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Enchanted Seville Private Tour

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Sevilla Encantada is a nightlife alternative. This is one of the most popular routes for lovers of history, mysteries, ghosts and legends, which over time has become one of the references and attracts both Sevillians and tourists.

The fascination of this city full of stories, enigmas and ancestral chronicles in a private tour like the one we propose triples.

Our tour begins at the emblematic Plaza del Triunfo, under the statue of the Immaculate Conception.

Delving into the charming Barrio de Santa Cruz, you will discover chilling anecdotes that will make your skin crawl, living in first person the experiences that shook the inhabitants of this city.

We will guide you through the main streets and squares of the historic center until you reach the renowned Faculty of Fine Arts.

Taking an exciting journey back in time, we will learn about the secrets and stories of when life in Seville was very different from today, discovering disturbing events that occurred in the city as we stroll through the captivating Fabiola Street or the evocative Plaza de la Alfalfa.

Let yourself be enveloped by the stories of love, death and other events that have marked the lives of Sevillians throughout the centuries. Each story will move and surprise you, creating a deep connection with the vibrant soul of Seville.

Get ready to live a unique experience with our private Sevilla Encantada tour and let yourself be seduced by the hidden charm of the Sevillian night!

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  • Regular Tour Mon – Wed – Fri – Sat.
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– Meeting point at the Plaza del Triunfo, next to the statue of the Immaculate Conception.

2 hours

Private walking tour through the historic center of Seville accompanied by a professional guide.

Tour in Spanish. For other languages, please contact us.

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2 Day Trip to Tangier from Tarifa – With Sinagoga & Overnight

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If you are looking for a unique experience in Morocco, don’t miss our exciting 2 day tour to Tangier from Tarifa! Explore with us the most iconic places of the city with our expert guide and discover the best kept secrets of Tangier, book now and get ready for an unforgettable trip!

Start your 2-day adventure in Tangier at the port of Tarifa (Cadiz), where we will take a ferry that will take us to the African continent in less than an hour through the Strait of Gibraltar, while enjoying breathtaking panoramic views.

In Tangier, our local Moroccan guide will be waiting for us to take us to visit the most emblematic places of this beautiful and cosmopolitan city.

Tangier, famous for its multicultural richness, has been an attractive destination for artists from all over the world at various times. Visitors will be able to enjoy the great cultural and historical offerings of this ancient international city, one of the most important in Morocco.

From this city located in northern Morocco, you can see the bay of Tangier and the Strait of Gibraltar on one side, and on the other, the city surrounded by its imposing white walls. The mix of modern buildings and narrow streets with typical houses makes this city a tourist attraction for photographers.

Undoubtedly, Tangier is a city that breathes multiculturalism, merging the culture of North Africa and Southern Europe. It is a perfect destination for those travelers who want to discover a small part of Moroccan culture. We will visit all the most significant places, such as the Caves of Hercules, the Souk and the Medina.

We will walk through its narrow streets, where we will also have the option to do some shopping in the small souks that we will find along the way. In addition, we will have the opportunity to taste the exquisite Moroccan gastronomy in one of its restaurants.

Once the city tour is over, our local guide will accompany us to our accommodation so that we can rest for the rest of the afternoon.

The next day, we will be free to enjoy the environment independently until sunset. Then we will start our way back, taking the ferry to Tarifa, where our wonderful experience will end.

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Adults from 18 years old / Children from 4 to 17 years old / Infants from 0 to 3 years old.

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  • Reservations available until 14h before the start time.

The meeting point is at the entrance gate of the Port of Tarifa. The time may vary depending on the time of the year, please consult the reservation calendar. See the last photo in the photo section to see the entrance to the port and the meeting point (entrance gate).

2 days.

  • Moroccan local guide.
  • Transport to and from Tangier from Tarifa.
  • Ferry tickets Tarifa – Tangier – Tarifa.
  • Guided tour of the surroundings and the historical center of Tangier.
  • 1 typical Moroccan lunch (first day only).
  • 1 Breakfast (second day only).
  • Lodging at 4* Hotel.
  • Camel ride (available for a small extra fee on site)

Spanish English. French and Italian from 4pax. You can provide us with the language chosen in the reservation form. For other languages, please contact us.

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  • Provide full name and passport number of each traveler at the time of booking.
  • On the day of the excursion you will need to bring your passport to enter Morocco.
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  • As a general rule all our activities have a free cancellation policy up to 24 hours before the tour.
  • No passport or documentation required to enter Tangier, no refund will be accepted.
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A journey through Seville

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A journey through

Seville, the city of Heritage Sites Unesco

Around every corner in Seville are found the beautiful sights, delicious food, and engaging activities that attract so many people to visit this city.

Whether walking down the narrow roads in high heat or lounging at an outdoor cafe for breakfast, the atmosphere of Seville invites relaxation and tranquility, a feeling that the old winding streets and tall buildings of this ancient city help to achieve.

In any direction, the extensive history of Seville can be seen with just a turn of the head. From the early Roman era, to the muslim rule of Al Andalus, to the later Catholic monarchy, the passing of all of these sections in time can be seen in every part of the city, architecture, food, and art alike.

Every group that has passed through Andalucia has left its mark on the culture, and it is important to pay attention, so as not to miss the intricacies that have gone into building the beloved city of Seville.

Giralda Seville

Of course it is imperative to experience as much of the local, everyday culture as possible, but there are some sights that must be seen before leaving.

These sites, such as the Alcazar, Plaza de España, and especially the Cathedral of Seville and La Giralda, which hold decades, even centuries, of Sevillian and Spanish history, are an essential part of the culture of Seville, and the city would not feel the same without them. 

Many of the most well known and pòpularly visited monuments in Seville have been around for centuries, and have seen the shifts in power over the years, all of which left a unique impression, adding yet another layer to Seville´s rich past.

One such monument, a must – see when visiting this city, is the Cathedral of Seville and the famous Giralda. It has one of the most interesting histories in all of Seville, and is one of the most beautiful and unique architectural masterpieces around.

Originally a mosque, a place of worship during the muslim rule of Spain, the now cathedral boasts an intricate gothic structure, later cased by a more simplistic Roman architectural style, and supported by a collection of Roman ruins that date back centuries.

With Naturanda, you will be able to enter into this architectural wonder, and up the 35 ramps into the top of La Giralda, where you will be able to see a panoramic view of the entirety of Seville.

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When inside the Cathedral itself, take note of the historical wonders that are housed there, such as the tombs of both King Alfonso X and Christopher Colombus, the intricate metal and woodwork surrounding some elements of the decor, the wall containing the most religious figurines in the world, and the panels covering the catacombs beneath the floor. You are guaranteed an experience to never forget when visiting this stunning world heritage site, a crucial part of Seville’s history

The next place that is sure to leave you in a state of awe is the Royal Alcazar of Seville, the oldest palace still in use in all of Europe. It’s lush garden and intricate exterior designs will definitely leave an impression on you, even before seeing the interior. 

ceilings, grand echoing halls, and dramatic architecture in every direction. You will see stunning designs on almost every surface, shining tiles, and an interesting mix of construction styles, which can be traced back to Andalucia’s fascinating history of power struggle and shifts in rule and religion. There are open air spaces with trees and flowers planted by paths and pools of water, and a magnificent courtyard tiled and decorated with the utmost attention to detail.

