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Seville: Alcazar, Cathedral, and Giralda Guided Tour Combo

1. Seville: Alcazar, Cathedral, and Giralda Guided Tour Combo

Meet your guide in Plaza del Triunfo and head to the first stop, the Alcázar of Seville. After using the priority entrance to enter the palace, begin your guided tour. Hear about how Moorish and Christian styles were mixed together to create a palace that was emblematic of Mudéjar architecture. Discover the Patio de las Doncellas and grand Ambassadors’ Salón, both featured in Game of Thrones. Admire the intricate carved detailing and colorful Islamic-style tiling. Then stroll around the gardens filled with orange trees and peaceful water features.  Next, head to the Cathedral of Seville. On your guided tour, learn about the Cathedral’s important role in the city’s history, and the Islamic, late Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque influences in the architecture.  Marvel at the magnificent 18th-century baroque altarpiece, and the elaborate organ. You can also visit the mausoleum where the remains of Christopher Columbus are laid to rest.  Finally, your guide will lead you to the Moorish Giralda Tower. The call to prayer was announced from this tower when Spain was under Muslim rule. Climb the stairs and admire the spectacular views of Seville from the top of the tower.  Choose from either a small-group or private tour to suit the experience you're looking for.

Seville: Flamenco Show with Optional Flamenco Museum Ticket

2. Seville: Flamenco Show with Optional Flamenco Museum Ticket

See Spain's national dance brought to life at a thrillingly-authentic flamenco performance, with a troupe of expert dancers showing off their skills in the 18th-century courtyard of Seville's Flamenco Dance Museum. Tap your feet and lose yourself in the fiery rhythms and sensual dance moves of the folk art that has become a timeless tradition. Seville's Flamenco Dance Museum has been delighting visitors and locals for decades with its sensational live performances. Head to one of the last remaining Ecijanos courtyards in Seville and experience a dance extravaganza that will leave you breathless. Treat yourself to an intimate performance featuring traditional Alegrías, long-train dresses, swirling shawls, and clicking castanets, specially choreographed by legendary flamenco dancer and museum founder Cristina Hoyos. With amazing live music, dramatic theatrical lighting, and a backdrop of hanging chairs and orange trees, everything about this experience guarantees a night to remember. To get the most out of your experience, book the option that includes a ticket to the show as well as a visit to the wonderful Flamenco Dance Museum.

Seville: Flamenco Show with Optional Andalusian Dinner

3. Seville: Flamenco Show with Optional Andalusian Dinner

Visit exclusive area in the heart of the city in which you can find the flamenco show "A Small Committee". This is your opportunity to immerse yourself in flamenco, looking back at its past and recreating the atmosphere of the old Café Cantantes of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. You have 4 tickets options to choose: Option 1: Flamenco Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show. Option 2: Flamenco and drink. Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show and one drink of the menu list: spanish wines, 3 kind of beers, spanish cocktails (sangría, tinto de verano, rebujito), soft drinks, water. Option 3: Flamenco and Tapas dinner. Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show and the Tapas dinner menu: - Spanish selection board of cheeses and cold cuts. - Fried anchovies with salmorejo (cold tomatoes cream soup) - Carrillada ibérica (spanish stew of pork cheeks) with baked potatoe. Dessert of the chef and first drink of the menu list included (spanish wines, 3 kind of beers, sangría, tinto de verano, rebujito), soft drinks, water). Option 4: Flamenco with Chef's Suggestions dinner Included: 1 hour of traditional flamenco show and the Chef's Suggestions dinner menu: - Spanish selection board of cheeses and cold cuts. - Firts dishes (to choose): - Spanish potatoe salad of octopus with fried egg OR Baby squid on bed of arraque roteño (vegetables stew). - Second dishes (to choose): - Risotto de carrillada (iberian beef cheeks) and boletus OR Fried eggs with prawns and mushroom. Dessert of the chef and first drink of the menu list included (spanish wines, 3 kind of beers, sangría, tinto de verano, rebujito), soft drinks, water).

From Seville: Pueblos Blancos and Ronda Full-Day Trip

4. From Seville: Pueblos Blancos and Ronda Full-Day Trip

Drive through the Sevillian countryside and visit the Castle of Las Aguzaderas, a medieval structure located at the old Catholic and Moorish kingdoms' border. Continue through the mountains, stopping at the picturesque white village of Zahara de la Sierra. Next, stop at an olive oil factory. En route to Grazalema, you'll drive through the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. Enjoy a range of beautiful landscapes, with views over the provinces of Cádiz, Málaga, and Seville, from Puerto de las Palomas, 1,357 meters above sea level. Watch vultures in the mountains, home to the largest colony of Griffon vultures in Spain. Upon arriving in Grazalema, enjoy a nice meal, surrounded by the picturesque white houses adorned with colorful flowers. After lunch head to Ronda. Along the way, pass through a beautiful Mediterranean forest of cork trees and oaks, which serves as an important source of honey, cork, aromatic spices, and wood. See locals working with cattle, Iberian pigs, and goats. Ronda is one of the oldest towns in Spain, built on two separate cliffs which are connected by Spain's most famous bridge - New Bridge, built in the 18th century. The tour guide will show you around Ronda, and you will have some free time to explore the town on your own as well.

