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Santa Cruz Jewish Quarter Walking Tour, Guadalquivir and Highlights of Seville

Sevilla, Spain
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Get to know the most important corners of Seville and the special lights and colors of its oldest streets from the hand of a local guide. During your stroll, you’ll see notable landmarks such as the UNESCO-listed Alcazar of Seville, Torre de la Plata, and Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. See, too, the charming Santa Cruz District. This comprehensive tour is ideal for first-time visitors to Seville. 
  • Get a unique perspective of Seville’s major highlights with this walking tour
  • See landmarks in the historical city center like the UNESCO-listed Alcazar of Seville
  • Tick off top attractions including Seville Cathedral and Torre de la Plata
  • Perfect for first-time visitors to Seville
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


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One of the best tours we have had...
Carla F
, Oct 2017
One of the best tours we have had becasue of the Flamenco show at Casa de las Guitarras. The venue is very small. The show was very dynamic. Excellent guitartist, solo dancer and singer.
This tour was fantastic, our guide Rosa...
Kylie E
, Oct 2017
This tour was fantastic, our guide Rosa was very knowledgeable of the Sevilla history and happy to answer any questions we asked. It was an easy walking tour as we had done a fair bit of walking that day. The Flamenco show was amazing, we were front row in a very small theatre. The dancer was brilliant!! Highly recommend.
very informative a good way to get...
Lynn C
, Sep 2017
very informative a good way to get bearing of city Vincent our guide was very good
This tour was very little that agrees...
Beverly K
, Sep 2017
This tour was very little that agrees with the description. Several of us on tour were quite disappointed. The tour itself was only a little over 2 hours and then a 1 hour Flamenco show at 9pm. The tour was advertised as approximately 5 hours. The description states you will tour the Alcazar, Cathedral and Santa Cruz district. Almost the entire time was spent in Plaza Espana and Plaza Americas. We barely stepped foot into the Santa Cruz district just to drop us off at the Flamenco show. We walked past the Alcazar and Cathedral and got no time inside either monument as expected. Was very disappointed as I would have toured the Alcazar and Cathedral on my own earlier in the day and had instead already seen the Plaza Espana on my own as that was not really part of the description. The Flamenco show offered good seating, but there is no access to drinks during the show and only because we insisted to our guide that we needed a stop to grab something to drink and some food earlier did we even have an opportunity for that. The guide was knowledgeable of the history of the city, but the tour description needs to accurately reflect what you are actually receiving. Quite a disappointment. Would not recommend.
The guide was very good and the group...
Sharon C
, Aug 2017
The guide was very good and the group of 6 people was a very sensible size. It might have been possible to cover a bit more of the city if the pace had been a bit quicker. However, it was extremely hot so taking things easy was fine. The Flamenco Show was very good and gave us a real impression of Andalusian music and dance.
During summer it was only dark at 10pm...
Farida W
, Aug 2017
During summer it was only dark at 10pm. So 5pm still consider very hot in Sevilla. The tour guide was very informative, the tour was very good. But it was just too hot to walk around. The Flamenco show could be better, the place is way too small and too touristy.
Rosa, our guide was wonderful. She was...
Ana C
, Jul 2017
Rosa, our guide was wonderful. She was knowledgeable, informative and funny. The tour has less walking than I expected but it was sufficient to get some idea of the City. The Flamenco show was excellent, it is a small venue and therefore the performance has a great impact. Show was excellent. Note that there is no opportunity to eat at show, they give you 20 minutes or so to get a bite to eat around area which is really short time just noting so you are prepared.
Great guide, short tour only compared...
Kathleen P
, Jul 2017
Great guide, short tour only compared to others that I have been on, nice way to fill out an evening and watch some Flamenco - the Flamenco show was really intense, it was a really wonderful experience.
Rosa was an incredible tour guide...
Margarita P
, Jul 2017
Rosa was an incredible tour guide - funny, warm, and extremely knowledgeable! We had a wonderful time walking around Sevilla, and ended the night with a breathtaking performance at Casa de las Guitarras. The singing, guitar, and flamenco were spectacular. I looked through so many flamenco shows before booking this one, and I'm so glad I did! If you find yourself unsure of which way to go, I highly recommend this tour. It was the perfect beginning to our travels in Spain!
Rosa (guide) from Amigos was amazing...
, Jul 2017
Rosa (guide) from Amigos was amazing. Funny, very knowledgeable and attentive to the group. It was a hot day but she made it interesting. A lot of information. Great company with topnotch guides! Flamenco show was great. Small place but good show.

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