Thanks to their proximity and great significance to the city, Naturanda offers a combined tour of both the cathedral, la Giralda, and the Royal Alcazar. This way, you do not have to choose between these Sevilian masterpieces.

After visiting both of these historical Seville landmarks, move to a different time period with the Church of the Savior tour. This is a great example of Andalusian baroque architecture, one of the most important artistic periods throughout Europe. It is also one of the largest churches in all of Seville, second only to the Cathedral.

The exterior of this church is deceivingly simple, with its red and tan color scheme. Once inside, however, you will see ornate gold and silver metalwork on many of the walls, and an elaborate altar and lofty nave. Naturanda guide will take you through this structure, teaching you about the history of this grandiose building. It is also situated less than 10 minutes walking from the Cathedral of Seville, so if you are in the mood for some tapas and wine with a beautiful view, it is a quick trip to do so.

The whole area is full of restaurants serving traditional spanish dishes, as well as an array of small shops, selling clothes, jewelry, spices, and anything in between, lining the narrow streets, which are easy to peruse for hours.

If you are in the mood for an even more enchanting experience, you might want to consider the Sevilla Encantada tour. For a low price, you can be led around the city for an evening by one of our experienced guides, hearing the stories, legends, and mysteries surrounding many spaces in the city. This tour gives visitors a deeper knowledge of where they are staying, instead of just a historical perspective. If this does not sound quite enchanting enough, there is the option of a more haunting experience with the Sevilla Paranormal.

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Paranormal Seville Tour

This tour will begin just around when the sun sets, thus setting the mood for this more fantastical trip through the city. You will be led through different sites of believed paranormal sightings or occurrences, getting to know the darker side of this beautiful city. This tour is led with the help of professional guide J.M. García Bautista, who is sure to have you seeing the city in a whole new light, or darkness, by the end of these two hours. 

If paranormal activity is not your scene of choice, don´t worry – Seville is a city full of diverse activities. For example, a visit to El Museo de Bellas Artes, one of the best art galleries in Spain. Here, you can get to know the works and artists from one of Naturanda´s experts, all in a very relaxed way. Be sure to move at your own leisurely pace, so as not to miss any of the skillful pieces displayed at the gallery.

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The Guadalquivir River and Triana

The last places on this side of the Guadalquivir River that is a must see in Seville are the renowned María Luisa Park and the Plaza de España. This is a monumental location that is guaranteed to blow your mind. The small, colorful bridges crossing the small river of water lead up to one of the most magnificent buildings you will probably ever have the chance to see.

It stretches from one end to the other, covering the entirety of one side of the plaza. This building, accented with small areas of blue and white mosaic, with long stretches of white columns supporting small arches, is a beautiful example of the impact that the muslim era of Spain had on the country´s architecture. 

If that is not enough for you, however, it is also the location where many episodes of HBO’s Game of Thrones series were filmed. The Naturanda guide will take you around the building, informing you on the history of the architecture, significance of the building itself, and giving you fun facts about the years in which it has existed. It is truly a sight to behold, as one of the most grand landmarks in the city of Seville.

When, if ever, you decide that you have had enough of this side of the Guadalquivir River, Naturanda offers some fascinating tours across the bridge as well. 

With Naturanda, you can be taken over the river to one of the most unique areas around Seville: the city of Triana. There, you can take a guided tour of this fascinating area, learning about the legends and histories of this worldly neighborhood. 

One of the many ways you can experience this city is through its food. Although most of Spain is known for serving small shareable plates, or ¨tapas¨, Triana considers them its specialty. Go with Naturanda to try out some of the city’s best tapas restaurants, getting to know the city over dinner and drinks.

If you are more the dinner and a show type, you can book a Tapas and Flamenco tour as well. Triana has some of the best professional flamenco dancers in all of Andalucia, even all of Spain. You can enjoy an inspiring dance performance with a full and happy stomach, after having eaten some of the best food around. 

If you happen to be looking for something a little more active, no worries, Naturanda has got you covered! There are a number of outdoor activities you can choose from when visiting Seville, such as biking or kayaking. You have the option of a guided kayak tour through the Guadalquivir River, a different and exciting way to see the city.

Walking through the streets is one thing, but getting to know Seville while floating peacefully through the river allows you to truly appreciate the relaxed and tranquil atmosphere of the city. This tour also allows you to see both sides of the city at once – central Seville as well as Triana – as these two areas of the city border either side of the river. Another option you have is to take a guided bike tour of Seville.

Guadalquivir River Cruise Boat

Biking in Seville

On this tour, you can experience the city the same way many people do day to day, as you will surely see many Sevillanos biking to and from work in your time here. Cover more ground and visit some of the more hidden beauties of Seville on bike with an expert guide, who will fill you in on some of the legends of Sevilla. 

At the end of this two and a half hour tour, you will feel like a local yourself, having seen the ins and outs of Seville from the top of a bicycle. Not only can you take a bike tour of Seville, you can rent your own for any number of hours, days, or even a week. The price varies depending on duration, but this is an excellent way to get to know your own way around the city. 

If you are not one for guided tours, rent a bike and pedal around as your own guide. Seville is a very bike friendly city. Everyone will know to watch for you, cars and pedestrians alike – just mind the bike lanes that are present in almost every area, either painted in green or marked with small metal plates. 

Of course, the last thing that Naturanda would want to do is limit you or your experience in this beautiful city. For this reason, Naturanda offers private routes, where you can take a

guided tour with just your loved ones, family, friends, or even solo. In these tours, you are able to choose your own route – just select which monuments or locations you would like to visit, within reason, and one of Naturanda´s expert guides will curate a route specific to your wishes. 

These can be either on or off the offered list of places, and you can mix and match activities, such as tapas and a tour of a monument in central Seville. The price of these trips depends on the duration of the tour and the locations and activities selected. 

It is impossible to choose just one place to visit in this incredible city.

You must first consider the type of experience you want to have here, and Naturanda can help you curate an experience specific to your wishes.

Rest assured, however, that any location you decide to visit, large or small, old or new, will leave you with an even greater appreciation for the magnificent city of Seville.


The Cathedral and Giralda of Seville

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The Cathedral and Giralda of Seville

Built in the 15th century, it is the largest Christian temple, in decadent Gothic, in the world. Her real name is Santa María de la Sede .

It has been declared a World Heritage Site since 1987 and is one of the most visited in the city of Seville.

It is located on the land that was once occupied by the Great Mosque of Seville , which was converted to Christian worship after being the city conquered by Fernando III “El Santo”.

Work on its construction began in 1401 after that meeting in the Corral de los Olmos of the living forces of Seville, pronouncing that famous phrase: “Let’s make a church so beautiful and so great that those who see it carved will consider us crazy.” ”.

Although it began to be built between 1401 and 1402, there is no record of documents that tell us about this beginning of works until 1433 on the old aljama mosque, two very emblematic parts of it are currently preserved, such as the Patio de Los Naranjos and the Giralda, another of the most visited monuments in Seville.

Of its builders we know some of the names, and men, who participated in the construction, such as Charles Galter -also called Maestre Carlín- who, as a good master stonemason, came from the area of Normandy in France and had great experience in the construction of great cathedrals.

