Visit the 3 most important highlights of the center of Seville: the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the Giralda tower and the Royal Alcazar.
- Done in English
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
- Private guide, for a more personalized experience
- Immerse yourself in the past, the time of a historical circuit
The Cathedral of Santa Maria is the largest in Spain and is where Christopher Columbus is buried and his tomb is still of great interest to visitors.
The Giralda Tower is an ancient Arab minaret and symbol of the city, which dominates the city skyline. This magnificent structure was used as inspiration for similar architecture in Rabat and Marrakech.
The Royal Alcazar is a 14th century Arab palace which was originally a Moorish fortress. Today, the Alcazar is the residence of the kings of Spain.
You will end the tour with a pleasant walk through Santa Cruz, Seville's historic Jewish quarter. With its winding cobbled lanes between white washed buildings, this is the most picturesque area of the city.
Giralda Tower (tower of the cathedral)
Ends in the center of Seville