Seville Sightseeing Tour: Royal Alcazar Palace, Plaza De Espana, Seville Cathedral And Santa Cruz Quarter

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 4 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    9:15 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Tour concludes in the historical center of Seville
  • Return Details :
    Concludes in the historical center of Seville at approximately 1:30pm
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

See the best of stunning Seville on this 4-hour comprehensive sightseeing tour by luxury minibus. With an expert guide, youll travel along the citys romantic streets, seeing all the top Seville attractions. Look out for Plaza de Espaa and see two UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites in the Santa Cruz quarter -- Seville Cathedral and the incredible Royal Alcazar Palace.

Highlights

  • All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
  • Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
  • Hotel pickup included

Know More about this tour

Leave your central Seville hotel and hop on board your luxury minibus for a 4-hour sightseeing tour, taking in Sevilles most captivating monuments.

Pass Plaza de Espaa the must-see square in Maria Luisa Park and hear how it was created for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition Worlds Fair. The lavish park was redeveloped into Moorish-style gardens, and the square was designed to be its pice de rsistance. Built in a classic Renaissance Revival style, the square is now home to several eye-catching Government buildings and a large central fountain.

As your minibus winds its way through the city, your guide will point out other top Seville attractions like the Palace of San Telmo with its ornately decorated Baroque exterior, and Torre del oro (Tower of Gold) the intriguing building that once held precious metals and gold from America.

Head through Sevilles Santa Cruz quarter and see why so many describe it as the citys most picturesque neighborhood. As you pass along its inviting little streets, watch out for its two UNESCO-listed attractions. See King Juan Carlos official Seville residence, Royal Alcazar Palace (or Real Alcazar Palace as it's known in Spain), and gaze in awe at Seville cathedral one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world.

After four hours of taking in the top Seville sights, your tour finishes back at the historical center of Seville.

Inclusions

Hotel pickup

Local guide

Entry/Admission - Catedral de Sevilla

Entry/Admission - Real Alcazar

Entry/Admission - Torre del Oro

Entry/Admission - Plaza de Espana

Exclusions

Hotel drop-off

Food and drinks, unless specified

Gratuities

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Some hotels are not accessible by vehicles, in which case your pickup and drop-off will be at the nearest available point

Seville Cathedral is closed to the public on Sundays and bank holidays due to religious services. Instead you will visit a different monument.

Traveler Reviews

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  • 06-May-2019

    Picked up on time near hotel, most of the tour was on foot after that. Excellent knowledgable guide who managed the large group very well given the crowds of tourists, and the heat! The Plaza, Palace, Jewish quarter, and Cathedral are wonderful sites to see.

  • 22-Jul-2018

    Great tour.

  • 30-Jun-2018

    Probably one of the best tours Ive taken!

  • 12-May-2018

    The Royal Alcazar Palace is a must see! Santa Cruz was also interesting. My complaint is about the tour company itself, such a chaos! They seemed to combine several tour together. Many people were confused about itineraries. There were several tour guides who kept on arguing with each other. They preferred to speak Spanish. The English part was probably only 20 of what they explained in Spanish. There were a bunch of Americans got very frustrated and felt ignored. It was beneficial to go into these historical places by joining the tour as the line was extremely long. I had to pay attention not to lost the guide due to crowd. There were a few moments that I seriously wanted to abandon the tour as it was very frustrating. The last part was the best: the beautiful garden of Alcazar.

  • 10-May-2018

    The tour was disorganized, taking too long to organize groups according to their language. My guide didn't add much information, and there were many silent pauses. We walked by a free tour whose guide seemed very animated, giving far more information in the span of 5 minutes than my guide did on the entire tour. The only benefit is the skip-the-line advantage, but even that was delayed because the group was so large over 100 people in total, we were told that it took so long to wait for the other groups to join us before we could enter the Alcazar.

  • 23-Apr-2018

    The Cathedral was closed for the day we booked Sunday but were not told about it until afterwards. The group is larger than expected a full bus size. The English language guide did not speak English that well. The audio devices used were not loud enough made much more difficult by the guide not speaking directly into the microphone. Very little additional information was gained from the guide. Recommend a free walking tour. The guides put much more effort into earning their tips and tend to produce a much better experience. Front of the line access was the main benefit of the tour.

  • 13-Dec-2017

    This was an amazing tour. We were actually traumatised by a tour we took in Madrid but this was very pleasant. We had a hotel pick-up nearest hotel which was seamless. We had a wonderful tour guide who greeted us with smiles and we were quite a medium-sized group. The tour started with a city tour with plaza de espana the embassies around the city the flamenco school for kids bullrings etc. The tour however is not as intensive as the hop-on/hop-off tour. So if you want the whole city tour I would suggest the hop-on/hop-off bus. What was nice about this tour is the access to the attractions. After the city tour in a bus, we then got off and started a walking tour which was also amazing. This was with a different tour guide who was as wonderful as the first one. the tour was very informative and we went into Placa de Pilatos which was nice and got to know the history around it.The highlight of this tour was the Royal Alcazar, I went in looking for just pictures to say i was there but came back with a mind full of knowledge of its history. It was like semi Spanish crash course. Really enjoyed this tour and highly recommend.

    PS: There was an issue before we entered the Royal Alcazar regarding arrangements of the groups in their spoken languages. It took a bit of time to sort out but everything was fine afterwards.

  • 12-Dec-2017

    This tour was amazing!

  • 28-Nov-2017

    Our tour guide, Melissa, was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions about the sites visited. She has an amazing personality making you feel very at home in Seville. The sites visited were amazing! I highly recommend this tour.

  • 21-Nov-2017

    The tour was disappointing, too much time was lost arranging the participants into groups and waiting for the language groups to congregate before entry into the Alcazar palace. The time in the palace seemed rushed, it was more of a cursory tour and would have been better with a lot more time in the Palace and some free time away from the tour to enjoy the surroundings. The guide could have been have been better and what was said was unfortunately interlaced with a slightly flippant outdated sense of humour.

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