He arrived in the city after leaving his country due to the Hundred Years War and it has been known that in the month of October 1506 , on the 10th, he placed the last stone in the dome of the Cathedral, that stone that put an end to the construction.

In this way the completion date (1533) is known and the start, although doubtful, is estimated to have been at the beginning of the 15th century.

In 1755 it happened that the Lisbon earthquake affected the construction and minor damage was produced.

To solve all of them, the architects Diego de Riaño, Martín de Gainza and Asencio de Maesa intervened in the reform and reconstruction, as well as, related to the complex, Hernán Ruiz who worked in the second body of the Giralda.

The cathedral dependencies were completed in 1593 as well as the cathedral auctions.

Equally important in the construction of the cathedral, in its decorations, in the hidden symbology, Lorenzo Mercadante from Brittany intervenes decisively, leaving a series of clues on the doors where he intervenes with a message to be discovered.

The periods of the Cathedral

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It was the Almohad caliph Abu Yacub Jusuf who ordered the construction of the great mosque in Seville, between April 1172 and March 1198, was officially inaugurated on April 30, 1182, these works being carried out by the architect of Andalusian origin Ahmad Ben Baso, to whom the palaces of the Buhaira in Seville.

It is said of that mosque that it had a floor plan of 113 x 135 meters and an area of more than 15,000 m², 17 naves with horseshoe arches and a beautiful courtyard, of which the Patio de los Naranjos with its Christianized access door, which is the Puerta del Perdón.

After the Almohad period we find the Mudejar, which goes from the year of the Reconquest in 1248 to 1401 . The mosque became a “major mosque” consecrated to Christian worship.

In the Cathedral are the remains of kings such as Fernando III “El Santo” , Beatriz de Suabia as well as his son King Alfonso X “El Sabio” .

For a century and a half, the mosque functioned as a cathedral until its poor state of preservation and the epidemics that devastated the city made it advisable to build a large temple.

Seville Cathedral Ceilings

It is the third stage of the cathedral, the third period, when that famous July 8, 1401 when the authorities and canons said the aforementioned: “Let’s make a church so beautiful and so great that those who see it carved will consider us crazy” and, according to the capitulary act, such a great construction should be “such and such a good one, that there is no other like it”.

The cathedral project was carried out by the master Alonso Martínez , continued by the master builder Ysambarte and the Frenchman Carlín.

The Cathedral has suffered damage throughout its history, such as the one caused on December 28, 1511 when one of the pillars collapsed and the dome that covered the transept fell, the architect Juan Gil de Hontañón, followed the work and also the stylistic line designing a new dome completed in 1519. The dome falls again 370 years later, on August 1, 1888, being rebuilt by the architect Joaquín Fernández.

From the Renaissance period, in 1528, we have the Main Sacristy, the Chapter House and the Royal Chapel and the Sacristy of the Chalices and the Alabaster Chapels were completed. Names such as Diego de Riaño, Martín de Gainza, Asensio de Maeda and Hernán Ruiz are located here.

From the Baroque period, between 1618 and 1758 , there is the Sagrario church, the work of Miguel de Zumárraga, framed in the cathedral but independent from it.

In neoclassical style we have dependencies in the temple, overlooking the area of the avenue of the constitution and the Archivo de Indias . The Cathedral had a series of annex buildings that were demolished between 1762 and 1797.

It also has a neo-Gothic part, which goes from the years 1825 to 1928, although efforts were made to maintain its style and respect the decadent Gothic of its construction. In stage highlights the work of the architect Demetrio de los Ríos in 1866 and that is visible in it. Adolfo Fernández Casanova, between 1895 and 1917, completed the gates of La Concepción and San Cristóbal or del Príncipe.

As a curious fact to say that in the Monastery of Bidaurreta de Oñate (Guipúzcoa) there are the plans of the Cathedral. There was another copy but they were burned in the fire of San Lorenzo del Escorial.

In the Cathedral, the Metropolitan Council maintains the daily liturgy as well as important festivities such as Corpus Christi with the dance of the Six, the Immaculate and the Virgin of the Kings, which coincides with the name day of Santa María de la Asunción or de la Sede.

In the cathedral of Seville there is also a treasure and carvings of important artistic value as well as the remains of Christopher Columbus, discoverer of America in 1492.

The doors

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The covers are very outstanding, such as the Baptism, from the 15th century, the work of Lorenzo Mercadante de Brittany. The Cover of San Miguel or the Birth are by Lorenzo Mercadante de Brittany and his disciple Pedro Millán. It is a well-known door because it is where the brotherhoods enter during Holy Week, another of the city’s attractions.

The main portal or the Assumption of the 19th century, the work of Jovellanos and Ricardo Bellver between 1877 and 1898 .

The Puerta de San Cristóbal or del Príncipe is from 1887, designed by Adolfo Fernández Casanova and finished in 1917, the first design is the work of Demetrio de los Ríos. Likewise, the Puerta de la Concepción overlooks the Patio de los Naranjos, designed by Demetrio de los Ríos and finished by Adolfo Fernández Casanova in 1895, respecting the decadent Gothic style.

La Puerta del Lagarto overlooks the Patio de los Naranjos and is named for a “curious” lizard hanging from the ceiling along with other details that are very symbolic and little ornamental.

The Puerta del Sagrario is by Pedro Sánchez Falconete from the end of the 17th century and overlooks the church of the Sagrario.

The Puerta del Perdón has that access to the Patio de los Naranjos from Calle de los Alemanes. It belongs to the old mosque, visible due to its pointed horseshoe arch. The sculptures are by the sculptor Miguel Perrin who is also involved in the Puerta de Palos or the Adoration of the Magi. Its name is taken from the wooden railings that separate it from the old dependencies of the cathedral chapter.

La Puerta de Campanillas is so called because it was the one that served to call the workers, it represents the entrance of Christ to Jerusalem, also Miguel Perrin.

Highlights of the Cathedral are its chapels, its imposing high altar, the beautiful stained glass windows, the choir or, simply looking at the ceiling and contemplating the finishes, the ribs of the vaults.

The interior of the Cathedral of Seville

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If there is a place that stands out among all the places that we can see in the Cathedral, that is, without a doubt, the main altar, initially designed by Pedro Dancart , 20 meters high by 18 meters wide, divided into 7 vertical lanes, stands out the central double width, 4 bodies high, equipped with a bench in the lower part. Very rich ornamental work with 28 scenes from the life of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary.

But in the year 1550 the council decides that it must have two lateral streets on each side located at right angles attached to the initial set and this originated a new carving work of 16 new reliefs with scenes from the old and the new testament, being a total of 44.

Inside the Cathedral, the main altarpiece is very prominent in the central nave and in a marked Renaissance style, being highly valued within the History of Art. It was carried out in the year 1482 in which artists of the stature of Pedro Dancart, Jorge Fernández Alemán, Roque Balduque and Juan Bautista Vázquez el Viejo participated, who carried out the crucifixion of the Million, in the fifteenth century, and who, in the city, also among others, he made the image of Christ of Burgos. In this altarpiece there is an image of the Virgen de la Sede from the 13th century, who is the patron saint of the Cathedral.

