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Seville: 1 Hour Flamenco Dance Lesson

1. Seville: 1 Hour Flamenco Dance Lesson

On this unique flamenco experience, learn by dancing flamenco and immerse yourself into the flamenco dance culture. You will learn by doing basic flamenco body positions for arms, hands and foot movements and how to dance a flamenco routine. This activity is absolutely suitable for both women and men. After some body work, you will be ready to reproduce an unique routine. Your guide will teach you from zero how, just go with the flow.  You will get more than a rhythm, palms and dance lesson, you will get to understand this awesome art better and why it is known worldwide. Learning is a treasure that follows its owner everywhere. 

Seville: Paella Cooking Experience on a Rooftop Terrace

2. Seville: Paella Cooking Experience on a Rooftop Terrace

Immerse yourself in a truly authentic Spanish experience and enjoy an evening of unforgettable memories as you learn how to cook a traditional paella in the heart of Seville. Atop a stunning rooftop that overlooks the city of Seville, soak up the sunshine and admire the view as you relax with locals and learn new skills. Your helpful guides will not only teach you how to cook the dish, but also how to make a traditional and special sangria made with the freshest local ingredients. There is no dish of Spanish cuisine more internationally known than paella, and your friends and family back home will be more than impressed with your new cooking skills. you can learn about each of the ingredients, including where they come from and their history. Once you’ve watched your guides cook the paella, you will be able to relax as you enjoy the dish and watch the world go by on the terrace.

From Seville: Day Trip to Tangier, Morocco

3. From Seville: Day Trip to Tangier, Morocco

Depart from Seville and journey to the beautiful village of Tarifa to catch the fast ferry to Tangier.   Upon arrival, discover the cosmopolitan flavor of a city that combines the cultures of Africa and Europe. Take a panoramic city tour by bus and visit the Cap Spartel promontory at the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. Visit the Caves of Hercules, where ancient Greek and later Roman mythology believed the demi-god slept before his eleventh labor.  Return to the city center to enjoy lunch in a traditional restaurant. Then, explore the narrow streets of the Medina and discover its most picturesque spots. Return to the port for the journey back to Seville in the late evening. IMPORTANT FOR YOUR TRIP TO TANGIER : Covid Vaccination Certificate with 2 or 3 valid doses (less than 9 months since last vaccination). If this is not the case, you must be PCR negative. PCR valid for 48 h. You must complete an official health form.Those over 12 years of age must have their vaccination certificate.

From Seville: 2-Hour Horseback Riding Experience in Aljarafe

4. From Seville: 2-Hour Horseback Riding Experience in Aljarafe

Enjoy the Andalusian countryside on this authentic 2-hour horseback riding experience. Depart from Seville in the morning and drive outside of the city for an unforgettable experience that will allow you to connect with nature to the fullest.   Upon arrival at the equestrian center, meet the horses and your riding guide. After being fitted with a helmet, your journey will begin. Enjoy a 2-hour ride through the Mediterranean countryside and admire the beautiful views. Feel like a true rider on the back of your horse.   See the characteristics of Andalusian horses firsthand as you ride. Learn about the qualities that have made Andalusian horses one of the most respected breeds in the world. At the end of your tour, you’ll be driven back to Seville.

Seville: 2–Hour Guadalquivir River Kayaking Tour

5. Seville: 2–Hour Guadalquivir River Kayaking Tour

Discover the river the Romans named Betis, now known as Guadalquivir River, meaning "the Big River" in Arabic. It holds many stories and fun facts about the history of Seville. Let your experienced professional guide take you on a journey through some of Seville's most important historical moments such as the discovery of America and the first trip around the world. See sights such as Isla de La Cartuja, Maestranza, El Barrio del Arenal and the Universal Exhibition of 1992. Find out why this river was very important during the golden era of Seville, which lasted about 150 years. Seville was the main port of Europe for incoming goods from America such as gold, silver and tobacco. The river was sanded in the 17th century and Seville became less important. For the Expo 92, the river was restored and it is now used for cruises and kayaking.

Seville: Museum of Fine Arts of Seville Guided Tour

6. Seville: Museum of Fine Arts of Seville Guided Tour

Considered the second most important public art gallery in Spain, after the Prado Museum in Madrid, the Seville Museum of Fine Arts houses numerous masterpieces spanning Romanesque to 20th-century art. Built on the old La Merced Convent, the museum's interior still bears resemblance to its previous religious function. Take a guided tour of the museum with a professional guide to discover the museum's most outstanding works. Waste no time waiting in line with a skip-the-line ticket, then marvel at the vast painting collection as your guide provides you with lots of details and curiosities. During the 1.5-hour tour, you will observe artworks from several periods, as well as some Baroque paintings by artists associated with the Golden Age of Sevillian painting in the 17th century, such as Zurbarán, Murillo, and Valdés Leal.

