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Catedral/Giralda/Alcazar Guided tour
Entrance and guided tour of the Cathedral and the Alcazar with Sevilla Inside. Discover the most famous monuments of Seville plus a tourist bus tour around the city.
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Boat tour
Cruise on the River Guadalquivir. Combine your visit with a tour of City Sightseeing to know Sevilla from all points of view.
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Museo del Baile Flamenco
Flamenco Show and visit to the Flamenco Dance Museum. Get the most advantageous price combined with the tour of City Sightseeing.
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Baños Arabes Aire de Sevilla
Circuit bath and massage for 15 minutes in the Arab baths Aire de Sevilla. Enjoy a combination product with City Sightseeing.
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Santa Cruz by night
Guided tour by night through the Santa Cruz quarter. Toggle this experience at street level with a view to 4m tall City Sightseeing bus.

CitySightseeing Tour Information

Red Route Bus Stops
75 min Timer 30 min freq.
Walking Routes
Red Route Bus Stops
Torre del Oro
The main stop is next to the famous twelfth-century watchtower, Golden Tower, which was part of the ancient walls.
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Torre del Oro
Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza
The famous Seville bullring also hosts the Bullfighting Museum.
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Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza
Parque de Maria Luisa
The Maria Luisa Park was built in 1929 in the former gardens of the Montpensier Dukes Palace, the Palacio de San Telmo, nowadays the residence of the Andalusian government. The french arquitect Nicholas de Forestier designed the avenues and glorietas of this marvellous botanical garden.
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Parque de Maria Luisa
Museo de Bellas Artes
The Fine Arts Museum is the second most important painting museum in Spain after the Museo del Prado in Madrid, thanks to an incredible collection of Seville painters collections like Murillo or Valdés Leal, together with important masterpieces of painting and sculptures from Medieval Age to 20th century.
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Museo de Bellas Artes
Plaza de España
It is the most emblematic monument of the American Exhibition of 1929, a semicircular square symbolizing the embrace of Spain to America, with three large towers and central fountain.
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Plaza de España
Setas de la Encarnacion
Metropol Parasol is a large wooden structure covering a large part of the Plaza de la Encarnacion that houses the archaeological museum Antiquarium, a market, restaurants and shops, and a platform with magnificent views over the city at the rooftop.
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Setas de la Encarnacion
Acuario de Sevilla
An aquarium with more than 3,000 cubic meters of water, about 400 marine species and more than seven thousand sea animals, including sharks, turtles and octopus include exotic.
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Acuario de Sevilla
Plaza del Duque
The commercial epicenter of the city. A 5-minute walk from this stop are the Museum of Fine Arts and the avant-garde Setas de la Encarnacion.
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Plaza del Duque
Plaza de America
Monumental square integrated in the Maria Luisa Park with three pavilions of Expo 1929 – Mudejar Pavilion, Gothic Pavilion and Renaissance Pavilion.
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Plaza de America
Alameda de Hercules
The grand boulevard of leisure, culture and gastronomy. Nearby, the Basilica del Gran Poder.
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Alameda de Hercules
Calle Betis
The old suburb is famous for flamenco, bullfights, tapas and crafts. From the calle Betis, on the banks of the river Guadalquivir, you can see amazing views of Seville.
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Calle Betis
Torre de los Perdigones
Camera obscura with amazing views from the north of the city.
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Torre de los Perdigones
Pabellon de la Navegacion
The Sailing Pavilion stands at the former Expo 92 district, in the banks of the river Guadalquivir. Visit its regular and temporary exhibitions.
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Pabellon de la Navegacion
Basilica de la Macarena
Hop off next to the ancient city walls and the Parliament of Andalusia. You can visit the Basilica de la Macarena (Church of La Macarena), the temple where nestles one of the greatest symbols of the famous Holy Week in Seville, Virgen de la Macarena. It also has a museum with furnishings and artworks of brotherhood.
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Basilica de la Macarena
Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo
The Andalusian Contemporary Art Centre is set in the former Monasterio de Santa Maria de las Cuevas which was also a ceramics factory.
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Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo
Isla Magica
Theme Park set in the discovery of America.
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Isla Magica
Plaza de España/Parque Maria Luisa
Torre del Oro
The main stop is next to the famous twelfth-century watchtower, Golden Tower, which was part of the ancient walls.
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Torre del Oro
Plaza de España
It is the most emblematic monument of the American Exhibition of 1929, a semicircular square symbolizing the embrace of Spain to America, with three large towers and central fountain.
