Walking Tour Seville
On our guided walking tour in Seville, you will discover the most beautiful monuments of the Andalusian capital on foot.
The Cathedral, the Real Alcázar and the Archivo de Indias are part of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are three highlights that already await you at the start of the tour. Spanish colonial politics comes alive on the site of the former Royal Mint, and the Torre del Oro at the old port is reminiscent of the Moorish naval watchtower during the Reconquista times in the 13th century.
The imposing Royal Tobacco Factory served Prosper Mérimée as the location for his novella Carmen. This site was immortalised by George Bizet through his setting for the opera of the same name.
The Plaza de España tops off the city tour with its breathtaking beauty. Built as the Spanish pavilion for the Ibero-American Exhibition in 1929, it is a primer of Spanish history. 48 niches offer information about the Spanish provinces and their most important historical events on hand-painted tiles, called Azulejos.
The Parque María Luisa enchants visitors with exotic plants and cosy roundabouts, while the Palacio San Telmo displays the full splendour of Seville’s Baroque style.
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