Excursions are the best way to get to know the city, especially when it comes to such a colorful place as Andalusia's capital, the magical city of Seville. This is one of the most charming cities in Spain, which combines the rich history, beautiful architecture and unique atmosphere in an amazingly harmonious way. Here you can fully appreciate the unique Spanish spirit, reflected in the charming rhythms of flamenco and numerous traditional festivals, visiting which will be a great addition to any sightseeing route.
History says that Seville was founded by one of the greatest heroes of antiquity – Heracles. However, it is not only this legend that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. Seville is rich in sights, which you should definitely visit on a sightseeing tour:
You can learn more about these landmarks, whose glory has long crossed the borders of Spain itself, during a tour with an English-speaking guide. Whereas you can take a leisurely stroll around the famous Barrio de Triana or explore the unique cuisine of Andalusia in one of the many local restaurants by yourself, it is better to visit the historical monuments under the guidance of an experienced guide. The language barrier won't be a problem for that. In Seville, as one of the world's tourist centers, you can find a lot of options for excursions in English at the most reasonable prices. See for yourself with Excurzilla.
In addition to visiting Seville's main sights, such excursions often include hikes to the city's most interesting places. These include the Convento de Santa Paula, which keeps valuable pieces of art, as well as the Archaeological Museum and the Art Museum, considered the second largest after the famous Madrid Prado. Another popular place among tourists is the Flamenco Museum, where you can learn a lot of interesting things about one of the main dances, rightfully considered a “calling card” of Spain.
Available tours in other cities: Sant Antoni de Portmany, Alcudia, Roquetas de Mar, Girona, Ronda, Santiago de Compostela, Fuerteventura, Almeria, Santa Ponsa, Tenerife, Sitges, Alicante, La Rioja, Toledo, Estepona, Valldemossa, Tarajalejo, Cordoba, Benalmadena, White Towns of Andalusia