Seville Walking Tour

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Passionate flamenco, inviting tapas, bullfighters and scorching sun... You will have a hard time finding a city that is more Spanish than Seville. If you have finally decided to visit this famous city in the sunny Andalusia region, make sure not to miss any of its charms. To experience this destination to the maximum, taking one of Seville's walking tours is the way to go. With this bestselling guided tour, one of the most enchanting cities in Europe is at your fingertips. Step inside Seville's most famous buildings while learning about their history from an experienced guide and take your sightseeing to the next level. Are you ready? Vamos!

Seville walking tours with a guide - the best way to experience the town

If you want to soak in the Andalusian sun and experience the most important attractions of Seville, this tour is just the thing for you. In a matter of a few hours, you'll get to walk the streets of Barrio de Santa Cruz and visit two of Seville's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With a knowledgeable guide who knows everything there is to know about this corner of Spain, no vital information will pass you by. We won't lie, there will be a lot of walking involved, but it will be well worth it.

This sightseeing tour will allow you to see Seville's highlights with little hassle as all you have to do is book your spot and appear at the agreed starting point. In addition to an official guide, this tour comes with an entrance to the Cathedral of Saint Mary and the Royal Alcázar Palace. At the end of the tour, you'll also have the chance to climb to the top of the Giralda tower and see the city from above. Let's have a quick look at the places you'll visit:

Feel like royalty at Seville's Royal Alcázar Palace

Real Alcázar de Sevilla is an important place on the map of Seville as it served as an administrative building and royal residence for different rulers. This complex of palaces dates back to the 11th century when the first caliph of Al-Andalus decided to build a castle which was later turned into a palace for the Muslim king. After Spain reclaimed Seville in the 14th century, it was adjusted to the needs of its Christian monarchs and the complex was expanded. The Mudéjar Palace, built in the 14th century by Pedro I, is the best example of the Mudejar style which was so popular in this region.

An interesting fact is that Real Alcázar de Sevilla is still in use and where the Spanish king resides during visits to Andalusia. Tours of the Royal Alcázar Palace allow you to see the intricate salons, tiled walls, beautiful gardens and courtyards. Are you a fan of Game of Thrones? Some parts of this complex and gardens may seem familiar to you, and you won't be mistaken. This was one of the shooting locations for this famous show.

Step inside the grandiose Cathedral of Saint Mary

The most popular site in the city, Seville Cathedral is, reportedly, the largest gothic church in the world. During the times of the Moors, a mosque stood in its place. In 1401, about a century after Seville was reclaimed, the Christian rulers decided to build an enormous cathedral in place of the mosque. Some elements of the mosque were preserved as parts of the church. Around the same time, Seville became an important centre of trade, so the cathedral was meant to represent its wealth. Construction of the cathedral took about a century and since then it has been refurbished frequently so you can see influences from different styles over the centuries. Before entering the cathedral, you will walk through a charming Patio de los Naranjos, which, as the name suggests, is full of orange trees. If you happen to be in Seville in spring, you are likely to smell their nice aroma all around you.

Take in the city views from the Giralda Tower during Seville Walking Tour

Today's symbol of Seville, the Giralda Tower is one of the few pieces that were kept from the former mosque. Originally, it was a minaret built in the 12th century. Together with the construction of the cathedral, it was turned into an impressive bell tower. It is almost 100 meters high and offers some spectacular views of the city. So if you don't mind the climb to the top, we couldn't recommend it more. Just make sure to have your camera at the ready!

Why is the Seville walking tour with MrShuttle worth it?

Signing up for walking tours in Seville is the best way to fully experience what the city has to offer. This guided tour allows you to visit the most important landmarks without wasting any time. The queues to enter buildings like the famous cathedral can be very long and with the Spanish heat and scorching sun, it's nothing pleasant. When booking this tour with MrShuttle, you don't have to worry about that as entrance tickets are already included. This way you save precious time to see more of the town. On top of that, we offer you an experienced guide so that you don't miss any important information.

Walking tours in Seville: a few things to keep in mind

Seville is known for being very sunny and warm. If you're attending this walking tour in the summer months, make sure to bring water with you. As there will be a lot of walking involved, as well as climbing (not mandatory) to the top of the bell tower, comfortable footwear is essential.

We try to keep the size of our tours small and private so that our customers can have the best sightseeing experience. However, if you'd like to have a private tour only with your close ones, please contact our support team.

A few words about Seville, Spain

Seville is one of the most popular cities in Europe, and it's no surprise considering how much it has to offer. Although not as large as Madrid or Barcelona, this city in the south of Spain is an architectural marvel with a rich history. Having been under the rule of the Arab Moors for around 800 years during the Middle Ages, Moorish influences are not hard to find in Seville. If you'd like to see an outstanding example of Mudéjar architecture, a visit to Royal Alcázar Palace is a must. You'll also want to take a walk to Plaza de España, sometimes referred to as the 'Venice of Seville'.

When it comes to historical monuments, Seville really is among the biggest champions. Did you know that Seville is home to the third-largest cathedral in the world? With this exciting sightseeing tour, you'll have a chance to visit the cathedral in person and learn about its history.

Apart from being a historic city with the stunning architecture around every corner, Seville's cultural heritage is unrivalled. If you want to get to know the real Spain, this is where you should start. Forget about Madrid or Barcelona, Andalusia is where flamenco was born and to this day it's said that Seville the best place to see a proper flamenco show.

It's also a great place for foodies and fans of Spanish cuisine. Tapas are a big thing here, so don't deny yourself this small pleasure. With all the walking you'll do along Seville's narrow streets, we think you deserve to indulge in all the flavours of Andalusia. No matter if you're in the mood for a classic tortilla de patatas or something different, with tapas you can easily have a taste of everything.

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  • Isa profile avatar

    A great tour! We saw the most famous monuments and buildings in the city. Our small group was perfect, we were able to ask questions and learnt lots about this amazing city. I would highly recommend this experience to anyone visiting Seville for the first time! Muchas gracias!

  • Tara profile avatar
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    I really enjoyed this walk in Sevilla! What a great way to see the historical city centre and find out about its history. Definitely recommended!

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The pickup point is Calle Zaragoza 1, Sevilla.

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Up to 24 hours before 100% refund, less than 24 hours or no show – no refund.

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Hotel pick up and drop off. We pick you up from the meeting point at Calle Zaragoza 1, Sevilla.

This tour focuses on exploring two UNESCO Heritage Sites which are situated close to each other. The estimated duration of the tour is 3 hours.

You can book this tour in English or Spanish. Let us know during your booking in additional information.

Lunch and beverages are not included. Once the tour is over, you will be in proximity to many tapas bars, so we recommend stopping by one of them for lunch.

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