The second phase began in 1550 and was completed in 1564 the work of Roque Balduque, Pedro Becerril, Juan de Villalba and Diego Velázquez, who was not the Sevillian painter although he shares the same name; it was added in 1552 Pedro Bernal, Juan Reclid and Luis del Águila in 1553, in 1554 Pedro de Heredia, Juan López, Andrés López del Castillo and in 1555 the sons of Andrés López del Castillo.

The magnificent Royal Chapel is the “head” of the Cathedral with a characteristic square floor plan with an apse and two side chapels. If we look up we will see the beautiful hemispherical dome and lantern from the period of 1567 and 1569, the work of Hernán Ruiz el Joven.

At this point we find the pantheon with the impressive silver urn of King San Fernando in an exceptional work by Juan Laureano de Pina in baroque style. We also find the tombs of Alfonso X of Castile and his mother, Queen Beatrix of Swabia. We also find the remains of Pedro I of Castile and his wife, Queen María de Padilla, presiding over everything is the ivory image of the Virgen de las Batallas, from the 13th century.

In the altarpiece we find the general patron saint of Seville, the Gothic image of the Virgen de los Reyes, at that time patron saint of the city and the archdiocese.
In the Trasaltar the religious sculptures, of saints, in fired clay, on the shelves and under canopies, are of enormous merit, there are 59 in a combination of styles such as Gothic, Renaissance and Mannerist, work of different stages and artists such as Miguel Perrin, Juan Marin or Diego de Pesquera.

Virgen del Reposo, from 1575, with her sleeping Child, possible authorship of Miguel Perrin in front of the gate of the Royal Chapel, many pregnant women entrust themselves to her so that the birth goes well.

There is a legend that tells us that centuries ago a Jew passed by his feet who blasphemed for being the Virgin the origin of Jesus, it is said that he converted to Christianity and repented of everything he said after which he dedicated himself to spreading the devotion to the Virgen del Reposo and the tradition with future women in labor. For all this she is known as Our Lady of Bienpariese.

Doña María Osorio had a great devotion to her and, for this reason, in 1554 she ordered the construction of a chapel or niche to Our Lady of Rest in the center of this entire area, known as the trasaltar, under it is the chapel of Our Lady of Soterraño .

Impressive is the Choir made with stone walls on three sides and which is located in the fourth and fifth vaults of the central nave and the front is closed with a Renaissance-style grille by Francisco de Salamanca in 1593.

The typical stalls of the Choir have 127 seats with marquetry backs in different types of wood that give the ensemble a particular color scheme. All the reliefs of scenes from the Old and New Testaments are very admirable in them. We can see from sweet expressions to hard, grotesque faces.

On the main planks at the entrance to the choir there are ogival motifs separated by columns topped with pinnacles, very much in the Gothic style.
We have three main positions that are those of the archbishop and his assistants in an exceptional artistic ensemble of carving, in one of them we can read: “This choir was made by Nufro Sánchez entallador… 1475”, as a trace of the passage of one of the craftsmen who worked on them as were master Pedro Dancart or his disciple Juan Alemán who completed the stalls in 1511.

In the Trascoro we find another incredible baroque work by Miguel de Zumárraga in 1619, it was concluded in 1635 after a decade of inactivity and very valuable marbles and jaspers were made, it also has the addition of ornaments, in bronze, reliefs and busts and a Gothic painting of the Virgen de los Remedios that presides over it with marked Italian trend in its invoice.

A jewel is its organ, famous worldwide and in operation with a great maintenance work by the conservators of the Cathedral of Seville. It is the authorship of Aquilino Amezua in 1901 and restored by Gerhard Grenzing in 1996. The previous one belonged to Jordi Bosch i Bernat, destroyed in the collapse of 1888, it was one of the best organs in Europe.

The secret of the organ is that it is not one but two and facing each other, they are two twin instruments that sound from the same keyboard simultaneously, as a curiosity to say that it has 15,000 pipes that give it unparalleled harmony.

There are four Alabaster Chapels, small and very unknown, from 1515, by the master Juan Gil de Hontañón and continued by the architect Diego de Riaño, these are the Chapel of the Immaculate, Chapel of the Incarnation, Chapel of the Virgin of the Star and Chapel of San Gregorio.

The Chapel of the Immaculate has an impressive altarpiece by Juan Martínez Montañés, commissioned by Jerónima Zamudio on February 14, 1628, the widow of the jury Francisco Gutiérrez de Molina. It is an Immaculate Conception , in its realization, and due to a lawsuit due to delays, it was when the famous image maker said: “it will be one of the first things in Spain and the best thing that the aforementioned has done”. The image of the Immaculate Conception presides over the altarpiece inaugurated on December 8, 1631. She is popularly known as La Cieguecita because her eyes seem almost half closed, almost closed.

Symbolically she is a Virgin Girl , 164 centimeters tall with a tunic that is very tight and gathered with a girdle that symbolizes that she is a maiden, highlighting the quality of the work of the mantle with multiple folds. On the head a crown with twelve stars in reference to the twelve tribes of Israel. At his feet, on the base, the faces of three angels on a dragon symbolizes sin. Capilla de la Encarnación has an imposing altarpiece by Francisco de Ocampo y Felguera from 1630 orbiting around The Annunciation, the images of San Juan Bautista, San Juan Evangelista, Santo Domingo, San Francisco and San Antonio draw attention.

In the Chapel of the Virgen de la Estrella we find a Renaissance image of the Virgin, possibly the work of the Gallic Renaissance sculptor Nicolás de León , from 1530; the baroque altarpiece is by Jerónimo Franco from 1695.

The Chapel of San Gregorio has an image of the saint carrying a book, as a curiosity to say that in it you can see the signature of its author Manuel García de Santiago from the 17th century.

In it Altar of Magdalena we find the patronage of Pedro García de Villadiego and his wife Catalina Rodríguez, from 1537, an anecdote that we find is that both appear represented in the altarpiece (much to the taste of the time), as well Don Pedro is next to San Benito and Doña Catalina next to San Francisco.

The motif it represents is The Annunciation in the attic and The Magdalene at the feet of the Risen Christ with paintings by an anonymous disciple of Alejo Fernández from 1537.

The stained glass window by Arnao de Flandes is exceptional, located next to the altar, where we can appreciate, in a colorful way, Saint Sebastian with the face of Emperor Carlos I. A new curiosity in the Cathedral is the duplicity of this altar, since there is another one on the north side of the transept nave of the Cathedral.

In the center of the altarpiece the relief with representation of the Assumption of the Virgin with paintings of San Ildefonso and San Diego de Alcalá. The patrons of the same are found in the banks, they are Juan Cristóbal de la Puebla and his wife who endowed it in 1593.

The Chapel of San Andrés stands out for the impressive carving of the Cristo de la Clemencia by Juan Martínez Montañés , in 1603, or Cristo de los Cálices, and a clear exponent of baroque sculpture, very serene and with the detail of having 4 nails fixing the crucified to the log.

We found the Gothic tombs of Alvar Pérez de Guzmán, his father, his wife, Elvira de Ayala and their son, as well as a painting of, presumably, Lucas Jordán from 1700 in which we can see “The transfer of the Ark of the Covenant” and “The Canticle of the prophetic Mary” in thanksgiving after crossing the Red Sea. In the upper area, there is a copy of the Martyrdom of Saint Andrew, by Juan de Roelas, and the original can be admired in the Seville Museum of Fine Arts.

