essences, cheese, dressings and preserves.
Meeting point: Pick up at the hotel or other places assigned.
Duration: 9-10 hours.
Other information: Optional extras (not included in the price) include a 90-minute horseback tour, stays in rural accommodation, kayaking and bike tours.

Available until 29 October 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Special Offer: Isla Mágica - All day on Sundays and Mondays and on Friday afternoons
Seville Excursions & Tours: The Isla Mágica theme park recreates the golden age of Seville during the 16th century, when the city was at the peak of its powers and the gateway to Europe for goods from the Americas, Africa and Asia.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Shows for all the family
* Rip-roaring, adrenaline-fuelled rides
* Themed areas that bring fantasy to life
There are seven themed areas and 32 rides – plenty to keep you occupied on what promises to be a rip-roaring action-packed day in Spain’s hottest city.
As its name implies, Isla Mágica is a place where reality and fantasy merge. Each themed area boasts its own thrills and spills with something for everybody. Seville, Gateway to the Indies has six rides, including the incredibly entertaining ‘lake balls’, three shows, four restaurants and two shops. In Gateway to America you’ll find five rides, a lakeside amphitheatre, a fortress, six restaurants and more. Amazonia has five rides, including the epic Jaguar roller-coaster with its string of 360° loops, and in The Pirates’ Hideout, the centrepiece of which is a massive galleon, there are two rides, two shows and four restaurants among its attractions. Explore El Dorado where there are two rides, including Flight of the Falcon. And so that children aren’t left out of the fun, there’s The Fountain of Youth area with six rides and a theatre.
As well as rides and attractions, there are also eleven shows for the whole family, with all-time favourites such as Sleeping Beauty sharing the bill with local productions starring Andalusian horses. All in all, a great day out for the whole family.
Meeting point: Pabellon de España s/n – Cartuja Island
Opening times: Isla Mágica opens the zona Sevilla and Puerto de Indias at 11am. They start opening the other areas from 11.30am and by 12pm everything in the park is open. Opening hours vary depending on the season. Please check the park schedule on your voucher.
Other information: Height/age restrictions may apply on some attractions. Voucher validity: same day

Available from 2 January 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Super Combo Cathedral and Alcázar of Sevilla
Seville Excursions & Tours: Discover with a local guide the most charming places of the Historical Center of Seville and learn the legends of its surroundings. We will visit the city hall and next we'll head to the Triumph Square, where are gathered the three buildings declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO: the Cathedral with the Giralda Tower, the Royal Alcazar and the General Archive of the Indies.
We will also discover the Cabildo Square and the Royal Atarazanas, the best secrets of the city. Finally we will go for a walk by the river bank, where we have the Maestranza Bullring, the Golden Tower and Saint Telmo s Palace. The tour will finish with the visit of the Royal Tobacco Factory and the majestic Plaza de Espana.
Alcazar of Seville: The Alcazar of Seville is one of the most representative monumental compounds in the city, the country and the Mediterranean culture as a whole. The declaration of the place as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987 acknowledged the survival of cultures and civilizations as a harmonic whole.
Cathedral of Seville: Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. This cathedral is home to the largest and richest altarpiece in the world. To the left of the Capilla Real is the entrance to the wonderful Moorish minaret, La Giralda, which now functions as the cathedral's belltower. It is well worth climbing to the top.
Meeting/pick-up point: Under La Giralda (Plaza Virgen de los Reyes). Av. de la Constitución, s/n 41004 Sevilla
Duration: 4 hours.
-End/closing time: 1:15pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Operates on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Tetouan and Tangier tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Cross the Straits of Gibraltar on a voyage of discovery and enjoy a glimpse of life in another continent with this day trip Morocco. Visit the historic cities of Tetouan and Tangier, while passing through the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. You will enjoy guided tours and free time as well as lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant.
The tour proper begins once have crossed the border from Ceuta to Morocco and head to Tetouan, a city that as recently as 1956 was part of a Spanish protectorate. There is still the odd reminder of these links. Set amid orange and almond groves, this ancient town provides an ideal combination of old and new. Visit Hassan II Square, the impressive royal palace, the old Jewish Quarter, the Mellah , and the old walled Medina, which is a Unesco World Heritage Site. A noon lunch in a traditional Moroccan restaurant will be enlivened with folk music. After lunch, continue on to Tangier, which was also controlled by Spain until 1956. Explore the modern city with is wide boulevards, sophisticated cafés and exclusive shops before diving into the Medina with its ancient souks. Mingle with the locals in djellaba as you wander the narrow alleyways filled with cubbyhole shops, bakeries and tailors – it’s almost like stepping back to the Middle Ages.
Meeting point: Information desk at the Port of Algeciras at 8.15am with return at about 8.30pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.
Other information: Remember to bring your passport and casual clothes, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Seville Excursions & Tours - Tour the Seville Cathedral and climb the Giralda Bell Tower
Seville Excursions & Tours: Take in the sheer size and beauty of Seville’s Santa Maria de la Sede Cathedral, officially the largest Cathedral in the world. Admire its extravagant exterior with its stunning Gothic architecture before heading inside to marvel at the chapels, courtyards and sculptures within. Listen carefully as your expert guide explains the history of this magnificent monument that is the burial site of Christopher Columbus. Learn the story of its famous lizard and finish your tour by ascending the iconic Giralda bell tower to look out over the city of Seville with its picturesque spires and minarets.
In the 14th and 15th centuries the city of Seville had become a major trading centre and its economy was booming. At the turn of the 15th century the decision was taken to build a monument that would truly reflect the city’s riches and power and the plans for the largest Cathedral in the world came into existence. Make your way around this enormous landmark and admire the intricate sculptures and towering pillars at every turn. Learn the story of the famous stuffed crocodile that hangs from the ceiling of the North façade and walk through the Door of Forgiveness with its beautiful terracotta statues.
End your tour by climbing to the top of the Giralda bell Tower, probably the symbol most associated with the city of Seville. From here you can look out over the stunning views of the Andalusian capital and admire the Moorish and Jewish districts from above.
Meeting/pick-up point: At Inmaculada monument, next to the Cathedral.
Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Start/opening time: Between September and June, from Monday to Saturday, at 11am and 3pm; Sundays, at 3pm.
July and August, from Monday to Saturday, at 11am.
Languages: Spanish and English (other languages upon request).

