Sevilla Tours 2018-11-27T15:44:00+00:00

SEVILLA

Historic city which has been built beside the river Guadalquivir where different cultures have left an amazing legacy. It was the main port of Spain and Europe during the 16th Century, the main gate for all the gold, silver and new products from America. It has one of the largest city centres in the continent and the largest in Spain. Nowadays its heritage has resulted in a different way of understanding the rehabilitation of buildings and the contemporary architecture in relation with the heritage. There are very interesting examples of this in the city that are worth a visit.

SEVILLA TOURS

TOUR  ANDALUSIAN CONTEMPORARY REHABILITATION

  • Description: Dwelling is the element which has determined the shape of the city of Seville, its atmosphere and its architecture. Monuments and houses coexist with a fluent and intimate relationship between them. This visit explains the singular historic situation through the contemporary rehabilitations of dwellings, convents, monasteries and public buildings, one of the most important strengths of architecture in Seville

  • Main places included in the tour: a traditional historic communal dwelling, Parasol Sevilla, Convent of Santa María de los Reyes, Convent of Madre de Dios, Palace of San Telmo.

  • Duration: 4 hours with a break of 20 minutes

  • Distance: 5 Killometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

TOUR URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF SEVILLE THROUGH THE UNIVERSAL EXHIBITIONS (1929 and 1992)

  • Description: The River Guadalquivir is an element that has determined the growth of Seville. Both Universal Exhibitions were planned in relation with the river and has conditioned the development of the city. The tour visits the exhibition areas and part of the city in order to understand the influence in the urban shape.

  • Main places included in the tour: Murillo’s gardens, University building, Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de España, Plaza de las Américas, pavilions of the exhibitions, river walks and shores, exhibition of 1992 and Monastery of the Cartuja.

  • Duration: 4 hours by bike

  • Distance: 12,5 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable clothes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets to the Monastery
    • A rent a bike company will be recommended, but the payment will be directly to them

TOUR COMTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE IN SEVILLE

  • Description: Architecture in Sevilla has had during the last decades of the 20th Century, a group of international ambassadors. Famous offices like Cruz&Ortiz, Vázquez Consuegra or González Cordón were the beginning of a whole new group of young, high-quality architects. This tour proposes to visit Seville through contemporary spaces of the most renowned offices, which have given to the Andalusian architecture new lines, but preserving its roots and its heritage.

  • Main places included in the tour: Caixaforum Sevilla, Navigation Pavilion, Parasol, Infanta Elena Library, Hotel and Square of Armas, Dwelling Office, Faculty of Education, Pottery Museum.

  • Duration: 8 hours with two coffee breaks and lunch break.

  • Distance: 12 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

    • A rent a bike company will be recommended, but the payment will be directly to them, or the option of urban transport
    • Tickets

TOUR SEVILLA IN THE GOLDEN AGE

  • Description: Seville during the 16th and 17th Century was the main port of Europe for America. Everything was unloaded and distributed from here. The infrastructures which were built for this purpose and its resulting urban development are the base of the current Seville. The tour presents the relationship between Seville and the river in those days, its defensive systems, the port infrastructures and the urban changes until today.

  • Main places included in the tour: Tower of Gold, the port remains, Tower of Silver, the Arenal neighbourhood, General Archives of the Indias, Cathedral, Alcázar and the city centre.

  • Duration: 4 hours with a coffee break

  • Distance: 5 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: Wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets

TOUR CÁDIZ-JEREZ-SEVILLA: THE AXIS OF LOW ANDALUSIA

  • Description: Cádiz is one of the oldest cities in Spain and contains a port with a lot of history. Its construction on an island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and its urban development make it a very interesting destination. Jerez on the contrary, is a historic city in the interior of Low Andalusia, surrounded by vineyards, with an architecture that reflects all its centuries of history. Seville is a historic city built in close relation with the River Guadalquivir. It was the main Spanish port during the 16th Century. The tour tries to show the differences between settlements and architecture, with historic and contemporary examples.

  • Main places included in the tour: Historic centre of Cádiz, its lookout-towers system with a visit to Tavira, Castle of Santa Catalina, Spaces between Cathedrals, dwellings by Siza, Casa del Plátano and Central Market; historic centre of Jerez, Cathedral, Alcázar, singular wineries and the architecture of the wine; historic centre of Seville, Cathedral, the two Universal Exhibitions Areas, CaixaFórum, Pottery Museum of Triana.

