Stroll around the nooks and crannies of the Jew neighbourhood and check out the top spots in town
Set your eyes on a bunch of special artefacts at the Taurino Museum
See the city from a different side as you take a boat cruise along the Guadalquivir River
Start off in Santa Cruz, the former Jewish Quarter. Wander through this maze of narrow streets, cool alleys and sunny plazas leading to the gorgeous Plaza de los Venerables with its beautifully restored 17th century hospital.
Next we'll continue the sightseeing tour with a visit to Real Alcazar, a splendid palace built in the Mudejar style by Pedro I in the 14th century. We'll also stop to admire the cathedral, which is the final resting place of Christopher Colombus.
In the city centre, we'll pass by the university, which was the once a vast tobacco factory, the Palace of San Telmo, the Torre del Oro, the Bridge of Isabel II and the Basilica of la Macarena. Then you'll have free time to make your own arrangements for lunch.
In the afternoon, we'll visit the fascinating Bullfighting Museum at the Real Maestranza with its collection of bullfighting memorabilia and oil paintings. Enjoy a tour of the popular neighbourhood of Triana, traditional home to bullfighters, seafarers and potters, and a renowned stronghold of flamenco before boarding a river cruiser for a wonderful boat trip down the Guadalquivir.
1. Plaza de los Venerables
2. Royal Alcazars of Seville
3. Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See
4. University of Seville
5. Palace of San Telmo
6. Torre del Oro
7. Puente de Isabel II
8. Basilica of La Macarena
9. Bullfighting Museum at the Real Maestranza
1 small bottle of water per person
travel inspiration from guidebook
Seville Best Things to Do – Home of Tapas and Flamenco