Available until 31 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - Triana districts walking tour
Seville Excursions & Tours: Triana is one the most colourful, idiosyncratic neighbourhoods in Seville. Located on an island between two branches of the River Guadalquivir this colourful quarter has developed its own characteristic culture, its people considering themselves different in character from the rest of sevillanos. The area has a traditional pottery and tile industry and a vibrant flamenco culture Experience the magic and charm of its people, art, food, colours and aromas.
This guided walking tour will start with a visit to the Chapel of El Cachorro, seat of the Holy Week brotherhood of the same name. We'll also visit a corral, tenements organized around a patio with a central fountain, the occupants living in individual rooms that open to the communal patio. These traditional buildings are now protected and we'll visit some in the bustling Alfereria and Castilla streets. Near the Central Market you can observe the ruins of the Castle of San Jorge, once the seat of the Tribunal of the Spanish Inquisition in the city. We'll also visit the Church of the Our Lady of the O, built in the Baroque style between 1697 and 1702.
Then we'll go for a stroll along Calle Betis, a popular promenade running along the waterfront with stunning panoramic views across to Seville, packed with bars, restaurants and nightclubs. We'll cross back into Seville by the Puente de Triana built in the mid nineteenth century. Don't miss the small Moorish Revival Chapel on the West Bank of the Guadalquivir.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Red bus stop. Torre del Oro.
Duration: One hour and twenty minutes .
Start or opening time: At 5.30pm
Languages: Spanish, English and German.

Available until 28 February 2018
Seville Excursions & Tours - Visit to Seville and some of the most emblematic spots of the city and cruise in the Guadalquivir
Seville Excursions & Tours: See all there is to see in the culturally rich city of Seville with this one of a kind tour of the Andalusian capital’s most important sites and landmarks. Not only is Seville one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, it is one that is always simply brimming with life and cheer. The charm of its local inhabitants will make you feel at home and the stunning designs of its architectural wonders will make you not want to leave.
Begin the tour with an exciting sightseeing trip thanks to which you will become acquainted with all the most emblematic monuments of Seville, such as the University; the Old Tobacco Factory, backdrop of the story of Carmen, immortalized by Bizet’s famous opera; the San Telmo Palace; the Golden Tower; the Isabel II Bridge; and the Macarena Basilica. What’s more, you will also be invited to see the famous Plaza de Espana, centrepiece of the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition.
Afterwards comes the high point of the day: continue to discover the wonders of Seville aboard a lovely cruise on the Guadalquivir River. From this unparalleled vantage point, see first-hand the untouched sides of the Golden Tower; the renowned Betis street; the Bullring; the Triana Bridge, designed by none other than Gustav Eiffel himself, and the many more modern bridges; and the Pavilions erected during the 1992 Exposition. Nearby you will also be able to spot Cartuja Island and its haunting Monastery, where Cristopher Columbus lived for some years; all in all, a day to remember.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up at the hotel or meeting point assigned by the agency.
Duration: Two and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: At 9.15pm or 9.45pm.
Languages: Spanish, English and French.
Others: Please reconfirm the pick-up time with the supplier and answer all obligatory questions which are asked during the reservation process.

Available until 30 December 2017
Seville Excursions & Tours - White villages of Andalusia
Seville Excursions & Tours: The white villages of Andalusia have captivated the hearts of visitors to Spain since time immemorial. Travellers have recounted their experiences in magazines, newspapers, books, radio and TV – but few can really convey the true essence of the pueblos blancos as well as a visit can. This fascinating full day tour covers the spectacular Grazalema and Ronda ranges and takes in an exhilarating hike through the Garganta Verde gorge.
The adventure begins through the countryside of Seville. Our route takes us to the hillside hamlet of Zahara de la Sierra, which nestles between a rocky outcrop dominated by a Moorish tower and a lake. Wander the narrow cobbled alleys of a village that has barely been touched by the sands of time. Continue through the Sierra de Grazalema, passing through lush fir forests until we reach the Garganta Verde, where we alight for the scenic trail. Admire the dramatic landscape, maybe see vultures in flight and enjoy beautiful views of the Serrania de Ronda in the distance.
Arrive at picturesque Grazalema and feast on a great Andalusian lunch made with local products. Afterwards, burn off the calories with a hike before visiting either Arcos de la Frontera or Ronda, two towns that boast dramatic – and vertigo-inducing – settings as well as a wealth of beautiful buildings.
Meeting point: Hotel pick-up or other places assigned.
Duration: From nine to 10 hours.
Other information: There is a considerable amount of hiking involved so please consider if you feel fit enough to take part and don’t forget to bring the adequate footwear, a hat, sunscreen and water.

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