Escape Seville’s scorching daytime sun and explore the city under the atmospheric cloak of evening on this 5-hour tour including a flamenco show. During a nightime stroll, you’ll see illuminated landmarks such as the UNESCO-listed Alcazar of Seville, Giralda Tower, and Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. See, too, the charming Santa Cruz District before witnessing a feisty flamenco show at Casa de la Guitarra, a prestigious flamenco venue. This comprehensive tour is ideal for first-time visitors to Seville.
Your evening tour begins at 6:30pm, when you’ll greet your guide at the entrance of Plaza de España. With its glorious combination of Moorish and Renaissance architecture, Plaza de España is a visual feast whose beauty is enhanced at night.
The next stop is the Santa Cruz District, a charming enclave filled with whitewashed buildings, labyrinthine streets, and orange trees. Learn about the area’s Jewish heritage before continuing to the Alcazar of Seville, a UNESCO-listed Moorish palace, to admire its grand façade.
Following the Alcazar, you’ll proceed to Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Santa Maria de la Sede). A UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, the cathedral is undoubtedly the jewel in Seville’s architectural crown and is at its most spectacular when bathed in light.
Your final location is Casa de la Guitarra, where you’ll take a seat to experience the fiery passion of a flamenco show. Immerse yourself in live Spanish guitar music and a watch a talented troupe of dancers alight the stage with precise choreography.
The tour concludes at Casa de la Guitarra.