There are many other points of interest inside the Cathedral but, finally, it could not be done in any other way than visiting the tomb of Christopher Columbus where his remains rest.

His last resting place is from the heights provided by four monumental pages that represent the four kingdoms of Spain that existed during the lifetime of Columbus, these are: Castilla, León, Aragón and Navarra.

The tomb was one of the last additions to the Cathedral, being located in 1899 under the design of the sculptor Arturo Mélida. Few know that, originally, it was located in Cuba , in Havana and was transferred to Seville after the loss of the colonies in 1898.

Columbus died in Valladolid in 1506 being transferred to Seville by order of his brother Diego. In 1542 his remains were transferred to Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), in the Cathedral of Santa María , where they remained for 200 years to go to Cuba until 1898 when they returned to Seville.

The Cathedral of Seville is a monument that is visited by millions of people a year, in the historic center of the city and close to such emblematic places as the Barrio de Santa Cruz or monuments such as the Reales Alcázares or its inseparable Giralda. Contemplating everything it has to offer the visitor is a delight for the eyes and the soul, as could not be less in a temple of this category and significance. A must for every visitor.

Giralda, the Tower of Seville

Giralda Seville

The Giralda is the most characteristic monument of the city of Seville, located next to the Cathedral and being the perfect bell tower of the same.

It has a curious past that has led it to be a stylized symbiosis of Muslim and Christian culture.

The Tower of Seville has an Arab past where it was an old minaret that was located next to the Great Mosque at the end of the 12th century. Thus, two thirds of it are of an Almohad character while the entire upper part is of Christian architecture as it was the base of the bell tower that can be seen today.

Topping off the tower is the sphere on which the most representative element of the tower rests, such as the figure of the Giraldillo . -with dimensions of 7.69 meters- which, really, represents the Triumph of Faith and which is a weather vane, it is precisely the figure that gives its name to the tower, since as a weather vane it rotates and from that rotation, at the mercy of the wind, it is the Giraldillo and from this the Giralda.

You have to know about it that until not too long ago it was the tallest building in Andalusia with its 104.1 meters high . Compared with other monuments in Europe, for comparison, we find that the Tower of Pisa (Pisa, Italy) measures 55.8 meters or Big Ben (London, United Kingdom) which is 96.3 meters.

It has state protection when declared, on December 29, 1928, National Heritage and in 1987 as a World Heritage Site.

Giralda Periods

Giralda Of Seville Seen From Below

Being Seville capital of Al-Andalus we have that a stage is the one in which the construction of the most characteristic buildings of this stage takes place, of it is the main mosque that replaces the one that was in the Plaza del Salvador , it was the century XII, the year 1172.

It was the caliph Abu Yaqub Yusuf who ordered, on May 26, 1184, the construction of the mosque’s minaret. With the death of Yusuf, the project continues under the mandate of his son and new caliph, Abu Yúsuf al-Mansur (Muminin).

On August 10, 1184 , the original project that was to keep the minaret connected to the walls of the citadel was continued. In its foundations there was a depth of 3.60 meters that today is visible the part of 3 meters of masonry that comes out of the sidewalk plus a series of marble altars from Roman times that are very visible at its base.

Around March 2, 1188 and February 18, 1189, the works stopped when Ibn Saíd, who was the almojarife in charge of recording expenses, was dismissed and Abu Bakr replaced him. The contribution of the master builder Ali al-Gumari (Alí de Gomara) and the death of Ibn Basó stand out in the construction. At this time it was decided to continue with the works of the minaret with brick from the stone plinth, although there were many interruptions in its construction.

would be the June 19, 1195 when the emir Abu Yaacub al-Mansur defeated the Castilian king Alfonso VIII in Alarcos and on his return to the city, he ordered the placement of some large gilt bronze spheres that finished off the upper part of the minaret, being placed on March 10, 1198.

These were the popular “four apples”, the yâmûr , which were inserted into a log and whose brightness was said to be seen from 40 kilometers away.

The Giralda Bodies

Giraldillo Of Seville

Among the bodies, the first one stands out with 50.51 meters high and a square floor plan of 13.61 meters wide. The second body was 14.39 meters high and its floor plan was square, 6.83 meters wide, topped with a dome and on top of it the yâmûr

When the city was conquered by Ferdinand III “the Saint”, in 1248, it was decided to consecrate the mosque as a Christian temple and replace the yâmûr in the tower to put a cross and, under it, a weather vane, although it is true that the yâmûr it was not withdrawn.

On the occasion of the earthquake of August 24, 1356 , the belfry with the “four apples” fell and it was decided to put a bell and a cross in its place, since it was already the original bell tower.

As a curiosity, it should be noted that the tower, the minaret , was about to be demolished because it does not appear in the original plan -the only one that is preserved of the cathedral- in which it did not appear but was not destroyed for two reasons: economy and rush to inaugurate the Christian temple.

Another curious detail is that the Giralda was decorated by a series of paintings such as the frescoes by Luis de Vargas dating from 1553 to 1558, so under the first balcony we find the Annunciation (north face), in the areas of stucco that escort to that balcony we would find San Isidoro and San Leandro and the Saints Justa and Rufina to the other. Above Christ Crucified with the Virgin Mary and Saint John the Evangelist as well as other paintings of saints.

It has also been discovered, in recent restorations, that it had polychrome decorations with reddish tones that would have been lost over time.

Hernán Ruiz would be in charge, in 1556, of replacing Martín Gaiza and that he would renovate the tower by adding a body of bells.

It is said that the Giralda has other twin towers like the one found in Marrakech, Koutoubia or Rabat, but these are made of masonry and the Giralda is made of bricks.

bell names

Giralda Bell Of Seville

Among the bodies of the Giralda we have:

  • 1.- Body of bells.
  • 2.- Clock body.
  • 3.- Body of the stars.
  • 4.- Body of the carambolas.
  • 5.- Plume.
  • 6.- Sphere.
  • 7.- Giraldillo.

You can also read the legend or inscription: “TURRIS (E) – FORTISSIMA (S) – NOMEN DNI (O)- PROVERB” (“The strongest tower is the Name of the Lord”).

Striking with the jars of lilies, the work of the foundryman Bartolomé Morel on February 28, 1568, made of iron and bronze, designed by Hernán Ruiz inspired by an artifact to study the winds called aeolipiles.

All the bells of the Giralda they have a name, there are 24 in total, 18 of them with tumbling, 6 with clappers and it is the cathedral that has the most bells in Spain; 13 have male names, the holy men: San José, San Sebastián, San Laureano, San Isidoro, San Hermenegildo, San Juan, San Pablo, San Pedro, San Fernando, San Juan Bautista, Santiago, San Cristóbal and San Miguel); 9 of women: Santa Cecilia, Santa Justa, Santa Rufina, Santa Lucía, Santa Florentina, Santa Bárbara, Santa Inés, Santa Catalina and Santa María la Mayor); the remaining two are those of All Saints and the Holy Cross.

The largest of all, that of Santa María la Mayor , weighs 5,362 kg and the smallest, that of Santa Cecilia, 138 kg. The oldest bell is from the 15th century (that of Santiago is from 1438), the most modern six that were recast in 1998.

