Full Day Seville
Full Day Seville. A full day to know the most interesting areas and monuments of the city: Reales Alcázares, Seville Cathedral, Santa Cruz Quarter or Plaza de España. A visit to know Seville in depth.
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Fixed fee per group
- 326,70€ (VAT incl.)
Full Day Seville
- Royal Alcázar
- Seville Cathedral
- Santacruz Quarter
- Plaza de España
- Monumental zone
- El Arenal Quarter
- Tower of Gold
- Official Accredited Guide.
- Pick up at hotel or apartment (provided it is in the historic center) up to 30 minutes before starting the guided tour.
- Entrance tickets to monuments.
- Radioguides (needed for groups larger of 7 people; 1€ per person).
Ticket prices to monuments
11.5€ adults, 3€ students under 25 and pensioners over 65 (original documents must be shown when accessing monuments), free for children under 16 years. For the online reservation on the Alcázar website, 1€ is added for each ticket.
10€ adults, 5€ students under 25 and pensioners over 65 (original documents must be shown when accessing monuments), free for children under 14 years. For the online reservation on the Seville Cathedral website, 1€ is added for each management.
The reservation module is accessed through the “Book now” button. After receiving the request I will confirm my availability.
Are tickets to monuments included in the price of the visit?
No. We will agree to book tickets on the official websites of the monuments on the preferred day and time for the guided tour.
Is it price per person?
No. It is a fixed price for the entire private group (up to 30 people).
Do you have availability?
I will confirm my availability after receiving the reservation request. If I am not available on that date, we are a large team of official guides so there will be no problem to find a colleague available.
Currently made up of the Gothic Palace, the Mudéjar Palace, the House of Trade and its 7 hectares of gardens, the Royal Alcázar is an ancient Arab fortress of the 10th century. Used and expanded by Christian kings from the time of the conquest of the City for Christianity. The word Alcazar means fortified house in Arabic. A wonderful place where Game of Thrones or movies like “1492 The conquest of paradise” has been filmed.
The Seville Cathedral is one of the most important and particular in Europe. This church houses in its interior the tomb of Columbus, hundreds of works of art of enormous sculptural and pictorial value and also the largest altarpiece of Christianity. The bell tower, which the Sevillians call Giralda, was in the past days minaret of the old Aljama Mosque of Isbiliya.
Santa Cruz Quarter
The old Jewish quarter of Seville. We will enter its alleys and visit the romantic squares that make up this characteristic Sevillian neighborhood. During the visit we will discover how the Jews lived and their relationship with the Christians. We will see the places where ancient synagogues emerged and the transformations suffered over the centuries.
Plaza de España
One of the most beautiful places in Seville is the Plaza de España. Immense, bright, colorful, this wonderful site represented Spain during the Ibero-American Exhibition in 1929, of which it was the epicenter. It symbolizes the embrace that the Kingdom of Spain gives to what one day were its overseas colonies.
In the most monumental area of Seville we will see buildings such as the Tobacco Factory, the Alfonso XIII Hotel, the San Telmo Palace, typical Sevillian squares such as the Puerta de Jerez or some pavilions of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, among others.
El Arenal Quarter
El Arenal is the neighborhood where exactly the old port of the Indies was located, from where the ships left for America. In it we will discover the Charity Hospital, the Bullring and even the old shipyards.
Tower of Gold
The Tower of Gold is one of the symbols of Seville. Built by the Almohads before the Christian conquest of the city, it was a tower belonging to the defensive shell of the Alcazar wall system. We will also discover the Tower of Silver, something more hidden from view of visitors, and the Mint.