Learn the legends of Seville on a 90-minute “medieval” walking tour, and see major monuments such as the Gothic cathedral and imposing Real Alcazar of the Moors.
According to legend “Sevilla” was founded by Hercules and designated “Hispalis” under Roman domination, before becoming “Isbiliya” under Arabic rule. It thrived on the wealth of the New World after the discovery of America. Home to the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and the Universal Exhibition of 1992, Seville has often been at the forefront of international affairs. Take a guided tour of the historic center to weave together this rich cultural heritage.
Walk from the Gate of the Town Hall in Plaza Nueva, and explore the streets surrounding the Real Alcazar and Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the world. Enter the old and new Jewish quarters in Barrio Santa Cruz. Stroll down narrow streets like "La Calle del Beso," and discover romantic squares.