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Take a trip to Seville

Welcome to the bewitching bustle of Seville, the Andalusian jewel where every street whispers history and every square evokes passion. Discover Seville's dazzling cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece where divine grandeur mingles with human artistry. Lose yourself in the winding mazes of the Santa Cruz district, where flowers bloom between whitewashed walls, and feel the warmth of Andalusian culture at the Plaza de España, where Moorish architecture and azulejos embrace the sun.
Let yourself be transported by the passionate dances of flamenco at the famous Flamenco Museum, and soak up the vibrant atmosphere of the Triana market, where bewitching aromas and shimmering colors captivate all the senses. Explore Seville's Alcazar, an enchanting Moorish palace with lush gardens, and let the nostalgic murmur of the Guadalquivir lull you to sleep on a picturesque cruise.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Seville

  • Seville Alcazar

    Immerse yourself in a world of elegance and mystery as you explore Seville’s Alcazar, a majestic palace that bears witness to the rich and complex history of Andalusia. Located in the heart of the city, the Alcázar is an architectural treasure trove, an exquisite blend of Moorish, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles.
    Begin your exploration in the palace’s sumptuous halls, adorned with colorful ceramic tiles, vaulted ceilings and sculptural details of incomparable beauty. Marvel at the Sala de los Reyes, with its frescoes evoking the epic of the Moorish kings, and the Sala de Audiencias, where visitors were once received by the monarchs.
    Next, escape to the enchanting gardens of the Alcazar, where the scent of flowers and the murmur of fountains create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. Stroll through the maze of greenery, discover the shady pavilions and let yourself be seduced by the timeless beauty of these lush gardens.
    Don’t miss a visit to the Alcazar’s various pavilions and outbuildings, each offering its share of architectural and artistic marvels. Admire the delicate details of the coffered ceilings in the Casa de la Contratación, discover the hidden treasures of the Galerie des Grands Plaisirs, or be transported to another world by the bewitching beauty of the Arab baths.

  • Barrio de Triana

    Start your exploration with a stroll along the narrow, winding streets of Triana, where every corner reveals new surprises. Discover the vibrant atmosphere of the Triana market, where stalls overflow with fresh, local produce, and artisans carry on the centuries-old traditions of pottery and ceramics.
    Don’t miss a visit to the emblematic Triana Bridge, which links the district to Seville’s historic center. From here, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the city and the Guadalquivir River, and admire the magnificent sunsets that set the sky ablaze.
    Immerse yourself in Triana’s history by visiting its many monuments and sites of interest, such as the church of Santa Ana, with its impressive Baroque façade, or the castle of San Jorge, now home to the famous ceramics museum.
    Finally, don’t leave Triana without sampling its delicious cuisine. Traditional tapas bars and family-run restaurants invite you to sample local specialties such as pescaíto frito (fried fish), salmorejo (cold tomato soup) and the famous tortillas de patatas (potato omelettes).

  • María Luisa Park

    Discover the verdant splendor of the Maria Luisa Park, a hidden gem in the heart of Seville. This emblematic park, formerly reserved for the royal family, is now a place of relaxation and recreation for the city’s inhabitants and visitors alike.
    Stroll along the park’s shady avenues, where majestic trees offer a peaceful refuge from the summer heat. Admire the fountains and water basins that dot the park, bringing a touch of freshness and serenity to this urban oasis.
    Be sure to visit the park’s emblematic monuments, such as the Plaza de España, an architectural masterpiece in the neo-Mudejar style, adorned with colorful ceramic tiles representing the provinces of Spain. You can also explore the pavilions and kiosks dotted around the park, each offering its own share of charm and history.
    For an even more immersive experience, rent a bike or horse-drawn carriage and explore the park at your own pace. You’ll discover hidden corners and panoramic views of the city.

  • Torre del Oro

    Immerse yourself in Seville’s fascinating history with a visit to the Torre del Oro, an iconic monument majestically overlooking the banks of the Guadalquivir. This medieval tower, built in the 13th century, was once used to defend the city against sea invasions, and has today become one of Seville’s most recognizable symbols.
    Start your visit by exploring the interior of the tower, where you can discover fascinating exhibits on the city’s maritime history, as well as models of ancient ships and historical artifacts. Don’t miss the chance to climb to the top of the tower, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of Seville and the Guadalquivir River.
    After exploring the tower, stroll along the banks of the Guadalquivir and admire the picturesque beauty of the landscape. You can also take a cruise on the river for a different perspective on the city and to learn more about its rich maritime past.

  • Santa Cruz district

    Welcome to the Santa Cruz district, a labyrinth of narrow streets and flower-filled patios where history and culture blend harmoniously. Formerly the Jewish quarter of Seville, Santa Cruz is brimming with architectural treasures and picturesque corners to discover.
    Start your visit with a stroll along the cobbled streets of Calle Mateos Gago, lined with artisan boutiques and lively taverns. Admire Seville’s majestic cathedral, with its famous tower, the Giralda, offering a breathtaking view of the city.
    Continue your exploration to the Plaza de Santa Cruz, where you can relax in the shade of orange and palm trees. Be sure to visit Seville’s Alcazar, a magnificent Moorish palace surrounded by lush gardens, and lose yourself in the maze of its inner courtyards.
    For an authentic experience, take time to stroll through the neighborhood’s hidden patios, where colorful flowers and fountains whisper ancient stories. Stop for traditional tapas at Taberna del Alabardero, an establishment renowned for its Andalusian cuisine.
    Finally, round off your visit with a stroll along the ramparts of the Alcazar, where you can enjoy panoramic views over the rooftops of Seville and the Santa Cruz district in all its splendor.

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