Guided tours in Seville. Meet and visit SEVILLA with an OFFICIAL TOURISM GUIDE, its monuments: Los Reales Alcazares, the Cathedral of Seville, the Bullring, the Archaeological Museum, the pavilions of 1929... its places: the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the Arenal, the María Luisa Park, its historical center... its people.
Here are some ways to visit and get to know Seville:
Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville is the heir of a rich Arab legacy and its prosperous commercial port with the Americas.
The Andalusian capital distills joy and bustle in each of the streets and squares that make up its historic quarter, which houses an interesting set of buildings declared World Heritage and neighborhoods of deep popular flavor, such as Triana or La Macarena.
Seville is an outstanding business and service centre in the south of the peninsula, with a wide range of hotel beds distributed throughout the city centre, which will allow you to discover the countless attractions of the city. Museums and art centres, theme parks, cinemas, theatres and nightclubs are just some of the endless leisure possibilities that a great city like Seville has to offer. All this without forgetting the numerous terraces, taverns and bars where you can practice one of the most deep-rooted and tasty customs of the city:"tapeo".
Another good excuse to visit the capital of Seville is its festivities. Declared of International Tourist Interest, Easter and the April Fair reflect the devotion and folklore of the Sevillian people, always open and cordial with the visitor. But Seville is much more, as it is a good starting point to travel throughout the province through the most diverse cultural routes, such as the Roman Betica Route or the Washington Irving.
You can also discover the enormous natural richness of a region that straddles two continents, with treasures such as the Doñana Natural Park, World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, or the Sierra Norte Natural Park. They will be the ideal setting for all kinds of outdoor sports, including hiking, horse riding and cycling. But if the sport we practice is golf, Seville has four excellent courses in the vicinity of the city.