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Tour of the Jewish quarter of Seville and cruise through the Guadalquivir

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    1 HOURS

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    • Start time: 09:00, Finish time: 11:30
    • Start time: 11:00, Finish time: 19:00
    • Start time: 11:00, Finish time: 22:00
    • Start time: 19:00
    • Start time: 21:30

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    • Tour of the Jewish quarter of Seville and cruise through the Guadalquivir,
    • Torre del Oro, Paseo Alcalde Marqués del Contadero
    Seville, Spain,

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Not only is Seville one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, it is one that is always simply brimming with life and cheer. The charm of its local inhabitants will make you feel at home and the stunning designs of its architectural wonders will make you not want to leave.

Begin the tour with an exciting sightseeing trip thanks to which you will become acquainted with all the most emblematic monuments of Seville, such as the University; the Old Tobacco Factory, backdrop of the story of Carmen, immortalized by Bizet’s famous opera; the San Telmo Palace; the Golden Tower; the Isabel II Bridge; and the Macarena Basilica. What’s more, you will also be invited to see the famous Plaza de Espana, centrepiece of the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition.

Afterwards comes the high point of the day: continue to discover the wonders of Seville aboard a lovely cruise on the Guadalquivir River. From this unparalleled vantage point, see first-hand the untouched sides of the Golden Tower; the renowned Betis street; the Bullring; the Triana Bridge, designed by none other than Gustav Eiffel himself, and the many more modern bridges; and the Pavilions erected during the 1992 Exposition. Nearby you will also be able to spot Cartuja Island and its haunting Monastery, where Cristopher Columbus lived for some years; all in all, a day to remember.

The flamenco show will take place in a 19th-century Casa Palacio of Seville, located in the heart of the Macarena district (Avenida Mª Auxiliadora, 18 A). During the tablao, you’ll get to admire the historic roots of flamenco as well as try some Andalusian delicacies. You can opt to accompany the show with a drink, a tapas-style dinner or a delicious a la carte dinner.


  • 1. University of Seville
  • 2. Royal Tobacco Factory
  • 3. Palace of San Telmo
  • 4. Torre del Oro
  • 5. Puente de Isabel II
  • 6. Basilica of La Macarena
  • 7. Spain Square
  • 8. Betis Street
  • 9. Monastery of the Cartuja


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