SKIP THE LINES private tour to the key Unesco sites of Seville
This tour is a short but complete visit to the two main Unesco world heritage sites of Seville.
It is conceived to introduce you to this marvelous city, while covering the very essentials. The 1000 years ancient Alcazar royal palace and the third world largest cathedral, a must-visit.
Availability: either morning or afternoon, taking into acocunt that Gothic cathedral opens in the aftenoon on Sundays.
It is a relaxed walking tour.
Royal palace (Reales Alcázares)
Gothic cathedral of St Mary.
In case you wish to visit the Alcazar royal palace, it is advisable to buy tickets on line to skip the long lines. https://realalcazarsevilla. sacatuentrada. es/en/lotes/visita-general-lote
(slot: approx 30 min after tour start time)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Seville: Seville cruise gate - ships bus parking - hotel's lobby.
End location: Seville: cruise ship gate - ships bus parking - hotel's lobby.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
- Local official licensed guide.
- Good city map,
- My services and care during the tour.
- No lines.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
19 Euro - Per person:
Cathedral admission 9€ (4€ over 65 and students under 25 upon showing ID and student card. Free for under 16)
Alcazar admission 9.5€ (2€ over 65, students under 25 upon showing ID and student card. Free for under 14)
- Meals and drinks
- Personal purchases
- Admissions to monuments
Alcazar royal palace guided visit: parties over 8 people are expected to use radioguide audiosystem (whisper): guide will speak to a micro and you'll receive the human voice over your earphones. Price of this is €1 up to €2 per person, depending on the brand. This requirement starts on May 2016.
Guide is not allowed to lead a group over 30 people, if you're more, you will need a second licensed tour guide.
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Wonderful guide and a very memorable tour! Francesco is so knowledgable about Seville's culture and history, he really brought the city life while putting everything in historical context. Well worth it and would seek him out again!