1. Seville: Historical Walking Tour with Wine and Tapas
The Mudejar architectural style refers to the construction of an art element by citizens who still use Arabic techniques in a Christian world. As you walk around seeking examples of the movement, your professional guide will shed light on the historical significance of each one. The first stop is Santa Catalina Church, a recently renovated ancient mosque turned Mudejar in the 13th-14th centuries. Walk along Feria Street and enjoy a interesting sensation as you are placed between three worlds: the Middle Ages, the 19th, and the 20th century. Explore La Alameda, one of the first leisure promenades in Spain and a great place to stop for a tapa and to try some different wines in the sun. Right after, visit three marvelous examples of Mudejar architecture: Omniun Sactorum, San Marcos, and Santa Marina. Continue to Los Marqueses de la Algaba Church and the ancient Family House. At this point, you'll have the chance to sample another tapa; nearby the church is a medieval market full of cute tiny taverns serving a wide range of wines. Visit the historical neighborhood, San Gil, and walk around the city's oldest Roman wall, La Macarena. Here, your guide will explain some of Seville's most intriguing legends and share glasses of orange wine. Return to the meeting point to conclude the tour, or continue sightseeing on your own.