Let the beguiling beauty of Seville seduce you on an explorative full-day excursion from Costa del Sol. With a knowledgeable guide, immerse yourself in the rich cultural and architectural tapestry of the city and explore colorful neighborhoods like Santa Cruz and Triana. Stroll along the picturesque banks of the Guadalquivir River and marvel at UNESCO World Heritage-listed attractions like the Cathedral of Seville. Enjoy some leisurely free time to discover Seville at your own pace and relax with convenient round-trip transportation from Costa del Sol.
Full-day tour to Seville from the Costa del Sol
Admire views of the city on a panoramic sightseeing tour of Seville
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Cathedral of St Mary and the Alcazar
Admire the lively Triana, Santa Cruz and La Macarena quarters
See the Giralda Tower and the Maria Luisa Park
Enjoy free time in central Seville to explore more on your own
Greet your guide at a central Costa del Sol location and climb aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan for the scenic journey to Seville. Admire sweeping vistas of the Andalusian countryside as you travel and get acquainted with the history of the city as you listen to informative commentary from your guide.
On arrival, embark on a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city and cruise past impressive landmarks like the foreboding Alcazar fortress, the verdant Maria Luisa Park and the picturesque Avenue of the Palm Trees. Travel through the charming streets of the Santa Cruz quarter and admire the beauty of Seville’s attractions from the comfort of your coach.
Disembark the coach and take a leisurely stroll to the Cathedral of St Mary, a fine example of Gothic grandeur that boasts UNESCO World Heritage-listed status. Marvel at the elaborate interior of the world's largest Gothic cathedral and then walk around the exterior of the beautiful Giralda Tower.
Enjoy some leisurely free time to explore Seville’s city independently, perhaps indulging in a traditional Spanish lunch in a nearby restaurant (own expense). Reconvene with your group and guide at a pre-arranged time and then relax during the journey back to Costa del Sol, where the tour concludes.
This is not a good package, particularly if you're travelling from Marbella. We spent over 10 hours on the bus that day and only 3.5 hours in Seville. Marbella is the first pick up, and then we spent over 2 hours doing other pick ups and later drop offs in Costa Del Sol before even leaving. We would not have booked this if we'd known that. To top it off, our guide was very rude and unhelpful. We didn't personally interact with her, but witnessed her yelling at other passengers. The tour was also running late that day, so part of our tour was cut.
We were given a very specific early morning pick up time and the coach was at least 15 minutes late. We made a few pick ups and then travelled on to Seville. I enjoyed our stops and the lunch break and boat trip. However the guide rushed us through and walked very quickly through the streets. My friend has a cane and had difficulty keeping up. I think if we had been aware of the amount of walking we may not have taken this tour because of this reason.
Group was multi lingual so was the guide which meant every sentence had a o be repeated in four languages. This meant the content was limited. A long day with 5 pick up and drop off points meant over 6 hours was spent in the coach. We did not visit all the sites listed in the itenerary
i have been on a lot of your tour but iwas very disappointed in this one Seville is lovely but we felt we were not given olot information as we were only a few English speaking on the trip I am sorry we did not enjoy trip
I'm not certain I would do this again from Marbella as we spent at least one hour after being picked up traveling in the opposite direction toward Malaga picking up so many people. Then we had a three hour drive to Seville. My friend kept saying, I hope this cathedral is worth a four hour bus drive in each direction. Well I will say the Cathedral is very large, but just not a beautiful as the one in Toledo, which was extraordinary. The city is quite large and full of traffic and I had expected a smaller, more historic section to visit. A disappointment in my mind. On the trip back, we again had to spend another hour dropping people off and as we were the first on in the morning, we were the last off in the evening. A long day for not much to see.