Seville Highlights

We invite you to join us on this full day tour to know more about the different shades of the warm Andalusian capital!
We invite you to join us on this full-day tour to know more about the different shades of the warm Andalusian capital. Explore its streets through our panoramic route, stopping at the emblematic Plaza España (Spain Square). Stroll through the Murillo Gardens and the charming Barrio de Santa Cruz. Visit the famous Cathedral of Seville accompanied by our friendly multilingual local guide, who will tell you the history its walls enclose. Finish the tour with free time to have lunch and try some of the local specialties!
12 Hours from $120/person CAD

Primary Location

Costa del Sol


Wednesday & Friday departures until October 2020



  • Multilingual Escort Guide
  • Local Guide
  • Air-conditioned motor-coach
  • Entrance fees to the Cathedral
  • Lunch
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  • Pick-up points along the Costa del Sol include Malaga, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona
  • Meeting time and meeting point to be determined at the time of booking confirmation

Pricing Details

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  • All prices are per person


Enjoy Seville, capital of Andalusia, and its beautiful architecture influenced by the Romans, Arabs and Jews throughout history. Join us and you will experience this warm and welcoming city. This full guided tour will take you to the historic downtown of Seville. We will start with a panoramic visit to the city: Paseo de Colon, Plaza de America, Avenida de las Palmeras, Maria Luisa Park and the Guadalquivir River. The city is situated on the banks of the latest, which divides the city into two halves: Sevilla and Triana.

Afterwards, we will make a stop at Plaza de España, where you will have some free time to take beautiful photos of this marvellous area. On our coach, we will go to the Jardines de Murillo. From there, we will wander the narrow and serpentine streets of secret and peaceful atmosphere, getting into the charming Barrio de Santa Cruz (the Jewish Quarter). The visit continues to the splendid Cathedral of Seville. It is the third-largest Catholic Church in the world after Saint Peter’s in Rome and Saint Paul’s in London. Built-in the fifteenth century, it occupies the site of a former great mosque built in the late twelfth century.

Finally, you will have some free time to have lunch and to discover the local gastronomy on your own. Our meeting point before we come back is the famous Torre Del Oro, a thirteenth-century tower, the top of which is rumoured to have once been covered in gold.