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Hop On Hop Off Seville

Whether you have 24 or 48 hours only in Seville, you want to make the most of your time and explore it all! With Seville hop-on hop-off bus tickets, you'll soon be exploring this stunning city in detail. Make no mistake, however long you have, you'll find plenty to keep you occupied. You'll get free access to several museums and galleries. Walking tours and discounts to many other places. Just hop on and soak up the mix of Mudéjar and Baroque architecture. Immerse yourself into the world of flamenco and well just hop off where it suits! And then there are always upgrades you can add in including a river cruise. Seville is a city of winding streets, stunning architecture and orange blossom courtyards. Hop on, go and discover it all.
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Our tips for Hop On Hop Off

  • Getting ahead. When taking a Seville hop-on hop-off tour it is good to do some forward planning. So take the time to work out your route, what you want to see. You'll soon find that it'll enhance your experience.
  • Stay hydrated. Spring or Summer, if you are sitting out and the sun is blazing down, you'll need to keep hydrated. Also, make sure to put sunscreen on and protect yourself. You're on holiday after all.
  • Enjoy the flexibility. While sightseeing around Seville, make the most of the hop-on hop-off tour by enjoying the flexibility of hopping on and off as you please.

Good to know

The fourth largest city in Spain, Seville attracts tourists from all over the world for its unique culture, art, music, dance and local cuisine. Seville is the birthplace of not only flamenco but also tapas. Apart from tapas, some must-try local delicacies include paella, salmorejo, gazpacho and pescaíto frito.

If you like a drink, then Seville is the place for you! Back in 2018, there were reported to be around 4000 bars. Drink up, there's more the discover. Breakfast is best served NOT at home! It's a known fact that Sevillian people tend to eat breakfast outside their homes.

Feria de Abril or the April Fair is one of the biggest festivals in which locals get dressed in traditional attire and indulge in a week-long celebration of music and dance.

Seville Cathedral or Catedral de Santa María de la Sede is one of the most sought-after landmarks in Seville that also doubles up as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is home to the grave of Christopher Columbus.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book Seville hop-on hop-off bus tour?

    If you are going to pick a time to visit Seville then Spring is a perfect time. The weather is pleasant at this time of the year and there are plenty of festivals and other activities taking place.

  • Q: How do I get around on Seville hop-on hop-off bus?

    With the Seville hop-on hop-off bus tours you can use any of the stops on-route. Like somewhere, then you can hop-off at your convenience and just enjoy this stunning city.

  • Q: How many days are enough to explore Seville?

    It depends on your personal preference and the choice of attractions that you want to visit. We recommend spending at least 3-4 days to immerse yourself fully in the city’s culture.

  • Q: What is Seville hop-on hop-off bus tour and how does it work?

    A bus tour in Seville offers you the convenience and flexibility to disembark at the nearest designated stop and explore the city at your own pace. With no tour guide, you have the freedom to set your own itinerary and choose which attractions to visit. All the stops are strategically located at major attractions, making your touring experience hassle-free. Once you're ready to continue, simply return to a designated bus stop, show your pass, and hop back on the bus to head toward your next destination. You can even make a whole loop of the route to familiarize yourself with the city and pick out your favorite places to visit during your stay in Seville.

  • Q: What are some popular attractions covered in a hop-on hop-off tour in Seville?

    Seville sightseeing bus tours cover key attractions and landmarks including Seville Cathedral and Giralda Bell Tower, Real Alcázar and its beautiful gardens, Plaza de España, Triana neighborhood, Maria Luisa Park, Metropol Parasol, Macarena neighborhood, Torre del Oro, Archivo de Indias, among others.

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