Seville is the capital of the region of Andalucia in southern Spain. The city is bursting with must-visit national treasures, but can you visit them all? Seville tours ensure you will see all the city’s most illustrious and charming sites, with skip the line access! There are many options to explore the jewel of Andalucia’s crown, have a look below to see which one of the Seville guided tours are best suited to your vacation needs!
“Sevilla” in Spanish, it is famous for its rich and colorful culture, mouth-watering Andalusian cuisine, and it is widely considered the world capital of flamenco dancing! The city’s origins as a Roman city are evident in its breathtaking architecture, winding cobbled streets and antique charm. It is now home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Travelers come from all over the world to see the legendary Seville attractions: the Alcazar Castle, the Cathedral and the many stunning palaces.
Seville is both extremely beautiful and incredibly hot! If you struggle to cope with those southern Spain temperatures, then the best way to explore the city would be by bus! Book a Seville bus tour to enjoy panoramic views across the Andalusian capital, all from the cool and comfort of an open-top bus! A bus tour of Seville is the best way to pack in all the attractions and historical landmarks into a short time. Best of all, you can “hop on” and “hop off” whenever you like!
Think you can handle the heat? Sevilla walking tours offer you a whole new perspective on the city. With the expert company of a local Seville tourist guide, you can go back in time and wander the Medieval cobbled streets in the historic neighborhood of Santa Cruz. On a walking tour Seville can be seen up close and in all its architectural glory.
Visit Baroque churches and the magnificent Alcázar castle which was built during the Moorish Almohad dynasty. Of course, you will have to check out the famous Gothic Cathedral, which is also the burial site of the explorer Christopher Columbus!
What is the advantage of the Sevilla walking tours? Many people choose these to soak up the Seville attractions from only meters away. Also, your reward for walking means you have exclusive access to inner city spots vehicles can’t reach!
Andalucia is famous for its cuisine: fried fish, gazpacho (a cold and flavorsome soup) and some of the best ham in the world! To experience the very best of Sevillian dishes, book a tapas tour and go on a gastronomic journey around the city. Sample “Secreto Iberico” (Iberian secret) in the Jewish Quarter, or try some local wine in Plaza de España! The expert guide will tell you all about the local dishes and take you to the secret spots for mouth-watering meals. Along the way, explore famous sites and attractions and learn all about the history of the city.
What are the best things to see and do in Seville? The most popular attractions are of course the Seville Cathedral, a famous Gothic-style church that also has a beautiful bell tower, the “Giralda Tower” and the real Alcázar castle. Many people also visit Seville to see the Metropol Parasol: the world’s largest wooden structure. Of course, no trip to Seville is complete without seeing one of the city’s flamenco shows! There are so many Seville tours to choose from depending on your needs. For an overall snapshot of the city, book a city tour Seville offers plenty of incredible experiences.
Think you have seen everything in Seville? If you have time, don’t leave the region without going on one of the day trips from Seville! Book a cruise along the Guadalquivir river, or venture further afield to the nearby cities of Cordoba, Granada, and Cadiz. For a smooth journey, book one of the many day tours so you can sit back and relax, Andalucia style!
Depending on the time of year, the most popular tours book out fast. Seville is especially popular at Easter time (April). Booking ahead is recommended to ensure you reserve your preferred tour.
Southern Spain is extremely hot during the summer months (July and August); this is when many locals leave the city! European spring and autumn are the best seasons to visit Seville. If you choose to come during the summer, make sure to travel with plenty of water and sunscreen!
Many tours offer free transport. If you require special assistance, make a note when you are booking, and we will do the best to accommodate you.