Seville: Monumental Segway Shared or Private Tour

7. Seville: Monumental Segway Shared or Private Tour

See the sights of Seville by personal transporter with a local guide. Get a short practice session and safety briefing before you set off to ensure you feel comfortable and confident on the 2-wheel electric vehicle. Learn the history of each building and get the chance to take souvenir photos as you glide through the lively streets with ease. Pass the Giralda and magnificent Seville Cathedral - one of the largest Catholic churches in the world. See the Archivo General de Indias in the ancient merchants' exchange and the magnificent Alcázar, built on the site of a Muslim fortress. Marvel at the monuments of Puerta de Jerez, including the elegant Hotel Alfonso XIII, and then continue to Plaza de España to admire the mosaic tiles. Make your way down to the Guadalquivir River and Triana Bridge. Glide through Plaza de Armas and Plaza de Toros to take a look at the Expo '92 monuments on La Cartuja island. 

From Sevilla: Hot Air Balloon Ride in Huelva

8. From Sevilla: Hot Air Balloon Ride in Huelva

What we propose in this experience is not just to fly, but to float, to be carried away by the wind, to navigate in a transparent fluid, where the background is our world: Foliage , farms, landscapes of colors, mountains that sink gently, as we we rise peacefully when the wind moves us. A good opportunity to take photos or video. Description of the activity: First, it is filled with cold air by means of a fan, once it is full, it heats up to take the vertical position. The pilot will be happy that his passengers enjoy participating in the assembly of the balloon and will explain a few directions that must be followed during the flight. The important thing is to live the sensation. This operation takes approximately half an hour. Once the passengers are into the balloon's basket, we will ascend to 1,500 feet, then will slowly descend. Everything depends on the wind and its direction. The balloon goes where the wind decides and that that is its main charm, being inserted into its current and moving like a cloud of colors. We will have the weather information in advance and this allows us to know the direction of the wind, allowing us to play with different altitudes. We can choose between the different "rivers of air", and change course to our whim, within an angle of possibilities. The art of navigating is to sense those "invisible routes". When the heat increases or the breeze exceeds ten knots (18km / h), it is time to choose an appropriate field to land, without obstacles and with a path where the rescue team can reach us eith the Land Rovers . In the surroundings of the Doñana Natural Park, we fly over the treetops (elms, oaks, pines and olive groves), the passengers, usually, pluck leaves or fruits from the trees when we float over them. This is done so that you have a feeling of mobility. It's a feeling like going on a sailboat, but floating in the air. We will fly over the natural environment of Doñana and if the wind allows it The Green Corridor of Guadiamar: First Protected Landscape of Andalusia. Once in the air, we will follow the direction of the wind, so we know where we take off but not where we land. This is part of the adventure! We are in contact by radio with the rescue team to indicate which will be the landing site. What is surprising is the lack of friction with the wind, it gives us the sensation of standing. When looking outside, we do not seem to go up, but the ground sinks gently. "Nature takes the trouble to parade under our platform so that we can contemplate it" (Professor Ferguson in "Cinco semanas en Globo"). The feeling of vertigo does not exist when there is nothing that binds us to the ground. The landing is gentle, the balloon approaches slowly

From Seville: Olive Oil Farm Tour

9. From Seville: Olive Oil Farm Tour

Discover the secrets of the most important product in the Mediterranean way of life, olive oil. Explore a small olive oil factory just 20 minutes from Seville and learn about the traditional processes and production of olive oil. Savor a tasting session of this “liquid gold” to round off your experience. After pickup from your accommodation in Seville, take a quick drive through the countryside to reach the factory. This factory aims to make top-quality olive oil using just physical methods, picking the olives by hand. It produces just a few liters every year but it's one of the best olive oils in the world. Before visiting the factory, walk through the orchards where hundreds of olive trees grow slowly waiting for the picking season. There, the owner of the company will explain all the secrets required to care for the trees. Once you know everything about the trees, go into the facilities of the factory with the manager and see all the machines used for the whole process. Discover the traditional way of life in a real hacienda in the Andalusian countryside, an area that has produced olive oil since Roman times, 2000 years ago. After learning about the process, the history, and the traditional methods of production, taste different varieties of olive oil with an appetizer. Also sample the sweet, bitter, and spicy local oil recognized as one of the most appreciated oils in the world. Three hours after arriving at the factory, head back to Seville where you should arrive around 2 PM.

From Seville: Half-Day Bull Breeding Farm Tour

10. From Seville: Half-Day Bull Breeding Farm Tour

Embark on an unique small group tour to a bull breeding farm to see how the bulls live in their natural environment, close to Seville. You will get an inside look into this farm and get to know the life of the bulls there and also get to know the people working and living there. This farm has been bull breeding for centuries. You will then proceed to visit the bullfighting stables and the Plaza de Toros which literally translates into the square of bulls. You will enjoy a guided tour of the farm and the different rooms, before returning back to Seville. This excursion is ideal for families with your choice of morning or afternoon departure.

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What people are saying about Seville

Eva, a professional who turns a duck into a half swan... In addition to adapting to our requests and being patient...One thing I can't explain...If you're going to see flamenco, you first have to give a class to understand how complicated It's dancing and singing as they do... The class is totally recommended.

We had such a great time as a group of eight (not so young ) visitors to Seville. Eva was such fun and a fabulous teacher . We loved every minute .

It was great. Get ready for a long day but it was worth it. Both guides (Javier and Rashid) were awesome!

It was a great experience and a lot of fun. The teacher was very friendly and motivated

Excellent experience , great food and passionate chef, very entertaining