- 2.5-hour bike tour of Seville led by an expert local guide
- Hear tales and trivia about the city and its picturesque landmarks
- See top Seville attractions like Cartuja Monastery where Christopher Columbus once lived
- Cycle through Maria Luisa Park and see the Plaza España
What You Can Expect
Pedal behind your guide through the downtown streets, passing all the top Seville attractions and sights at a steady pace. Your guide will stop frequently throughout the tour to share tales and trivia about the city landmarks, and you’ll have plenty of chances to take photos and chat with other people in your group.
Highlights of your tour include cycling pass the Cartuja Monastery of Seville, where Sir Christopher Columbus planned his expeditions to the Americas, and Plaza España in the middle of Maria Luisa Park. Meander through crowds and view one of the sites used in the Universal Exposition of Seville in 1992, which celebrated the 500th anniversary of Columbus’ discovery of the Americas.
After 2.5 hours of exploring Seville by bike, follow your guide back to the start point, where your tour ends.
It was just the two of us on this bike ride around Spain. Our guide was an ex-Brit, fluent in English of course. He took us on a very safe route with an emphasis on avoidance of the traffic. The bike ride along the river was particularly enjoyable. His explanation of important history events was also very enjoyable. I would highly recommend him.