Tour on the day to Seville from Madrid. (Fast-Speed train included)
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|405 € (per person)
|3 – 4
|375 € (per person)
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What you will find on the tour to Seville:
Much of the clichés about Spain come from Andalusia, and especially from Seville. Seville may be the liveliest city in Spain and perhaps in the world. One can attend a flamenco show in various places. But the big surprise may be that one can enjoy that spectacle right on the street. That is priceless.
Seville has an Arab influence at a time when the Arabs were much more sophisticated than the Christians. Seville was the city that channeled trade with America during the period of maximum splendor of the Spanish empire.
And its gastronomy is unique. It is the best city to eat tapas in the world and live the experience of hopping from bar to bar and changing the atmosphere,
We propose making a whirlwind visit to Seville from Madrid.
To do this you have to get up very, very early.
This would be the program:
7:30 a.m.: Departure from Atocha on the High-Speed AVE train,
10:30 a.m. Visit of the Cathedral/Giralda.
12:15 p.m. 12:30 h Visit of the Alcázares.
2:15 p.m. Tapas lunch in the center.
3:45 p.m. Horse Car Ride from the Giralda to the Plaza de España.
4:45 p.m. Visit of the Torre del Oro
5:45 p.m. We get on the panoramic bus.
7:30 p.m. Departure to Madrid by AVE Seville Madrid.
10 p.m. Arrival in Madrid Atocha.
What to see in Seville
Seville is a city full of history, culture and beauty, with a wide range of places to visit. Here are some suggestions on what to see in Seville:
Seville Cathedral and the Giralda: The cathedral is the third largest in the world and is famous for its impressive Gothic architecture. The Giralda, its bell tower, offers panoramic views of the city from above.
El Real Alcázar: This fortified palace is a stunning example of Mudejar architecture and is home to beautiful gardens, patios and halls decorated with tiles and intricate details.
The Plaza de España: Built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, this plaza is a spectacular example of Andalusian regionalist architecture and features a navigable canal, tiled benches and an impressive gallery.
The Barrio de Santa Cruz: This old Jewish neighborhood is a labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets, flower-filled patios and charming squares. It is the perfect place to get lost and enjoy the charm of Seville.
María Luisa Park: This extensive park is a green oasis in the heart of the city and is ideal for a walk, a picnic or simply relaxing under the shade of its trees.
La Torre del Oro: This medieval tower, located next to the Guadalquivir River, used to be part of the city’s defenses and now houses a small naval museum.
The Archive of the Indies: Located next to the cathedral, this building houses a vast collection of documents related to the history of America, including the famous diaries of Christopher Columbus.
The Metropol Parasol (Las Setas): Also known as the Setas de la Encarnación, this innovative architectural project is a mushroom-shaped wooden structure that offers panoramic views of the city from its upper platform.
These are just some of the many attractions that Seville has to offer. The city is also famous for its flamenco, delicious cuisine and lively nightlife, so be sure to explore these aspects too during your visit.
- Entrance fees
- All activities
- Small group tour
- Transport by fast-speed train
- Local Professional Guide
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Gratuities (Recommended)
- Minimum drinking age is 18 years
- Dress code is smart casual
- May be operated by a bilingual guide (Spanish and English)
- Not wheelchair accessible