Seville: 1 Hour Flamenco Dance Lesson

5. 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: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

6. Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

You will be warmly welcome to the rooftop restaurant that has one of the most private and exclusive rooftops in Seville. With views of the whole city center, get comfortable while your first two types of sangria are prepared. Enjoy a red wine and a white wine sangria with fresh seasonal fruit while also sampling marinated olives and a 2-year-old manchego cheese.   Later on, try the next drink of cava sangria with fruit perfectly paired for this type of sangria. Towards the end of the experience, you’ll see a sherry sangria demonstration right in front of your eyes and learn how to make an easy and traditional sangria using the most traditional wine from the region.   This will be an experience partially hosted lasting 1.5 hours and for first part you will be enjoying your food and drinks on the rooftop with your company. The last 30-45 minutes involve the interactive demonstration where you will try your hand at making sangria.

Seville: Bullring Guided Tour & Skip-the-Line Ticket

7. Seville: Bullring Guided Tour & Skip-the-Line Ticket

Waste no time waiting in line with a skip-the-line ticket to the bullring in Seville — the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza. Take an included 1-hour guided tour to get the most out of your visit, and enjoy the use of an included headset so you don't miss a moment of your guide's commentary. During the activity, visit the Bullfight Museum, which is divided into 4 different parts. Discover the aim of bullfighting and the history of it. Learn about the different parts of a bullfight and all the people who have a share in it. Take a look at original bullfighter costumes, capes, and more. Next, head to the horses' courtyard and admire the chapel where bullfighters pray before the fight. Stay for a few minutes in front of the main gate, hear the sound of the opening wood door, then enter the arena like a bullfighter. From the middle of the arena, contemplate the tendidos (front rows), look at the bull pens (toriles), and appreciate the most important gate in the bullring: the Prince's Gate. If the matador crosses it, he gets a wonderful reception.

Seville: Italica Roman Ruins City Tour

8. Seville: Italica Roman Ruins City Tour

Italica was the first Roman city founded in Spain, built in 206 B.C. after the battle of Ilipa. Enjoy a 2-hour tour of the ruins of this ancient city, led by a knowledgeable guide.  The site is located just 8 kilometers northwest of Seville. More than 2,000 years later, it still holds the essence and atmosphere of the Roman Empire. Under the rule of emperors Hadrian and Trajan, the city further expanded during the 2nd century. Nowadays its major attraction is the amphitheater, which was used by HBO as a film location for some of the scenes in the famous TV series Game of Thrones. Your guide will wait for you at the main entrance to the Italica site, to start your 2-hour tour that will take you back to the ancient times of Rome.

From Seville: Day Trip to Gibraltar

9. From Seville: Day Trip to Gibraltar

Embark on an unforgettable journey that combines history and multiculturalism with duty-free shopping, impressive caves, and the famous monkeys of Gibraltar. Depart Seville and journey to the frontier to cross the border of the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar and visit Punta de Europa, mainland Europe's southernmost spot. Look across the Strait of Gibraltar to where the vast continent of Africa begins. Take some souvenir photos of the coastlines of Spain and Morocco from the top of the Rock of Gibraltar. Then, visit the amazing limestone caves of San Miguel and admire the numerous stalactite and stalagmite formations. Next, meet the Barbary monkeys of Gibraltar, a unique breed from Europe that, according to legend, are a sign the British will not leave as long as the monkeys are still there. Enjoy some free time for lunch and do some duty-free shopping on Main Street, known worldwide for its low-priced jewelry, watches, electronic items, spirits, cosmetics, and perfumes. There are also plenty of bars and cafés, offering a wide selection of delicious options for visitors.

Seville: Game of Thrones and Roman Empire Italica Tour

10. Seville: Game of Thrones and Roman Empire Italica Tour

Discover the archaeological ensemble of Itálica on this tour of sites used as sets on the HBO TV series “Game of Thrones”. You can learn the history of this Roman city, as you follow in the footsteps of all your favorite characters. Your guide will meet you at the main entrance of the ancient city. From here, you will have a short introduction to the history of this legendary and old city, visiting some of the "domus" where the roman citizens used to live 2,000 years ago. Itálica also has one of the best collections of mosaics in Spain. The Roman Amphitheater is the greatest building in this complex, and is most famous filming location visited on this tour. Who could have imagined that 20 centuries after its creation, huge dragons would be flying over the ruins while Jon Snow, Daenerys, Cersei, and a dozen other characters met to hash out their differences in the face of the greater enemy.

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What people are saying about Seville

A very interesting tour! It was a good pace and a good length on a very hot day. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and kept us as cool as possible as he moved us around to different parts of the palace. A great experience.

A very varied and interesting tour - the Gruta de las Maravillas in particular was incredibly impressive. Catherine guided us through the day wonderfully and entertainingly.

Our guide was great and told us about some of the historic background of the buildings and sites we passed by on our carriage ride.

the show was increadeble. I liked so much. The music and dance were perfect. Everyone should see this show.

Informative. The small group allowed the guide to answer any questions we had. Would recommend.