2 hours, Start: 10:00
Daily Free Tour
Seville is one of the cities with hundreds of places that you have to see once in your life. This guided walking tour will take you through the most relevant landmarks in the city’s historical-artistic past, starting our route at Plaza del Salvador. From here, and as a meeting point, we will visit the surroundings of the Cathedral and the Giralda, the Episcopal Palace, the Alcázar of Seville and the Archivo de Indias, and we will go to the María Luisa Park. On our tour we will stop at the old Tobacco Factory that today is the headquarters of the University and the Lope de Vega Theater. In the María Luisa Park, cataloged as an Asset of Cultural Interest in the category of Historic Garden, we will discover the heritage and plant wealth.
We will also find the numerous samples of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, with the Plaza de España as the main monumental landmark, or the Archaeological and Customs museums of the Plaza de América. On this tour you will also learn about important details of the San Telmo Palace, which is currently the seat of the Junta de Andalucía, and of one of the icons located on the banks of the Guadalquivir, the Torre del Oro, known for its historical references to the material used that the river water reflected golden sparkles.
As you can see, the route covers a good part of the monumental heritage of the city, where you will end up discovering the history and legends that surround the poetry of the city. We encourage you to join our Free Tour and that it is you who decides the economic value that our expert guide deserves who will accompany you throughout the visit. Enjoy your holidays with us.