  • Duration: 3 days

  • Distance: Using transportation, kilometres; walking these 3 days: 18 kilometres; by bike: 12 kilometres

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets

TOUR URBAN DEVELOPMENT OF SEVILLE THROUGH ITS RELATION WITH THE GUADALQUIVIR RIVER

  • Description: The River Guadalquivir is an element that has determined the growth of Seville. Both Universal Exhibitions were planned in relation with the river and has conditioned the development of the city. The tour visits the exhibition areas, the main bridges, the historical quarter of Triana and part of the city in order to understand the influence in the urban shape.

  • Main places included in the tour: Murillo’s gardens, University building, Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de España, Plaza de las Américas, pavilions of the exhibitions, river walks and shores, Triana quarter, bridges over Guadalquivir river and Monastery of the Cartuja.

  • Duration: 4 hours by bike (Ask for walking tours or with transportation)

  • Distance: 12,5 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable biking clothes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets to the Monastery
    • A rent a bike company will be recommended, but the payment will be directly to them

TOUR COMTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE IN SEVILLE

  • Description: Architecture in Sevilla has had during the last decades of the 20th Century, a group of international ambassadors. This tour proposes to visit Seville through contemporary spaces of the most renowned offices, which have given to the Andalusian architecture new lines, but preserving its roots and its heritage.

  • Main places included in the tour: Santa Justa Station, Education Faculty, River Walk, Sevilla Tower, Caixa Forum, Navigation Pavillion, Bridges over the river, Metropol Parasol.

  • Duration: 5 hours by bike with a coffee break. (Ask for walking tours or with transportation)

  • Distance: 12 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable biking clothes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets
    • A rent a bike company will be recommended, but the payment will be directly to them, or the option of urban transport

TOUR SEVILLA IN THE GOLDEN AGE

  • Description: Seville during the 16th and 17th Century was the main port of Europe for America. Everything was unloaded and distributed from here. The infrastructures which were built for this purpose and its resulting urban development are the base of the current Seville. The tour presents the relationship between Seville and the river in those days, its defensive systems, the port infrastructures and the urban changes until today.

  • Main places included in the tour: Tower of Gold, the port remains, Tower of Silver, the Arenal neighbourhood, General Archives of the Indias, Cathedral, Alcazar and the city centre.

  • Duration: 4 hours with a coffee break

  • Distance: 5 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: Wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets

TOUR PALACES IN THE CITY OF SEVILLE

  • Description: The palace typology is one of the most important kinds of construction in the city center of Seville. This palaces were mostly built between the XVI and the XVIII century, and they became a reflection of the power that Seville by these centuries had, as main connector with America. During this walk we will analyze the main palatine spaces of the city, such as the Royal Alcázar or the stunning Casa Pilatos

  • Main places included in the tour: Alcázar, Casa Pilatos, Dueñas Palace, Condesa de Lebrija Palace

  • Duration: 4 hours and a half with coffee break.

  • Distance: 3,5 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets

TOUR MUDEJAR STYLE IN THE CITY OF SEVILLE

  • Description: Mudejar style is a fascinating product of the mixture between islamic and christian artistic culture. Through this walk we will discover the best Mudejar buildings of Seville, from dwellings to religious buildings, that adapted and respected their enviroment and the heritage of the city.

  • Main places included in the tour: Alcázar, Casa Pilatos, Dueñas Palace, Santa Marina church, Omnium Sanctorum church, Algaba marquee palace

  • Duration: 4 hours and a half with a coffee break.

  • Distance: 2,5 Kilometers

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets

TOUR CÁDIZ-JEREZ-SEVILLA: THE AXIS OF LOW ANDALUSIA

  • Description: Cádiz is one of the oldest cities in Spain and contains a port with a lot of history. Its construction on an island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and its urban development make it a very interesting destination. Jerez on the contrary, is a historic city in the interior of Low Andalusia, surrounded by vineyards, with an architecture that reflects all its centuries of history. Seville is a historic city built in close relation with the River Guadalquivir. It was the main Spanish port during the 16th Century. The tour tries to show the differences between settlements and architecture, with historic and contemporary examples.

  • Main places included in the tour: Historic centre of Cádiz, its lookout-towers system with a visit to Tavira, Castle of Santa Catalina, Spaces between Cathedrals, dwellings by Siza, Casa del Plátano and Central Market; historic centre of Jerez, Cathedral, Alcázar, singular wineries and the architecture of the wine; historic centre of Seville, Cathedral, the two Universal Exhibitions Areas, CaixaFórum, Pottery Museum of Triana.

  • Duration: 3 days

  • Distance: Using transportation, kilometres; walking these 3 days: 18 kilometres; by bike: 12 kilometres

  • Elevation: 0 metres

  • Level: Easy

  • Recommendations: wear comfortable shoes

  • It includes:

    • Tickets

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