Sevilla touristic bus: 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 four 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 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 four 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.
Meeting point: Any of the 12 bus stops.
Operating times: Spring/summer 10am to 10pm; late summer/autumn 10am to 9pm; and winter 10am to 8pm.
Other information: Guided walk times vary according to season.