We suggest you an interesting Seville highlights walking tour to know at close hand the most emblematic and iconic sites of this wonderful city, from the ground vantage point.
Escorted by an official guide exclusive for you, you will learn about the past of the city and its most recent present, as well as the culture and hidden secrets and legends that abound in every corner of Seville. A pleasant private tour specially programmed that will afford you imposing views of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
The guide will pick you up at your hotel. Prior to start to walk, a brief biography of Seville will be presented, to allow for a broader understanding of all that will be included in the itinerary.
You will stroll through the main monumental area, where converge the three sevillan monuments declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The majestic Cathedral; we will talk about its interesting past as Mosque, and the cursiosities and secrets of the Giralda tower, the Seville’s symbol.
We will stop in front of the impresive walls of the Alcazar, the oldest European Royal Palace still in use. And, of course, will get to know about an era in which Sevilla managed the comerce between Europe and America, closely relationated with the Archivo de Indias.
Then, we will walk towards the banks of the Guadalquivir River, which flows into the Atlantic Ocean. On the edge of the river we will enjoy a view of the Torre de Oro (Gold Tower) which, in colonial times, would serve as a port of entry for goods imported from the Americas.
On the other side of the river grows up a legendary neighborhood in Sevilla called “Triana”, home to some of the best flamenco dancers and singers of all of Spain. It has also been the birthplace of bull fighters and discoverers.
We will continue walking towards the Maria Luisa park, enjoyining on the way of a panoramic view of the impresive Old Tobacco Factory. As the icing on this unforgettable Seville highlights walking tour, you will get to know one of the most spectacular places in the world and the epicenter of the he 1929 Ibero-American Exposition: the incomparable Plaza de España.