Dear clients,

due to family reasons I can not offer guided tours in Seville until autumn 2023.
I will inform you in time about booking possibilities for fall 2023.
I wish you a pleasant stay in Seville

Three languages

City tours in German, English and Spanish

Private tours & groups

Individuals, friends / families, organized tour groups

Ideal duration

Adapt the city tour to your personal needs


The best way to get to know Seville


the proud city situated on the River Guadalquivir, enchants visitors at every turn. Magnificent palaces, churches and monasteries alternate with evergreen gardens and parks. Narrow alleys and romantic squares provide flamenco and world-famous operas an ideal stage for great and passionate art. During Semana Santa, the old town becomes an unmatched setting for the Passion narrative. On a Tapas tour you can enjoy Seville’s excellent cuisine.

Seville is worth a visit all year round.

In spring, the city bewitches visitors and locals alike with a fragrance of bitter orange blossoms (Azahar). During Holy Week, the Semana Santa, the city organises processions throughout the week to celebrate its most important religious festival. At the end of April, the entire city dances to the rhythm of the Sevillanas during the April Fair (Feria de Abril). Magnificent horse-drawn carriages and Sevillian women in flamenco dresses form the backdrop for a feast for the senses, where dance, music and Andalusian specialities set the tone. At Pentecost many Sevillians take part in the pilgrimage to El Rocío in the Doñana National Park. Here, flamenco dresses, flamenco music and joie de vivre go hand in hand with deep religious beliefs.

Temperatures usually rise in mid-June and can easily go up to 37 – 40 ˚C. If you visit during the summer months, I recommend that you start a planned city tour early in the morning to avoid the intense heat. Do as the Sevillians do and take a siesta in the afternoon so that you can enjoy the Sevillian atmosphere later at night.

Temperatures usually start falling again from the beginning of September. But even October may catch you off-guard with its so-called “Membrillo” heat, the hot days when quinces ripen.

If you prefer less hustle and bustle, you should come to Seville in November. Tourists decrease after All Saints’ Day and the attractions are nowhere near as crowded as during the high season. The weather is often still sunny and warm, so you can have your tapas or a cup of coffee at noon in one of the street cafés. However, please note that there can be spells of rain.

The pre-Christmas period begins in Seville at the end of November. The city’s streets are illuminated with a festive spirit and street musicians and choirs perform Spanish Christmas carols. A crib market and chestnut vendors provide the typical Sevillian Christmas flair. The eve of Epiphany marks the climax of the Christmas season with the Epiphany parade (Cabalgata de los Reyes Magos).

January and February are very quiet months and ideal for those visitors who want to experience the city without crowds.


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