Meet up with your knowledgeable art historian guide in either the morning or afternoon in central Seville. You’ll continue on foot to visit your first monument, Seville’s gigantic Christian Cathedral.
Step inside this sprawling religious site, exploring its wealth of chapels, sculptures, and courtyards. You’ll stop to visit the Cathedral’s famous ‘lizard,’ a stuffed crocodile with a story that dates to the middle ages, and ascend to the top of the ‘Giralda,’ a tower next to the Cathedral that was originally designed as a minaret during Seville’s Islamic era. You’re sure to enjoy the city views from the top.
Proceed next to Seville’s Real Alcazar, a royal palace and fortress that illustrates both Gothic and Mudejar architectural styles. During your visit you’ll discover luxurious gardens, intricate interiors, serene courtyards and a wealth of art from both the Islamic and Christian eras. End your visit at Seville’s Plaza del Triunfo.