Free

  • Guided visit
  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours before
  • Guided visit
  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours before
Description

The best free walking tour in Sevilla

Seville is one of the cities with hundreds of places you have to see once in your life. This guided walking tour will take you through the most important landmarks in the city's historic-artistic past, beginning our route in the Plaza del Salvador. From here, and as a meeting point, we will walk around the Cathedral and the Giralda, the Episcopal Palace, the Alcazar of Seville and the Archivo de Indias, and we will head towards the Parque de María Luisa. On our way we will stop at the old Tobacco Factory, which today houses the University and the Lope de Vega Theatre. In the Maria Luisa Park, catalogued as an Asset of Cultural Interest in the category of Historical Garden, we will discover the rich heritage and vegetation.

We will also find the numerous examples of the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition, with the Plaza de España as the main monumental landmark, or the Archaeological and Customs Museums in the Plaza de América. On this tour you will also learn about important details of the San Telmo Palace, which is currently the headquarters of the Andalusian Government, and one of the icons located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, the Torre del Oro, known for its historical references to the material used, which reflected golden sparkles in the water of the river.

As you can see, the route covers a good part of the city's monumental heritage, where you will end up discovering the history and legends that surround the city's poetry. We encourage you to join our Free Tour and let you be the one to decide the economic value that our expert guide deserves, who will accompany you throughout the visit.

Free walking tour Seville: Guided tours schedules

We have created different schedules that will allow you to enjoy your trip to Seville. We don't want you to miss out on discovering any part of our legacy, so every day we will be offering different tour options. If you visit us during the months of June to September, the routes will be at 10.00 am in Spanish and English, and at 8.00 pm in Spanish. In the months of October to May, the route will remain at 10.00 hours in Spanish and English, and in the afternoon we will meet you at 17.00 hours.

 


Important
For groups of 6 or more people you have to make the request for a private guided tour and we’ll assign you an exclusive guide. More information here

Prices

Prices

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza del Salvador, next to the Statue. You will find the guide with a blue umbrella of OWAY Tours

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
·Commuter train: C1 direction Utera and stop at San Bernardo.
·Metro: L1 and stop at Prado de San Senbastian.

By car. Closest parking:
·Parking Roma, Av. Roma, 13, 41013 Sevilla
·Puerta de Jerez, Av. Roma, 13, 41013 Sevilla
·Parking Muelle de las Delicias, Muelle de las Delicias, s/n, 41012 Sevilla

Description

The best free walking tour in Sevilla

Seville is one of the cities with hundreds of places you have to see once in your life. This guided walking tour will take you through the most important landmarks in the city's historic-artistic past, beginning our route in the Plaza del Salvador. From here, and as a meeting point, we will walk around the Cathedral and the Giralda, the Episcopal Palace, the Alcazar of Seville and the Archivo de Indias, and we will head towards the Parque de María Luisa. On our way we will stop at the old Tobacco Factory, which today houses the University and the Lope de Vega Theatre. In the Maria Luisa Park, catalogued as an Asset of Cultural Interest in the category of Historical Garden, we will discover the rich heritage and vegetation.

We will also find the numerous examples of the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition, with the Plaza de España as the main monumental landmark, or the Archaeological and Customs Museums in the Plaza de América. On this tour you will also learn about important details of the San Telmo Palace, which is currently the headquarters of the Andalusian Government, and one of the icons located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, the Torre del Oro, known for its historical references to the material used, which reflected golden sparkles in the water of the river.

As you can see, the route covers a good part of the city's monumental heritage, where you will end up discovering the history and legends that surround the city's poetry. We encourage you to join our Free Tour and let you be the one to decide the economic value that our expert guide deserves, who will accompany you throughout the visit.

Free walking tour Seville: Guided tours schedules

We have created different schedules that will allow you to enjoy your trip to Seville. We don't want you to miss out on discovering any part of our legacy, so every day we will be offering different tour options. If you visit us during the months of June to September, the routes will be at 10.00 am in Spanish and English, and at 8.00 pm in Spanish. In the months of October to May, the route will remain at 10.00 hours in Spanish and English, and in the afternoon we will meet you at 17.00 hours.

 


Important
For groups of 6 or more people you have to make the request for a private guided tour and we’ll assign you an exclusive guide. More information here

Prices

Prices

Includes

Incluye

Meeting point

Meeting point

Plaza del Salvador, next to the Statue. You will find the guide with a blue umbrella of OWAY Tours

How to get there

How to get there

From the train or bus station:
·Commuter train: C1 direction Utera and stop at San Bernardo.
·Metro: L1 and stop at Prado de San Senbastian.

By car. Closest parking:
·Parking Roma, Av. Roma, 13, 41013 Sevilla
·Puerta de Jerez, Av. Roma, 13, 41013 Sevilla
·Parking Muelle de las Delicias, Muelle de las Delicias, s/n, 41012 Sevilla

 
 
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