José Gestoso in “The venerable image of the Virgen del Olmo with historical news from the tower of the holy Cathedral Church where it is located”, which reads as follows:

“From this part begins the Greco-Roman work that consists of three architectural bodies, the first has its four facades the same width as the tower, it is where the bells are located. Inside, under the middle arch that looks north, and is the main face, is the Mayor, called Santa María ; and behind him, on the front facing south, is the second, called San Miguel, in the same way. In the four angles, there are as many in this way: to the right of the Mayor, Santiago; to the left, Santa Cruz. The others, on the north façade, Santa Ruina, San Hermenegildo; the Mayor, Saint John the Baptist and Saint Lucia; in the east, San José, San Laureano, San Pedro, San Juan Evangelista and Santa Inés. At noon, Santa Bárbara, San Isidoro, San Miguel, San Pablo and Santa Cecilia; to the West, Santa Justa, San Fernando, San Cristóbal, San Sebastián and Santa Florentina. The Clock is called San Miguel de las Victorias , and completes the number of the twenty-five; and in one of the four arches that have the second body, which is where it is, is also the Matraca, which is played only on Holy Thursday, Friday and Saturday”.

Replicas of the Giralda

Giraldillo Of Seville Replica

We find replicas of the Giralda in the Tarragona town of Arbós, Carmona, in Badajoz, in Kansas, in Miami, the disappeared one in New York (United States), Leuven (Belgium) or in San Juan de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico).

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What to see and do in Seville

What to see and do in Seville

What to see and do in Seville

When you come to visit Seville, you will quickly realize that it is a city full of colour, culture, works of art and delicious gastronomy. In fact, here you can enjoy some of the most important monuments in Spain; and all this, imbued in a simply wonderful environment.

If you are eager to know the main tourist attractions of Seville, then we will share with you the best plans you can do in Seville today.

What to see in Seville in one, two and three days

What to do in Seville

Essential places to visit Seville

As you can see , there are hundreds of plans to do in Seville , but if you are only going to see Seville in one, two or three days, you cannot leave without visiting these places.

Seville Cathedral

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Seville Cathedral is really special. And it is so big that it occupies the 3rd place in the ranking of “Largest Cathedrals in the world”, and its construction lasted 100 years. It has no less than 15 doors on all four sides and each side has a unique relief. And as if that were not enough, the interior is amazing, of a special beauty. The Gothic-style altar is particularly striking; which is, without a doubt, a true work of art.

The Royal Palace of Seville, the Real Alcazar

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The Real Alcazar of Seville is a huge building, right in the center of the city, located next to the Cathedral. The complex consists of a wide variety of gardens and halls built in different styles, such as Moorish, Baroque and Gothic. You also have the opportunity to see the interior and even some of the rooms are open to tourists.

The only negative point is that if you visit Seville during the high season, you will probably have to queue for a few hours. However, if you hire our tour guide services we will take care of buying the tickets in advance so that you can enter without having to queue , in addition, you will have the company of an expert who will reveal all the secrets and curiosities that this beautiful place.

Spain Square

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If we had to propose a single place to visit in Seville, it would undoubtedly be this one. The Plaza de España in Seville was built for the 1929 Universal Exhibition and manages to harmoniously combine a variety of styles and periods with naturalness and authenticity.

This architectural complex is in the shape of a semicircle, it has a canal, crossed by 4 bridges (representing the 4 ancient kingdoms of Spain), a large artesian fountain in the middle and a palace decorated entirely with colored ceramics. Inside there are 48 niches (like ceramic and concrete benches), each of which represents a region of Spain.

Each area is covered with ceramics, like a painting, depicting aspects of that region’s history. It is a place of extraordinary beauty.

Maria Luisa Park

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I can easily say that this is one of the most beautiful parks in a European city. The exotic mixture will transport you to another era, due to the carriages that walk through alleys, palm trees and fountains with water games.

If you have more time, cycle through the Maria Luisa park and visit it. Is very large.

You cannot miss our guided tour of the secrets of Plaza España and María Luisa Park

Triana Bridge

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The walk over the Triana Bridge is worth it, for the panorama of the Guadalquivir River and the buildings on the seafront. There are hundreds of locks on the bridge, so if you go as a couple, you can take a lock that symbolizes the eternal love between you. At the end of the bridge, in the direction of Triana, there is a small chapel with beautiful architecture.

Triana, the neighborhood of artists

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The Triana neighborhood is known as a gypsy neighborhood (in the best sense of the word). The gypsies with their passion for singing and dancing gave birth to flamenco music and later made it the most popular style of music in the region. It all started here. In the alleys of the neighborhood, in the narrow and tall buildings, covered with ceramics, from which the music resounds.

The streets are quiet, clean, with flowers on the balconies, and the bars and restaurants compete in their good food. It is a neighborhood where people are proud of their identity, to the point of saying that they are “Trianos” not “Sevillanos”.

What plans to make a weekend in Seville?

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You don’t know what to do on a Sunday in Seville? Well, we propose a plan. Enjoy a guided tour of the mythical neighborhood of Triana tasting the most select tapas of the region accompanied by a flamenco art show . A memory for life of the gastronomic and cultural roots of Seville.

Triana Market

The first place you will notice as soon as you cross the Isabela Bridge from the historic center to Triana is this covered square on the right. It doesn’t seem very big, but inside there are dozens of stalls with a good selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, cheeses, Iberian ham, seafood, among many other ingredients and foods.

It does not rise to the level of the “Boquería” Market in Barcelona or the “San Antón” Market in Madrid, but this market offers something different. For example, there are daily “cooking classes”: just look for the Andalusian Cooking Workshop, and the course also includes a tour of the market with tastings and descriptions. In addition, the ceramic tiles of each stall give it a special, bohemian air that is different from any market.

Ceramic centers in Triana

Santa Ana Street is full of pottery workshops. Here you can also enjoy the beautiful Museum of Ceramics of Triana, a modern place dedicated to this ancient craft. Likewise, you can take a daily tour with explanations about the history of ceramics and how it has been interpreted over the years. In addition, it has the advantage that it is a cheap museum, since the entrance fee is 2 euros.

Betis Street

If you want to enjoy some of the best bars in the city, we recommend Calle Betis, the street that will take you along the river in Triana, with traditional and contemporary bars and restaurants.

This is the area of the city where the locals hang out with friends and the whole street turns into one big party. The street is lined with colorful, baroque-style buildings, some of which date back to the 16th century. In addition, it has the advantage that the atmosphere is extremely pleasant at any time of the year.

Metropol Parasol

If you are in Seville, you must visit this artistic complex, popularly known as “Los fungi” or “Los champiñones”; It is a site that stands out for its special architecture, large, located in the center of the city (so it will be very easy to include it in an itinerary). And, in fact, it is considered by many tourists to be one of the best viewpoints I have seen in Europe; Since, from its upper part, you can admire the panorama of the city and, of course, get some of the best photographs of your trip to Seville.

The Alameda

The reality is that, for much of the year, we will find many tourists in Seville; plus, generally speaking, the city is quite small and concentrated, so you can’t get rid of them easily.

