Meet your guide at the starting point at the Torre del Oro near the Guadalquivir, and learn how the river played an important role in the development of the city of Seville.
From here, your guide will take you through the streets of the old town where you will pass by the octagonal military tower Torre de la Plata, built during the Almohad Caliphate. From there, your group will make its way to the imposing Cathedral of Seville.
The Cathedral of Seville is the largest Gothic building in the world and was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Here you will stop at several of the most outstanding points of the Cathedral's façade, where your guide will highlight some of the architectural elements used in its construction.
Not far from the Cathedral, you will find the Alcazar of Seville. Your guide will share some of the history and stories that hide within, before heading into the Barrio de Santa Cruz.
The vibrant Santa Cruz neighborhood was the Jewish quarter in medieval times, and is now a popular spot for tourists.
This walking tour visits the most important points of this beautiful city and offers the chance to learn about its history