We are glad to give you the opportunity to live intensely one of the most important celebrations of the city, which blends tradition and modernity.
For this reason, we organized these Seville Holy Week tours so that you could enjoy the experience in the street, smelling the orange blossoms and the incense scent that overfills the city.
We want you to feel the essence of Holy Week during the whole day, and that’s why we have design three differents tours to inmmerse yourself on the important historic and patrimonial value of the greatest celebration of Seville. A morning tour for visiting the main temples in the city, when the proccesions are still in its chapels, and one in the afternoon the see the Religious Processions on the streets and live the experience ‘directly’ (Religious Processions of Seville Tour).
Religious Processions of Seville Tour
Every day we go on a tour in order that you could feel the charm of the processions, during which the worshipful images pass through the streets of Seville searching for the Cathedral and then they come back to their own temple, surrounded by a sea of people.
You are going to discover the vivacity of the most lively brotherhoods and the solemnity and the strict silence of the brotherhoods in mourning.
We find the best corners to see the transit of these marvellous works of art, to listen to saetas (sacred songs) or to relax during the tour and taste some of the traditional sweets of Seville peculiar to this period, like the delicious torrijas or pestiños.
Old Town Temples tour
On this itinerary will show you both the ancient and historic centre of Seville and important brotherhoods, strolling between Mudejar churches and the old city Wall in order to discover the most important temples of the city.
Visit temples that thousand of sevillans enter in order to pray its statues like the Basílica de la Macarena where we is located the famous Virgen de la Esperanza, the Iglesia de los Gitanos or the Basilica del Gran Poder where reside an essential Christ for the Sevillan Holy Week, the homonymous Christ, also called “Señor de Sevilla”.
On our way, we’ll discover important squares like the Alameda de Hércules or Plaza de San Pedro, passing close to historical palaces, like the Palacio de Dueñas.