The good news is that, likewise, you can enjoy places like the Alameda, where the locals usually go for walks and shop (the city center is 100% focused on tourism), instead, here is the area trendy hippy of the city, where we can find vintage boutiques, bookstores, graffiti on every corner, art galleries and many other attractions.

If you want to see another side of the city, stop by the “Alameda de Hércules” park as a point of reference. Locals gather here at night, in its bars or tapas restaurants. In general, these are conceptual bars, without pretensions and with fair prices.

Flamenco Museum

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The Flamenco Museum explains the history, origins and evolution of the flamenco style, from techniques to costumes, etc. It is located 400 meters from Seville Cathedral, in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood. Honestly, it’s worth it, especially if you consider yourself passionate and want to know more, see paintings, old clothes, etc. In addition, in the surrounding restaurants and bars, you can enjoy a flamenco show with music and dance, which is undoubtedly something to feel and experience. The museum is small and its cost is 10 euros per person.

Santa Cruz neighborhood

If you have visited the Cathedral or the Alcázar you have already entered the “Santa Cruz” neighborhood. This is one of the most charming neighborhoods in the city, the former Jewish ghetto. It is a maze of narrow streets, between historic mansions painted white and yellow. The purpose of the labyrinth was to keep shade and confuse those who were not welcome, making it a place where it is easy to get lost.

The streets lead you to many small squares guarded by oranges, as well as local shops and tapas bars. Three of these squares that we recommend you visit are: Plaza Doña Elvira, Plaza Alfaro and Plaza de la Alianza (however, remember that it is easy to get lost).

The doors of the mansions that you will find in the area have art nuveau models, many of them with sections made of wrought iron and where you can take a look at the patio, see artesian wells and smell the aroma of jasmine. The alleys are full of authentic souvenir shops and small boutiques, where you can practically find anything.

golden tower

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This tower can be seen from any point on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, and was built by the Arabs to function as a prison in the 13th century. It looks like a small dome, with 12 sides and a gold-plated roof. Unfortunately, it is not as high as other points in the city to offer a spectacular view, however, if you are a lover of culture and history, we recommend you pay a visit. Inside it houses the Naval Museum, so you will see something extra, if you pay 3 euros for the ticket, not only the panorama of the city.

If you want to take a boat ride on the river, here is one of the boat stops.

City Hall and Av. of the Constitution

Seville is an open-air museum and this area proves it, as it is ideal for all architecture enthusiasts. Sometimes just walking around the city is enough to admire the beauty of its streets and buildings. And some architectural gems that you will probably love will be found in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. One of them is the Town Hall, a huge building in the Renaissance style of the 16th century, with an exuberant decoration that embodies mythical, vegetal, heraldic and historical characters.

The second building that we recommend you visit is the “Edificio de la Adriatica” and it is on the other side of the street, on Av de la Constitución. It is a unique building, with a surprising façade, in an eclectic style, which you will surely want to photograph.

Saint Francis Square

The Plaza de San Francisco, throughout history, has been considered one of the most important monuments in the city.

When you are in Seville, sooner or later you will find it, so you can easily enjoy the beautiful panorama of its buildings. Some of them that we recommend are: the rear facade of the town hall, the Laredo building and the Old Court building.

Ethnographic Museum of Seville

This museum is a little treasure! Housed in a Mujedar-style palace, there are no less than 25 rooms on 3 floors. My favorite collections were the lace and embroidery by Díaz Velázquez, the antique furniture, the rooms with ornaments and popular clothing, the flamenco dresses and the collection of fans. The museum is very beautiful and rich. You can even see how the locals lived and worked in different historical periods.

Arqueologic Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Seville has three floors and numerous rooms. In the basement there are ten rooms with an exhibition of testimonies from various societies that existed in the region of the current province of Seville in Prehistory.

The eighteen rooms on the ground floor refer to Roman times, Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages and end in the early modern period.

While upstairs, there are temporary exhibitions. It is a spacious museum and the exhibits are well preserved. The statues and mosaics are really beautiful.

What to see and do in Seville with children

Any of the activities that you will find on our website are ideal to do with children, we also have reduced prices and even free for the little ones in the house.



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We propose you to discover the Guadalquivir River: a great river that is thousands of years old, romantic and legendary, the river of the conquerors of America, the only navigable river in Spain.

Know the other side of Seville, from the side of the river where it was born. Travel through the history of the city through its bridges.

The old Betis river is the natural border between Seville and Triana. It is the most visited natural monument in Seville.

From this mythical river departed the ships that would discover the New World and where the first voyage around the world, known as Magellan’s voyage, ended.

Enjoy a panoramic cruise. One hour of navigation looking at the classic and modern Seville, discovering the Isla de la Cartuja and the site of the 1992 Universal Exposition.

The river cruise, extensively narrated in Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, German and Italian, will complete your experience in Seville.


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  • Sightseeing boat tour in Seville.
  • Cruise available all the year Mon – Tue – Wed – Thu – Fri – Sat – Sun.
  • Ticket valid for one hour cruise between the first pass at 11:00 am and the last pass at 7:00 pm.

From 11:00 am to 7:00 pm at P.º Alcalde Marqués del Contadero, s/n, 41001 Sevilla (next to The Golden Tower).

1 hour Boat Trip.

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Seville hosts many cultural gems, from the charm of its walled corners to the beauty of its natural landscapes or the irresistible hospitality of its people.

With its history of excellence in dance, music and art, it is not surprising that the city of Seville has become a coveted tourist destination and a perfect place to see good flamenco shows.

With our flamenco show located in the heart of Seville, you can experience the power of flamenco in a unique way.

You will enjoy a unique spectacle in Spain, with the best singers, guitarists and dancers of the moment, in the city where flamenco was born.

Our flamenco show is a great experience for those who want to enjoy the most emotional art of Seville and feel the strength of flamenco.

The show has a duration of one hour and you can watch the show every day from Monday to Sunday at 6:30 p.m.

There is also an option to book a VIP seat and have a meeting with the artists or taste Iberian tapas and pincho de tortilla during the show.


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At Street Francos 19, Sevilla, if you choose the premium option, please contact us 24 hours before the tour.

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We will discover a Baroque jewel located in the Santa Cruz quarter of Seville, the Hospital de los Venerables, founded by Justino de Neves for retired and sick canons in the 17th century.

Our tour begins with a short guided walk through the Barrio de Santa Cruz that will take us to its most famous monument.

To begin with, we will enter its beautiful halt and the watchman’s house which gives direct access to the beautiful cloister and with it to the central work of the hospital which is the Church of Los Venerables, where you can enjoy the paintings that decorate its walls dedicated to San Fernando and made by the painter Valdés Leal and his son Lucas Valdés, all completed with the beautiful sculptural works of Martínez Montañes and Pedro Roldán, remembered as the greatest baroque image makers of Seville.

After the visit to the temple, we will walk through the courtyard of Doña Elvira, which inspired José Zorilla to create Don Juan Tenorio.

After our journey through Spanish literature, we will visit the Velázquez Centre where we will be able to enjoy great works of art from the 17th century that tell the story of the religiousness experienced in the city during the Baroque period, portrayed by artists such as Velázquez, Murillo, Zurbarán and Pacheco.

