Join this fascinating tour of mediaeval Seville and feel as if you have stepped into a time machine as you explore the many beautiful landmarks that date back to many long gone ages of this city’s history. Seville is an inextricable mix of the legacies of all its different rulers, from its Moorish past to its Catholic years. On this tour you will be able to learn about all the different cultures and ethnicities that governed or simply inhabited this fabulous city over time.
On the one hand, you will be able to scour the surroundings of the breath-taking Cathedral and the Real Alcazar, two of Seville’s most iconic landmarks. You will also get to know the mythical Santa Cruz Quarter, one of the most charming areas of the city, known historically for being Seville’s Jewish quarter. With its narrow streets and romantic squares, it in in this amazing neighbourhood that you will learn all sorts of interesting stories and legends about its former Jewish inhabitants and discover the legacies of this community that have endured over time even after being expelled from Spain in the Catholic cleansing of 1492.
You will also explore some of the most renowned Moorish streets, filled with mesmerizing arabesque architecture. And to top it all off you will discover the legacy left behind by the Catholic ruling of this city, most notably the Cathedral, the Alcazar’s Courtyard of Flags and much more. Join us and delve into the history of Seville.
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