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Seville: 1-Hour Guadalquivir River Sightseeing Eco Cruise

1. Seville: 1-Hour Guadalquivir River Sightseeing Eco Cruise

Catch the highlights of Seville while boating down the Guadalquivir River on this sightseeing cruise. Enjoy the views year-round on eco-friendly boats with heating and a cafe/bar inside. During the ongoing commentary, discover historical tidbits about the sites as they pass by. Start the trip from the Muelle de Nuevo York dock. Find the right seat above or below deck. If the weather’s warm, the river will help keep things cool outside. At the start of the cruise, check out the Triana neighborhood and the Torre del Oro and catch a glimpse of the Seville Cathedral’s tower. During the tour, learn some fun facts from the guide providing spoken commentary. Some of the sites they talk about stand right on the river like the Torre Schindler. Take a picture of them right from the boat deck. Hear any cheers from the Plaza de toros on the way up the river. With the Monasterio de la Cartuja and the Puente del Alamillo, see how Seville balances the old and new. Savor a snack or drink from the ship’s own cafe and bar along the way. Find inspirations for other spots to visit after the cruise. 

Sevilla Daily 3-Hour Bike Tour

2. Sevilla Daily 3-Hour Bike Tour

Take a tour of Sevilla on bike and visit both the city hot spots and the under-the-radar highlights on a 3-hour guided trip. A bicycle tour allows you to cover a greater distance in the city with less effort than walking, making it ideal to discover the city. On your trip, you will see such sites as Alcázar Palace, the Triana and Arenal districts, Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de España, and more. Some of these places are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Additionally, discovering Sevilla in this fun and dynamic manner will not only expose you to the sites that have given it its reputation, but will also provide you with a fabulous sense of orientation in the city and give you valuable information about how to proceed. Learn about where you should eat and what you should see during your stay, as your guide points out the best restaurants, theaters, bars, and more.

Sevilla Segway Tour

3. Sevilla Segway Tour

Our tour starts with a short class on how to ride a Segway. Then, we put on our helmets and explore the city, with a guide who will show you all the highlights while explaining the history of the city and its monuments. You will see places like the Cathedral, Alcazar, Archive of Indies, Hotel Alfonzo XIII, Fabric of Tabacco, Plaza de España, Maria Luisa Park and the Expo.29, to name a few. We will also head down the Rio Guadalquivir, the Torre del Oro, and see the Bullring, Triana, Expo92, Macarena, Alameda and Las Setas. Sights and stops will be catered according to your preferences and the duration of the tour. The Segway tour ends at the meeting point/office. It’s a great easy way to see the city with a knowledgeable guide and a fun ride.

Seville: Electric Scooter Tour of the city

4. Seville: Electric Scooter Tour of the city

Bike tours are fine but an electric scooter tour is unique. You will explore the most important and beautiful parts of Seville, as the little squares that only the locals can find. Meanwhile, you will learn about the building's importance and history. The first stop will be the most popular bridge in the city, Puente de Triana, on the way to Maria Park where Plaza de España is located, we will see Palacio de San Telmo. After a ride at Plaza España, head to the city center. Find the most historical buildings in the city, such as the Real Alcazar, Cathedral, Archives of Indies, and the Royal Tobacco Factory. Before finishing and next to the river, we will see the Tower of Gold.

Secrets of Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de Espana

5. Secrets of Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de Espana

The Maria Luisa Park was the first urban park in Seville and one of the most important green lungs in the city. Originally, it belonged to the private gardens of Infanta Maria Luisa Fernanda, who donated it to the city of Seville in 1914. Inside the park there is the Plaza de España, built by Aníbal González for the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929. It was the largest architectural element built for the event. Your official guide will explain the natural and architectural meaning of the different spaces and help you to discover the secrets and curiosities that go unnoticed by pedestrians. This tour will give you an overview of the life of illustrious Sevillians and the history of the 20th Century of the Andalusian capital.

Seville: 3-Hour Historical Bike Tour

6. Seville: 3-Hour Historical Bike Tour

The best way to get to take in the true atmosphere of Seville is to hop aboard a bike and ride through vibrant streets and picturesque plazas. See all the city's most important sights and monuments including Triana neighbourhood, the Chapel of Santa Ana, the Cathedral, Maria Luisa Park, the Golden Tower, Plaza de España, Alcázar, and much more. Let your guide tell you all about Seville's rich history and learn about the Moorish influence still visible in some of the city's remarkable architecture. Stop to take in the city's immense and simply remarkable Cathedral, the world's largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. From there, ride past Maria Luisa park and more of the city's most famous sights. Your guide can also show you around to lesser-known parts of the city and give you a better feel for Seville's local life and culture. Feel free to ask for tips on the best places to go for Flamenco, tapas, shopping, or nightlife.

