City, Hiking and Walking, Local Experience, Youth and Family
Kid Friendly: No.
This walk is friendly for people with disabilities just in the case they are accompanied by someone who help them
Maximum travelers: 9
English (fluent), French (basic), Spanish (fluent)
Jewish heritage, Seville, night
Seville at night has also magic. Its streets and monuments are illuminated and it provides another vision of the city. We can delight us going for a walk for the narrow streets of Santa Cruz quarter and be carried along by its history and legends. Learning about the way of living in the Jewish quarter and its surroundings.
Some sporadic musicians make some pleasant the stroll. It is safe and gorgeous!
We start in Virgen de los Reyes Square in order to continue through the Jewish Quarter and all its narrows and labyrinthine streets, then we finished in Mateos Gago Street to have a marvelous Giralda tower view.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Virgen de los reyes Square (just in front of the Giralda)
End location: Virgen de los Reyes Square (just in front of the Giralda)
Duration: 2 hours
If it is raining, the duration of the walk can be affected.
This is a walking tour.
It includes the service of the guide with explanations.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 EUR - There is no necessity of extra expenses but I always recommend to take some cash just in case they need a drink or whatever
It does not includes if the travelers want to go to a restaurant of the area to have the dinner, but I could make a reservation for them if they want to.
If the group is up to 9 we will audio guides and it will increase the price of the tour. 3€/person.
A Recent Review of this tour
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We were two couples and had just arrived in Seville on Saturday afternoon; that evening at 8 PM we met Maria at Plaza Nueva for a two hour tour filled with history, highlights and humor. We were enchanted by Maria and the city, described by James Michener as possessing the unique Spanish concept of duende. Our first night in Seville was truly magical - and we have Maria to thank profusely for that!!