Private guided visit to the key sites, UNESCO monuments and former Jewish quarter
We'll enter the most important monument of the city and much more: will tour its best streets and squares.
I will show you the key sights and must-see places, and will provide indications on where to do things that are a must in Seville: Flamenco and Tapas experiences in old taverns, indulge in the lovely streets of Triana or Santa Cruz. Feel the influences that the Tartessians, Romans, Arabs, Jews, Phoenicians and Gypsies have had on the city, and looking at modern life.
1) The monumental area of Seville, this is a guided visit to the Unesco World Heritage monuments from inside: Cathedral+Giralda, Alcazar royal palace and its gardens.
2) and walk inside the former Jewish section or the old town.
In case you wish to visit the Alcazar royal palace, it is advisable to buy tickets on line to skip the long lines. https://oberonsaas. com/realalcazarsevilla/visitageneraldos
(slot: approx 30 min after tour start time)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Seville: cruise ship gate - ships bus parking - hotel's lobby.
End location: Seville: cruise ship gate - ships bus parking - hotel's lobby.
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
- Local official licensed guide.
- My services and care during the tour.
- Suggestions of any kind, under request.
- No lines.
- City map (and Andalusia maps under request)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
9 euro - per person admissions to each Unesco monument (cash or card)
- Meals and drinks
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 €1,50 up to €2,00 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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My tour with Francesco will be a highlight of my trip to Spain. His knowledge of the Alcazar and Catedral was excellent but I also appreciated that he was sensitive to my preferences and I loved his "go with the flow attitude " . It's why tours by locals is a good choice. They can be more flexible with their clients. Francesco ' s choice of tapas bars was outstanding as well. He took me to 2 that most tourists wouldn't find and the food left an indelible impression. Two the B'S up for Francesco.