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Plaza de España
Parque de Maria Luisa
The Maria Luisa Park was built in 1929 in the former gardens of the Montpensier Dukes Palace, the Palacio de San Telmo, nowadays the residence of the Andalusian government. The french arquitect Nicholas de Forestier designed the avenues and glorietas of this marvellous botanical garden.
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Parque de Maria Luisa
Glorieta de Becquer
One of the most famous sculptures of Maria Luisa Park is dedicated to Seville poet Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, representing an allegory of the three states of love.
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Glorieta de Becquer
Plaza de America
Monumental square integrated in the Maria Luisa Park with three pavilions of Expo 1929 – Mudejar Pavilion, Gothic Pavilion and Renaissance Pavilion.
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Plaza de America
Triana
Torre del Oro
The main stop is next to the famous twelfth-century watchtower, Golden Tower, which was part of the ancient walls.
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Torre del Oro
Calle Betis
The old suburb is famous for flamenco, bullfights, tapas and crafts. From the calle Betis, on the banks of the river Guadalquivir, you can see amazing views of Seville.
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Calle Betis
Capilla de los Marineros
At the Capilla de los Marineros you'll find the gorgeously bedecked, much adored image of the Virgen de la Esperanza (Virgin of Hope), patroness of Triana sailors, another religious figure who has an honoured role in the Semana Santa processions.
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Capilla de los Marineros
Puente de Triana
The Puente de Isabel II or Puente de Triana (Triana bridge) was built in the 19th century to replace the old bridge Almohad boats connecting the two banks of the Guadalquivir from the 12th century.
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Puente de Triana
Castillo de San Jorge
At the end of the Castilla street, at the foot of the Puente de Triana, San Jorge Castle is the Museum of the Inquisition (free entry). Nearby, the Museum of Ceramics.
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Castillo de San Jorge
Barrio de Santa Cruz
Torre del Oro
The main stop is next to the famous twelfth-century watchtower, Golden Tower, which was part of the ancient walls.
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Torre del Oro
Catedral de Sevilla
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, better known as Seville Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Seville. It is the largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. You can combine with the City Sightseeing tour for the best experience in Seville.
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Catedral de Sevilla
Archivo de Indias
Built as the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes in 1573, it housed the merchants' exchange until the institution moved to Cadiz in the 18th century. In the The Archivo de Indias is situated next to the Cathedral, on Avenida de la Constitucion. In the Archivo de Indias you can find 80 million pages of documents and maps about the Indies, Spain’s mighty empire from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, providing the most complete and documented historical view (if not the most objective) of the Spanish administration of the New World.
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Archivo de Indias
Real Alcazar
The Royal Palace, originally a Moorish fort, is renowned as one of the most beautiful in Spain and the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, along with the Seville Cathedral and the General Archive of the Indies. You can combine with the City Sightseeing tour for the best experience in Seville.
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Real Alcazar
Barrio de Santa Cruz
The Santa Cruz area is the former Jewish quarter, plenty of places where taste tapas, discover arts and crafts and other traditions of Seville.
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Barrio de Santa Cruz
Macarena
Basilica de la Macarena
Hop off next to the ancient city walls and the Parliament of Andalusia. You can visit the Basilica de la Macarena (Church of La Macarena), the temple where nestles one of the greatest symbols of the famous Holy Week in Seville, Virgen de la Macarena. It also has a museum with furnishings and artworks of brotherhood.
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Basilica de la Macarena
Tesoro de la Macarena
The Macarena Treasure is shown in the Museum of the Church of La Macarena.
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Tesoro de la Macarena
Parlamento de Andalucia
Settle in the former Hospital of the Cinco Llagas ("Five Wounds"), it was built in 1546 and used as a hospital until 1972.
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Parlamento de Andalucia
Murallas
Most of the old Walls of Seville built during the Roman period and remodeled by the Visigoths, Islamics, and finally Castilian, remain in the Macarena quarter.
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Murallas
Alameda de Hercules
The grand boulevard of leisure, culture and gastronomy. Nearby, the Basilica del Gran Poder.
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Alameda de Hercules
Basilica del Gran Poder
Built in 1965 inspired by the Roman Pantheon of Agrippa, this small chruch contains the statue of Jesus del Gran Poder, one of the most venerated in Seville. The sculpture was created by Juan de Mesa in 1620.
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Basilica del Gran Poder
Bus

What can I expect to see on the tour?

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.