Finally, we will go up a wonderful staircase that maintains an exceptional Mudejar coffered ceiling to go to the baroque library and the centre of contemporary painting, which will end our journey through time in this magnificent enclave.

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Visit of the Hospital de los Venerables.
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Doñana National Park from Seville

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Private excursion to Doñana National Park from Seville


Our excursion to Doñana will start from Seville in the company of one of our specialized guides to enjoy a wonderful day of nature.

Our first stop will be the Seville town of Puebla del Río, at the door of the Doñana marshes. Completely crossed by the Guadalquivir River in this municipality we find one of the best preserved olive groves in the area, the Dehesa de Abajo. This place is home to the largest colony of white storks in Europe that take advantage of the treetops and the nearby La Rianzuela lagoon to nest. The small elevation of this dehesa over the marsh is ideal for observing hundreds of birds in their natural habitat and the flat landscape of the marsh.

“La Dehesa de Abajo in the Doñana region, is home to the largest colony of white storks in Europe and a well preserved forest of wild olive trees”

Each year the marshes provide shelter to approximately 200,000 individuals of more than 300 different bird species, making this the most important natural area on the European continent. The area is also the largest rice field in Spain in terms of planted area, and the one with the highest productivity thanks to the high summer temperatures and the water available in its surroundings thanks to the Guadalquivir. Its peculiar geography and landscape has been the scene of famous films such as the award-winning film Isla Mínima.

Leaving the rice fields behind, we will continue our tour until we reach the northern area of the Doñana National Park, and stop to visit the village of El Rocío, famous throughout the country for its pilgrimage. A village evocative of other times in Andalusia where a typical Andalusian atmosphere of past centuries is recreated, as if it were a journey back in time with its sandy streets crossed by horses and people on foot.

The excursion will travel through the village until it reaches the famous Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora del Rocío, in its popular Ermita, where more than a million people gather every year to participate in one of the most important religious pilgrimages on the planet.

“The village of El Rocío receives every year more than one million visitors during the celebration of the pilgrimage”

After visiting the village of El Rocío we will visit the Acebrón Palace next to the Arroyo de la Rocina and there we will be able to discover another of Doñana’s ecosystems: the forest in gallery. We will make a circular hiking route while interpreting animal tracks and we will know some endemic plant species of this natural environment. At the end of this path, and a short break for lunch tasting the typical gastronomy of the area, we will go to the next ecosystem of our visit: the beach.

With more than 30 kilometres, Doñana beach is the longest virgin beach in Spain, stretching from the famous town of Matalascañas to the mouth of the Guadalquivir River off the coast of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. We will know in a small tour, its peculiar mobile dunes where we will be able to observe flora and fauna characteristic of this ecosystem. Also, if the weather is good, you will be able to enjoy a refreshing bath that will be very rewarding. Don’t forget to bring your bathing clothes if you visit us in summer!

In the middle of the afternoon we will start our return to Seville, crossing in our 4×4, the wooded area of the Doñana National Park, in order to see some of the large mammals that inhabit it such as the deer, the fox or the wild boar, and try to see the icon of the park; the famous Iberian lynx.

Remember also that we do two day tours from Seville to Doñana National Park with one night’s accommodation included and that this tour is available to be taken privately with anyone you wish.

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1-2 person
416,00 €
3 people
451,00 €
4 people
522,00 €
5 people
604,00 €
6 people
645,00 €
7 people
721,00 €
8 people
789,00 €
Another group (max 12 people)
990,00 €


Cancellations made within 48 hours of the start of the activity, 100% refund. Cancellations made between 48 and 24 hours before the start of the activity, 50% refund. Cancellations made less than 24 hours before, no refund.

If you wish, you can consult our FAQ section by clicking here.

Regular tours every day of the week, you can check availability kn the booking calendar. Booking available 10 hours before the start time, if tou need to book in less time call us at +654 871 750.

About 10 hours

Professional guide.

Private transport to Seville adm back.

Guided tour through the differeng ecosystems of the National Park.

Route in 4×4 through areas of Doñana with restricted access.

Spanish, English. For other languages, please contact us.

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Pueblos Blancos and Ronda
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Private excursion to the Pueblos Blancos and Ronda from Seville


This private excursion will start from Seville, Cordoba or Cadiz, from where we will depart to the White Villages and Ronda. A customizable itinerary for those who want to know at their own pace the nature, the andalusian culture and the beautiful landscapes of the Sierras of Cadiz and Malaga.

The route to the White Villages runs along the old border between the medieval kingdoms of Castille and Granada, which is why during our journey if we leave from Seville or Cadiz we can see old watchtowers and fortresses as the Castle of the Aguzaderas located in the municipality of El Coronil, a landscape of countryside that will change from the plain to the mountain.

From there, we will move to Zahara de la Sierra, in the province of Cadiz, within the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, a protected area of great ecological value. We will walk through its narrow streets, enjoy its beautiful views and visit an olive oil mill dedicated to the extraction and production of olive oil. Our visitors will be able to taste this delicious delicacy and purchase any of its products.

The excursion continues to the mountains of the Sierra de Grazalema, which is a mountainous area of extraordinary scenic, geological and botanical interest. A natural environment where the Pinsapar and its Mediterranean forest stand out, which happens to be the place where it rains most in Spain. If you prefer we can also visit the location of Setenil de las Bodegas, a village built inside the rocks.

Our destination later will be one of the most significant white villages of Andalusia, Grazalema, which gives its name to the mountain range itself. We will enjoy this beautiful village and its impressive views towards the mountains. In Grazalema we will take a break to enjoy its gastronomy in one of the typical bars of the area.

Finally, we will go to the mythical and romantic city of Ronda, in a trip characterized by the impressive views of the Ronda mountains and by the flight of the vultures. The Alameda, the Puente Nuevo, the Paseo de los Toreros and the Tajo are some of the most important points of the city.

Our guide will explain you the most important historical and cultural details of Ronda and will also accompany you if you wish to visit the places you like best.

Once we have finished our visit to Ronda we will set off again where we will arrive after having enjoyed a beautiful day discovering the nature, history and culture of the White Villages of Andalusia.

Remember that, if you wish, in this customizable tour we can stay more or less time in each place or visit another town such as Arcos de la Frontera. The recommended departure time is around 9 am but we can also choose the time that suits you best.

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Private 1-2 pax
439,00 €
private 3 people
469,00 €
private 4 people
572,00 €
private 5 people
655,00 €
private 6 people
707,00 €
private 7 people
797,00 €
private 8 people
874,00 €
private 9 people
979,00 €
private 10 people
1.067,00 €
Extra person
55,00 €



  • Regular tour every day of the week, you can check availability in the booking calendar.
  • Booking available until 10h before the start time, if you need to book less time call us at +34 654 871 750.

Meeting time and place

We will pick you up at your accommodation or hotel.


About 10 hours.

What does it include?

  • Professional guide.
  • transport from Seville and back.
  • Access to a traditional oil mill.
  • Guided visit to the white villages of Zahara de la Sierra, Grazalema and Ronda or if you want we can vary and include other villages.

Languages available

Spanish, English. For other languages, please contact us.

In Naturanda we offer you the possibility of carrying out all our activities, excursions and visits for private groups. For more details, please contact us and we will give you a personalised quote.

If you wish, you can consult our FAQ section by clicking here.

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