A Trip to the Monumental Capital of Andalusia
The city of Seville was the ancient capital of the Almohad empire of Al-Andalus, it is the largest province in Andalusia and one of the most famous in Spain, its worldwide fame has made it personify the cliché of what is “Spanish” and what is “Andalusian”. “, for containing an enormous number of artistic, cultural, leisure, social and tourist attractions that have made it one of the most universal, well-known and visited cities in the world, the cradle and inspiration of writers, painters and artists in general. It falls in love with both Spaniards and foreigners.
The variety and uniqueness of its monuments and places of great beauty such as the Giralda, the Cathedral, the Reales Alcázares, the Torre del Oro, the Patio de los Naranjos, the Maestranza, the Casa de Pilatos, the Plaza de España, the María Luisa Park, the Maestranza Theater, the San Telmo Palace, the Archive of the Indies, the Santa Cruz neighborhood, the Lonja, the Archbishop’s Palace, the Tobacco Factory, the Town Hall, the Dueñas Palace, the Walls, the Macarena Basilica, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Alameda de Hércules, the Triana neighborhood, the bridges over the Guadalquivir, the Cartuja and the Expo 92 facilities, the buildings of the Exhibition of 1929, the House of Luca de Tena, as well as the patios of its traditional houses, the balconies and bars, churches, convents and in addition to the daily life of its taverns, its gastronomy, its festivals, and its people.
At the indicated time we will meet at the meeting point and head to Seville.
Approximately three hours and a little away from Granada.
Once in Seville we will walk through its historic center, witnesses of its Roman and Muslim past up to the Christian period. We will discover Sevillian history by visiting the Santa Cruz neighborhood, considered one of the most beautiful in Spain.
The most important visit of the day will take us to see the Cathedral, the most emblematic building in the city.
Currently, the Cathedral of Seville is the largest Gothic temple in the world. Next to the Giralda, the Patio de los Naranjos is a direct legacy of its period as a mosque. The Cathedral of Seville has 10 doors; the Assumption Gate, is the main one in the temple and the Forgiveness Gate, the oldest of all and the only one that remains from the old Almohad mosque. Whether you are a believer or not, you will be struck by its splendor.
The Jewish quarter
The city of Seville preserves a Jewish quarter, located in the historic center, very visited by all travelers.
The true traveler who wants to capture the images of the best picturesque corners and views of the Giralda and the most authentic Seville with its patios full of flowers, the narrow streets with stately homes that make the neighborhood a unique urban space in the world.
Once we have known the essential places in Seville, you will enjoy your free time and we will return to Granada. At the indicated time .
*Ask us if you want a Private Tour and Visit*
Get to know one of the most fascinating and monumental cities in Andalusia.
Visit a fascinating monument of Muslim culture. Join a group by bus from Granada and enjoy with us a visit to the most emblematic monuments of the city. With our Local Expert Guide, he will show you the Alcázar, the oldest palace in Europe that is still habitable, and its wonderful gardens where you can admire a diversity of vegetation worthy of a botanical garden. After a walk through the old Jewish quarter or Barrio de Santa Cruz, you will visit the cathedral: the largest in Spain and one of the largest in the world and inside you can see unique works of art as well as chapels from different historical periods and the tombs of Christopher Columbus and his son Hernando. Free time and return.
Puerta Palacio Congresos 10 minutes before the start Departure 07.30 am -
Groups Time to be arranged.
Private tour at your hotel
Spanish and English (occasionally, the guided tour can be bilingual).
Aprox. 10 hrs.