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Seville: Game of Thrones and Roman Empire Italica Tour

1. 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.

Seville Royal Palace and Game of Thrones Tour

2. Seville Royal Palace and Game of Thrones Tour

Secrets and legends that will be explained during the guided tour, which will end in the gardens of the Real Alcazar to let the attendees enjoy all their charms. Discover the filming location for southern Westeros, the home of Prince Doran Martell and the fiery and vengeful Oberyn's daughters, at the Alcazar in Seville. Admire the breathtaking monument, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its colorful ceramic tiles, outstanding plasterwork, golden ceilings and beautiful Renaissance gardens. Learn why the show creators chose the Alcazar as their filming location for the popular series. Then, hear about the Alcazar's history and how it was built by numerous monarchs across the centuries, from Muslim rulers in the 9th century to later Christian rulers. Additionally, learn about the reign of Peter the First, also known as the Cruel or the Justice Maker. Stroll through the Watergardens and Sunspear, the show's Dornish palaces and gardens, and hear some anecdotes about the Palace and GOT along the way.

Seville: 1-Hour Alcazar Guided Tour with Entrance

3. Seville: 1-Hour Alcazar Guided Tour with Entrance

The Alcazar of Seville is a palace complex, which embraces different styles and cultures with Mudejar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque influences. According to UNESCO, it is the oldest royal palace in use and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, along with the Cathedral and the Archivo General de Indias. It has been the production set of films like The Kingdom of the Skies by Ridley Scott or the fifth season of the series Game of Thrones by HBO. The Alcazar was chosen by this television program to represent the kingdom of Dorne, created by George RR Martin. There are plenty of reasons to visit the Alcazar of Seville and discover all the details. You also have the change to visit the neighborhood of Santa Cruz.

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What people are saying about Seville

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 32 reviews

Very well. Our guide, Adrián, explained everything to us very clearly and made the visit a very enriching experience. It's really worth the tour because if you go without a guide you don't know anything. It is not only about seeing, but about understanding the history behind the ruins and for that someone specialized is needed. 100% recommended

Our guide Jesus had an engaging and animated narrative style that made the tour fun and memorable! He was like a historian, guide and stand up comedian rolled into one. Italica itself is not as extensive and well preserved as Pompeii or Ephesus, but if you’ve not been to either, the mini coliseum and beautiful mosaics are worth a visit.

Guided tour for only 4 people. Great guide, smiling. Full of information and little anecdotes. Additional photos and videos on tablet. Very well preserved ruins, still full of others to discover when the country can afford it. In the top ! Recommend the visit

The guide was a little late due to some miscommunication. But he recovered so well and you could tell he was very passionate and proud of the ruins and what he was telling us about. He enjoyed his job and it made it enjoyable To us.

Top visit! Announced the day before that the visit will only be possible in English because small group (even if we were three) but the visit took place in English which is already very good