Déjese seducir por Sevilla en un tranquilo recorrido por la tarde por esta joya de Andalucía. Levantada a orillas del río Guadalquivir, la bulliciosa Sevilla posee un rico legado árabe y unos barrios repletos de colorido, como Triana y La Macarena.
Tour turístico de tres horas por la tarde en SevillaRecorrido en autobús panorámico por SevillaEscénico viaje en barco a lo largo del Río Guadalquivir por los edificios de la Exposición Universal de 1992Cartuja donde Cristóbal Colón se alojó antes de partir hacia el Nuevo MundoIglesia de la MacarenaExpertos guía de habla en inglés y españolRecogida y regreso desde los seleccionados hoteles de Sevilla
I loved this! We saw so many things! Our guide Antonio was super cool and funny! I suggest you do it because you will go down the Guadalquivil, go see the plaza de toros and also go to the Basilica de la Macarena.
Our boat ride was very nice, but the bullring was closed for a special event and there was a mass at the Macarena church, so we could not take pictures or get close to the virgin. The other downside was that our group had people who spoke 4 different languages, so the guide had to explain things 4 times for everything. It would be better if the group would be all the same language...more pleasant for all.
This tour was great. While the description might be a little vague on activities our group certainly saw and experienced sites we would never have found on our own. The trip started with a prompt pick up of our group with a drop off for the river cruise. We we were taken up and down the Guadalquivir River, visited the Basílica de la Macarena, and the Torre del Oro. If there was a slight negative, it would be our tour guide spoke rapid fire Spanish and English so our group mixed English and Spanish speakers occasionally had some challenges keeping up, but the tour was great overall and having it in the early evening only enhanced the experience.
I did not find this tour so interesting partly because the guide spoken very quickly and in a rather bored, routine fashion. She was efficient but seemed to lack enthusiasm unlike the 3 other guides on subsequent tours in Spain. I missed a lot of her commentary. I did not find the river cruiide very interesting, however the Macarena church is very beautiful.
This was a nice way to experience my first day in Seville. The guide was very friendly and funny. We started with a boatride, and afterwards visited the bullfighting rink of Seville, which was not expected and a very interesting experience. How many people can say they have actually been inside a bullfighting rink?