Customized 3-hour tour to explore the must-sees: Alcazar, Cathedral & More
This is a very complete tour through the medieval heart of the city, popularly known as the city center.
Located in the old town of Seville, this is where everything started. Discover with me this monumental city with the Reales Alcázares (the oldiest european Palace still in use), and the largest Gothic Cathedral, third of the Cristianity, and if you want you can finish the tour going up to the Giralda (old minaret).
This is not only a tour, it is an imaginary trip through the centuries to the Medieval era and beyond, visiting highlights and little known places whose stories and legends are told as never before. Join this fascinating journey!
We will visit the two World Heritage Monuments: The Royal Palace and the Cathedral and we'll finish taking a walk at the Old Jewish Quarter
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel in Seville or at any place convenient to you.
End location: Anywhere in Seville: your hotel, a museum, a restaurant or a café.. Wherever it suits you best!
Duration: 3 hours
in summer, I would recommend to do this tour early in the morning, because july and august the temperature in Seville is over 40 degrees
Transportation Method: we will walk, use public transportation or taxi. Please contact me if you would like me to arrange a vehicle.
As Official Seville Private Guide my tours AVOID LONG WAITING LINES
My service as tour guide and local knowledge.
Customized tour itinerary.
Ideas and suggestions on how to take the best advantage of your visit.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euros - Cathedral: 9€/person
Royal Palaces: 9,5€/ person
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I highly recommend you take a tour with Clara. She is friendly and informative. Not only did she talk about the history and story behind Alcazar and Cabildo Cathedral but she showed us modern day photos relevant to those sites. Example: Where game of throne was filmed, Fernando 13th mummified remains, and more... She also brought bread for my daughter so she could feed the fish. One of the highlights for my little girl. Afterwards she dropped us off at a local tapas restaurant which served great food.