Discover the original sites that inspired Carmen, Don Juan, Las Bodas de Figaro or The Barber of Sevilla
Discover the original sites that inspired operas like Carmen (Bizet), Don Juan (Mozart), The Weddings of Fígaro (Mozart) , The Barber of Sevilla or Fidelio (Beethoven). Let's discover Sevilla by the hand of the music, the Opera that made the city world known.
There is no better place to start this tour tan the place that inspired the third act of the opera Carmen by George Bizet, La Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza. After an introduction about Sevilla and the opera we will see the monument of Carmen. Our next stop will be the Opera House of Sevilla, where there is a monument dedicated to Mozart, who composed two operas inspired in Sevilla, Don Giovanni and The Weddings of Figaro.
Once there, it will be the time to imagine the love story of Don José and the cigarrete maker Carmen, that would begin at the Old Tobacco Factory, today the University of Sevilla. Let's enjoy this magnificent building for free inside and get to know about the old tobacco factory.
Time to get lost in the charming quarter we call Santa Cruz. Time for Fígaro and the love stories. It is a perfect place for love games and find the places that inspired "The Weedings of Figaro" by Rossini.
We will finish at the Plaza de Santa Marta where to enjoy the videos about the operas wit my Tablet.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At you place, apartment or hotel
End location: City center
Duration: 2 hours
It is a private walking tour
Estimated Local Cash Needed
8 Euro - Normally we do not enter in the Bullring but if you would like to visit it inside we, can spend 20 minutes.
Admission not included : 8 €
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Jose was a wonderful guide. His knowledge of Seville and the operas that take place here was outstanding. He was extremely friendly and courteous, and very considerate of the fact that it was a very hot and sunny day. I would highly recommend Jose to other travelers. We especially enjoyed the special theme of the tour - Seville - the city of Opera. More such themed guides would be a welcomed suggestion.