The visit to the Royal Palace Real Alcázar, the Gothic Cathedral and the former Jewish quarter Santa Cruz are the classics in Seville.
The Real Alcázar impresses with its Mudejar architecture in the palace of Peter I, as also the great time of the explorers under Columbus and Magellan come alive here, while the blooming and fragrant gardens beguile the senses and invite to stay.
Gardens of the Real Alcázar during a guided tour
The largest Gothic cathedral of the world, built on the foundations of a mosque, impresses with its sheer size and its Giralda bell tower, which was earlier a minaret. Inside, the biggest main altar screen of Christianity tells you the life story of Jesus with a golden glow.
The tomb of Columbus reflects the former power of the Spanish kingdoms and the outstanding works of the Sevillian baroque painter Murillo and the sculptor Martínez Montañez will give you a lasting impression of the golden age of Spanish arts.
City tour with the highlights in Sevilla - Cathedral and Real Alcázar
While walking through the Barrio Santa Cruz you will experience typical Andalusian architecture, romantic squares and narrow streets, which inspired many writers and composers to create operas and novels in the 19th century.
– Duration: 3 hours
– Monday- Sunday (Mondays only forenoon, Sundays only afternoon)
– The entry tickets for Real Alcázar and the Cathedral are not included in the price of the city tour.
– Headphones are mandatory for 8 persons or more.
– Please pay attention to the dress code of the Cathedral: Covered shoulders, no miniskirts or shorts, no beach shoes.
City tour through the former Jewish barrio Santa Cruz