From Madrid: Gems of Andalusia 5-Day Sightseeing Tour

7. From Madrid: Gems of Andalusia 5-Day Sightseeing Tour

This 5-day tour from Madrid takes you on a discovery of Andalusia. You can admire the famous sights and attractions as you explore Cordoba, Seville, Ronda, the Costa del Sol, Granada, and Toledo. Detailed Itinerary: Day 1 (Thursday): Madrid – Cordoba – Seville Depart from Madrid at 8 AM and drive along with the land of Don Quixote to Cordoba. Here you will see the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba and explore the Jewish Quarter on a city sightseeing tour. You will then continue on to Seville, where you will have dinner and stay overnight. Day 2 (Friday): Seville On a city sightseeing tour, you will visit the Seville Cathedral, explore the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, and visit Maria Luisa Park. In the afternoon you will have some free time to discover more of the city and have the option of taking an additional flamenco tour in Seville. In the evening you will have dinner and stay overnight. Day 3 (Saturday): Seville – Ronda – Costa del Sol After breakfast, you will depart from Seville and drive to Ronda. You will have some free time to explore the Celtic origins of the town and admire the marvelous views of the valley and the mountain range. You will then continue on to the Costa del Sol. You will spend the afternoon at your leisure before having dinner in the evening and staying overnight. Day 4 (Sunday): Costa del Sol – Granada After breakfast, you will depart from the Costa del Sol and drive to Granada. Here you will visit the Alhambra, an amazing monumental complex and the last stronghold of the Moorish Kingdoms in 1492. You will also have the option of going to a flamenco show in the district of Sacromonte. In the evening you will have dinner and stay overnight. Day 5 (Monday): Granada – Toledo – Madrid After breakfast, you will depart from Granada and drive to the Imperial City of Toledo. Here the 3 cultures of Spain – Christian, Moorish, and Jewish – have lived together. You will take an interesting tour of the most important monuments in the city, walk down the narrow streets, and see the famous craftwork of damasquinado (gold and silver inlaying in iron). You will then continue on to Madrid, where the tour ends. Accommodation Class T Hotel Seville: Catalonia Santa Justa, Catalonia Giralda or similar Costa del Sol: Sol Principe/Don Marco o Sol Don Pablo Granada: Alixares Class A Hotel Seville: Melia Lebreros Costa del Sol: Sol Don Pablo/Don Marco/Sol Principe Granada: Melia Granada Please note, in the Winter season (November - January) all the guests will be accommodated at the hotel Sol Don Pablo/Don Marco/Sol Principe in Costa del Sol.

Seville Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

8. Seville Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

Discover the highlights of Seville with an immersive smartphone app on this self-guided scavenger hunt and walking tour. Stroll through the city while solving location-based riddles and puzzles and learn about each attraction along the way. See 10 of the most important landmarks of Seville. Uncover clues at each attraction to get to the next point. Receive fascinating facts and information about the places you visit through the app. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to finish the game. An exciting puzzle awaits you at the exterior of each attraction. You can pause or resume the tour whenever you want. Explore the city at your own pace and stop to click pictures on the way. Feel the thrill as you crack each clue and hop from one landmark to another. The tour route includes Hispalis Fountain, the Torre del Oro, the Plaza de Toros, the Plaza del Cabildo, Seville Cathedral, Puerta del León, the Royal Tobacco Factory, the Fuente de la Glorieta, Plaza de España, and Maria Luisa Park.

Seville: Half-Day Private Tour by Electric Bike

9. Seville: Half-Day Private Tour by Electric Bike

Get the lay of the land on an e-bike tour of Seville, and see more of the city than is possible on a walking tour. The high quality bikes come with English, German, Dutch, Spanish, French, and Italian-speaking monitors that will help you get oriented, and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, go north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, and marvel at the Monasterio de la Cartuja before cruising back to the center and Alameda. Explore Seville’s nightlife hotspot, winding your way through the streets and alleys to stop at the legendary Campana Café. End with a quick pedal around Santa Cruz, biking past Seville’s monumental cathedral and the Alcazares.

Seville: 2.5-Hour Bike Tour with Photographer and Guide

10. Seville: 2.5-Hour Bike Tour with Photographer and Guide

Cycle through gorgeous parks, see unique architecture, and discover the magic of Seville’s landscape on a 2.5-hour bike tour. Explore the city with a professional photographer who will capture your incredible experience. Learn about the city’s history from an expert local guide.  Pedal along safe routes to the most beautiful locations in Seville, stopping for photos along the way. See Maria Luisa Park, the historical center, the Guadalquivir river, and explore the Triana neighborhood. Enjoy a refreshing drink and get tips on what to do in Seville, before ending your tour back at the meeting point.

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What people are saying about Parque de María Luisa

An excellent tour and a great way to see the sights of Seville. Maleek (our guide) was awesome, very knowledgeable about the city and very relaxed yet professional and friendly. For anyone with 3 hours to spare we’d highly recommend booking this tour, there is so much to see in Seville and travelling by bike means you can see so much more than by walking.

We really enjoyed our scooter tour. Luis was extremely knowledgeable with good English. Saw so much of the city which we wouldn’t have seen otherwise. Would thoroughly recommend.

The boat trip looked excellent, unfortunately me and my friends got on the wrong boat. A much worse boat full of screaming children. Lots of bridges to look at.

Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. A great way to learn about the city during a short stay!

we had a great time, the guide was superb nice and friendly