Private tour Historical Seville
Private tour Seville / From the Phoenicians to the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929. A visit to learn about the history of the city since its foundation. From the 11th century B.C. to the present. A summary of the history of Seville during a walk through the most interesting areas.
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Fixed fee per group
- 133,10€ (VAT incl.)
- Tower of Gold
- Archive of the Indies
- Royal Alcázar
- Seville Cathedral
- Santacruz Quarter
- Plaza de España
- 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.
- Radioguides (not required but recommended for larger groups of 7 people; € 1 per person).
How do you book?
The reservation module is accessed through the “Book now” button. After receiving the request I will confirm my availability.
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.
Tower of Gold
We will start the tour in the area of the river and the Tower of Gold, tower belonging to the Alcazar’s defensive shell. We will talk about the origin of the city and the different historical periods and the numerous civilizations that left their mark on Seville.
Archive of the Indies
Erected as Casa Lonja de Mercaderes at the end of the 16th century, the building of the current Archivo de Indias has also been a World Heritage Site since 1987, as is the Seville Cathedral and the Royal Alcazar. We will know its history and the reasons for its construction.
Seville Cathedral, The largest gothic cathedral in the world. We will talk about its construction on the old Aljama Mosque of Isbiliya, the Almohad Seville. Also of the historical context around which it was decided to erect this majestic cathedral.
Santa Cruz Quarter
The Jewish Quarter of Seville and the most characteristic neighborhood of the city. We will walk through its streets to understand the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries in Seville, individuals given the coexistence of the 3 cultures in Andalusia: Muslims, Jews and Christians.
Plaza de España
Built in the twentieth century and to represent the epicenter of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929 we will discover the Plaza de España. Immense, bright, colorful. It was the main place and represents the embrace that the Kingdom of Spain gives to its former colonies as a symbol of brotherhood.