Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Seville Card. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Fantastic idea more cities should take up this idea. Was difficult to find the shop in the city to collect but all ends well!
Must have and use the benefits, we saved double what it cost us. We went to the head of the line in many places and discounts on restaurants. Pick the hop on hop off bus for a great tour of the city.
Highly recommend getting a SevillaCard. We were able to bypass long lines and go right in at the most popular sites. The discounts were nice (Spain is so expensive, probably due to its conversion from peseta to euro), particularly the flamenco show (Los Gallos), which was authentic and beautiful. There is so much to see and do in Sevilla - the extremely narrow cobblestoned streets, the opulent churches, the Moorish architecture and gardens, the Plaza de Espana, the gorgeous colors, the harsh sun and heat (lots of contrasts and shadows), the bullfights at Plaza de Toros, the cooling river tour, the hop-on-hop-off buses, the tapas restaurants and late, late night dining, flamenco shows, etc., etc. Be prepared to be on the go, non-stop, and even then there's so much you'll have missed. I found a working knowledge of Spanish to be essential (although one could get by with less, I guess!) Spend a week in Sevilla, get a SevillaCard, and see the sights!
Great value for the items received. Well worth investing in this card.
Great value for money, we visited quite a few attractions including the cathedral and Giralda, and also took the Guadalquivir river cruise. Well worth it!
The Seville card got us out seeing sights we probably wouldn't have seen otherwise. We saved money on the card, and it was so convenient to use, rather than digging around for money at each site.
Well worth obtaining a Seville card if you are staying for more than 3 - 4 days.
good value, but only if you visit many places covered by the caed
Bad start - we went to pick cards up from tourist info centre only to be told to go to another place - so lots of walking immediately. Well worthwhile, though. But a little disappointed we could not get on and off the tourist bus at places of interest. We have done this before in other places.
We used this in conjunction with the hop-on hop-off bus, which worked out pretty well. You need to pay close attention to opening times of the different sights to take better advantage of the card. I don't think you can take full advantage of the card because their isn't enough time to do that.
This Card has a Cost/Benefit ratio very low. The transportation is very important in this card system and doesn't have it. The card has a cost 50% higher than the Roma Pass and this last one has the transport system for three days and the visit to two monuments. For us this option needs to be improved.
24h card only includes 2 entries and water tour. 48h and 72h card adds more entries and hop on bus for better deal.
Bus tour was OK...but the streets are too narrow to go anywhere of high interest. The discounts and admissions were nice, but I think we'd be ahead on on our own.
First, the address for collection of the card was incorrect. Second, the information supplied with the card was insufficient for a first-time visitor to Seville. Third, the bus operator and the boat operator were not aware how the card worked, and it took some time for them to allow me on to the services. In fact, one these two services initially said I could not use the card to use their service.
In retrospect, the card offers so much that there is no way that you can take advantage of what it offers in a 24-hour period.
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If you have more than a day in seville then maybe it is worth it. My rating is solely based on the 24 hour card. I called in advance to make sure I could use the 24 hour card in all the locations listed and I was assured I could but it is only good for 2 entries. I felt jipped.