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Unusual Seville

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Discover Seville through a panoramic visit by minibus, visit the Plaza de España, the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and finish with a relaxing cruise ride along the Guadalquivir River

Highlights

  • Plaza de España was built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. It mixes the Renaissance style with typical elements of the city as exposed brick, ceramic and tiles.
  • The San Telmo Palace was built in 1682 in order to host the Mareantes University. Today is the home of the Presidence of the Junta de Andalucía.
  • The Guadalquivir river is the only navigable river in Spain. Though it has a length of 650km, it is only navigable up to 100km.

Included

  • Sightseeing tour by air-conditioned minibus.
  • Guided Tour of Santa Cruz Neighbourhood.
  • Boat ticket for a cruise along the Guadalquivir river (about 1 hour).
  • Guided tour by Seville's Official Guide in English, Spanish and French.

Excluded

  • Other services not specified.

Please Note

  • This tour is multilingual and could be operated in different languages at the same time.

Essential Information

  • This tour starts at Hotel Becquer at Reyes Católicos Street, nº 4 and ends at Seville city center.
  • Print your voucher and give it to your guide when staring the tour.
  • Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour begins.
  • Julià Travel Gray Line Spain contact: 0034 91 559 9605 / incoming@julia.net
  • Cancellation policy: A 50% cancellation penalty applies if canceled 48 hrs or less prior to travel date. 100% if canceled within 24 hours prior to travel date or No-show

We will start with a Sightseeing tour and discover the most emblematic monuments of Seville, the University, the Old Tobacco Factory scene of the story of Carmen, Bizet's famous character, San Telmo Palace, The Golden Tower, Isabel II Bridge and the Macarena Basilica. Visit the Plaza de España, the jewel of the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition.

We will then discover Santa Cruz, the famous Jewish quarter: a labyrinth of narrow streets, which lead to the gorgeous Plaza de los Venerables. Later, We will continue with a lovely river boat trip along the Guadalquivir where you will enjoy with the beauty of the views of the city.

On board we can see first hand the untouched sides of the Golden Tower, the famous Betis street, the Bullring, Triana bridge - the oldest in the city, designed by none other than Gustav Eiffel himself and the more modern bridges and the Pavilions, built during the 1992 Exposition.

Close by also we'll see the famous Isla de la Cartuja and its Monastery where Christopher Columbus lived for some years.

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