City Sightseeing Tours
75 minutes Red Route Bus Stops
60 minutes Plaza de España/Parque Maria Luisa
60 minutes Triana
13:00 - 14:00
60 minutes Barrio de Santa Cruz
Top 5 Things to Do
Seville is the artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain. The city is a historical masterpiece full of Islamic monuments, gardens and Flamenco festivals. Enjoy a tour around the city and hop on and off at your convenience. Let City Sightseeing highlight all the things to do and places to go during your stay. With a free ticket for the Church of Salvador & the Torre de los Perdigones included and Guided walking tours on offer through Parque Maria Luisa, Santa Cruz, Macarena & Triana. You will see the splendid Torre del Oro (Tower of Gold) built by the Almohad dynasty as a watchtower and defensive barrier on the river. Hop off and visit the Puente de San Telmo (bridge of San Telmo), the University of Seville and the Casino de la Exposicion (Casino Exhibition Hall). The Casino Exhibition displays the work of the Valencian architect Vicente Traver and Thomas, who used elements of Baroque design.
Whether you prefer the Monumenal tour, the Tradicional, Clasico, Romantico, Universal, Iluminado, Historico or Sentimental tour, you will not be short of things to do in the city. You may wish to gaze upon the beautiful gothic architecture of the Cathedral of Seville or spend an afternoon in the charming Parque de Maria Luisa - the largest park in Seville – where you will discover an outstanding example of Regionalist Revival Architecture; the Plaza de España. The Museo de Arte y Costumbres Populares holds many works by masters of the Sevillian School such as Murillo, Pacheco, Valdés and Leal as well as 15th and 16th century Flemish paintings. For those after the excitement and thrills of a theme park, Isla Magica (Magical Island) is the place to hop off with over 40 rides and attractions including roller coasters, rides and a cinema.
The Sevillianos enjoy a variety of nightlife activities. Join in the merriment at a café or bar where you might sample an Agua de Sevilla and then proceed to a discotheque where the locals dance the night away, often until sunrise. If a live entertainment is more your style, there are a bounty of venues to choose from including the Teatro Central, Teatro de la Maestranza and the famous Auditorio de la Cartuja where all manner of big-name acts perform.