Strolling around Seville will be so much better while having a private guide that will explain and show you around. Indeed, it’s a small private tour so that you can get more attention and detailed information from your friendly guide. You will visit three most important monuments in the Seville centre: The Cathedral of Santa Maria, The Giralda Tower and The Royal Alcàzar. Also, you will pass through splendid quarter of Santa Cruz.
What you can expect
Get to know Seville better privately while itinerating to its three most historical monuments. Your private guide will gather you in the city centre. The first destination is the Cathedral of Santa Maria which is also known as Seville Cathedral. As the largest Gothic Cathedral and third-largest church in the world, this sanctuary is a viable monument of Gothic era in Seville. No wonder that it was declared by UNESCO in 1987 as the World Heritage Site. In this cathedral, the founder of America - Christopher Columbus was buried.
Afterwards, your guide will take you to the next magnificent former minaret - The Giralda Tower. Also recognized by UNESCO, the current bell tower of Giralda Tower has become the most important symbol of Moorish and medieval city in Seville. Due to its height and contrast style, you will be able to recognize it easily next to the cathedral.
Meanwhile, the last Moorish establishment to visit is The Royal Alcàzar, which is the oldest royal palace actively used by Spanish Royal Family. The fusion between the Mudéjar and Gothic styles, makes this royal complex having its own particularities. You will be amazed by its patios (gardens), halls and interiors which expose the richness of Muslim culture and history.
Before the tour ends, you will be given an extra walking tour around the Santa Cruz quarter - a preserved former Jewish neighborhood and the medieval city. It is bordered by beautiful patios of Murillo, Calle Mateas Gago and Calle Santa Maria La Blanca/San José. Thanks to its strategic location, you will be able to admire those three previously visited monuments from there.
Seville Morning Tour in English, departs at 11:15am
Seville Morning Tour in Spanish, departs at 11:15am
Seville Morning Tour in French, departs at 11:15am