Free Night Tour Seville | OWAY Tours

Free

  • Guided visit
  • Tickets included / Skip the line
  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours before
  • Guided visit
  • Tickets included / Skip the line
  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours before
Description

Seville illuminated

Seville is a birthplace of traditions and legends that we want to pass on to you on our 1'30h night tour. The beautiful night of the city is not less than the day, so we want to bring you the most impressive curiosities of the history of an ancient city. These are the founders of a city that becomes much richer as the sun goes down. You will pass through orange trees, alleys, legends and old synagogues.

You can join our visit in the Salvador Square , an emblematic meeting point and starting point. Here we will find the Antigua Bodeguita and the Bodega Los Soportales, tapas bars which, as well as having an emblematic history in the hotel and catering trade, now serve as a reference meeting place for the locals. Before continuing on our way we will stop to learn about the history of the Church of El Salvador , dating from the 18th century.

From here, we will take a pleasant stroll to the Plaza Nueva of Seville, where you will discover the now disappeared convent of San Francisco, the main Franciscan convent of the time, which was finally demolished in the 19th century. We will also marvel at the façade of the current City Hall, the old Town Hall of the city. We will also discover the neo-baroque architecture of the Telefonica Building and we will point out the outstanding position of the Inglaterra Hotel of Seville, the city's viewpoint par excellence. Before leaving this historic square, we will stop to learn a little about the city's patron saint, the Monument of San Fernando.

From there, we will venture through the Constitution Avenue, artificially widened in the 20th century, and where Andalusian regionalism abounds in the buildings along its route.

We will continue our route to the 20th century Cabildo Square, where our guides will tell us about the history of the disappeared School of San Miguel In addition, every Sunday there is a Numismatic Market aimed at collectors.

We will advance on our walk to the Oil Shutter, where the walls of the city of Seville stand and which is also an exit to the port of the area. Further on are the Atarazanas, a former shipbuilding industry belonging to the Crown of Castile. We will also immerse ourselves in the history of the Hospital of Charity, a symbol of the city's art and spirituality.

We will then walk along the Colon Promenade, where the Royal Cavalry Mastery is located, this is the third most visited monument in the city, the Bullring of Seville, are located. From here, we will arrive at the Port of the Indies, the main maritime-mercantile link with America at the time. We will also learn about the history of the 'Nao Victoria', the first ship to complete a round-the-world voyage between 1519 and 1522. We will also visit the famous Isabel II Bridge, better known as the Triana Bridge, a link that crosses the Guadalquivivir River connecting the Triana neighbourhood with the city centre.

Finally, our walk will come to an end next to the outstanding Gold Tower, a defensive building and current icon of the city. Once you have arrived at our farewell point, we hope you have had a pleasant stroll through history with our guides.

Free Night Tour of Seville: Guided tours schedules

Let our expert guide take you on a nocturnal tour of the secrets that Seville holds. This pleasant visit to the most emblematic places will allow you to glimpse outstanding buildings of the city at nightfall. The tour will start at 8.00 pm from Monday to Sunday in Spanish. Remember that you have to make your reservation by phone.


Private Tour
If you prefer a tour that suits you better or you are a large group, you can contract a private tour

Prices

Prices

Includes

Includes

Meeting point

Meeting point

Salvador Square, look for the blue umbrella

How to get there

How to get there

Plaza del Triunfo s/n. 41004. Sevilla.

Commuter train:
· Line C1 until San Bernardo and walk to the Plaza del Triunfo

Public Parking
· Parking Jardines Murillo, Cano y Cueto, s/n, 41004 Sevilla
· Parking Puerta de Jerez, Av. Roma, 13, 41013 Sevilla

Cancelations

Cancelations

Free cancelations until 24 hours before the activity. If you cancel within those 24 hours or don’t show up, there won’t be a refund.

Description

Seville illuminated

Seville is a birthplace of traditions and legends that we want to pass on to you on our 1'30h night tour. The beautiful night of the city is not less than the day, so we want to bring you the most impressive curiosities of the history of an ancient city. These are the founders of a city that becomes much richer as the sun goes down. You will pass through orange trees, alleys, legends and old synagogues.

You can join our visit in the Salvador Square , an emblematic meeting point and starting point. Here we will find the Antigua Bodeguita and the Bodega Los Soportales, tapas bars which, as well as having an emblematic history in the hotel and catering trade, now serve as a reference meeting place for the locals. Before continuing on our way we will stop to learn about the history of the Church of El Salvador , dating from the 18th century.

From here, we will take a pleasant stroll to the Plaza Nueva of Seville, where you will discover the now disappeared convent of San Francisco, the main Franciscan convent of the time, which was finally demolished in the 19th century. We will also marvel at the façade of the current City Hall, the old Town Hall of the city. We will also discover the neo-baroque architecture of the Telefonica Building and we will point out the outstanding position of the Inglaterra Hotel of Seville, the city's viewpoint par excellence. Before leaving this historic square, we will stop to learn a little about the city's patron saint, the Monument of San Fernando.

From there, we will venture through the Constitution Avenue, artificially widened in the 20th century, and where Andalusian regionalism abounds in the buildings along its route.

We will continue our route to the 20th century Cabildo Square, where our guides will tell us about the history of the disappeared School of San Miguel In addition, every Sunday there is a Numismatic Market aimed at collectors.

We will advance on our walk to the Oil Shutter, where the walls of the city of Seville stand and which is also an exit to the port of the area. Further on are the Atarazanas, a former shipbuilding industry belonging to the Crown of Castile. We will also immerse ourselves in the history of the Hospital of Charity, a symbol of the city's art and spirituality.

We will then walk along the Colon Promenade, where the Royal Cavalry Mastery is located, this is the third most visited monument in the city, the Bullring of Seville, are located. From here, we will arrive at the Port of the Indies, the main maritime-mercantile link with America at the time. We will also learn about the history of the 'Nao Victoria', the first ship to complete a round-the-world voyage between 1519 and 1522. We will also visit the famous Isabel II Bridge, better known as the Triana Bridge, a link that crosses the Guadalquivivir River connecting the Triana neighbourhood with the city centre.

Finally, our walk will come to an end next to the outstanding Gold Tower, a defensive building and current icon of the city. Once you have arrived at our farewell point, we hope you have had a pleasant stroll through history with our guides.

Free Night Tour of Seville: Guided tours schedules

Let our expert guide take you on a nocturnal tour of the secrets that Seville holds. This pleasant visit to the most emblematic places will allow you to glimpse outstanding buildings of the city at nightfall. The tour will start at 8.00 pm from Monday to Sunday in Spanish. Remember that you have to make your reservation by phone.


Private Tour
If you prefer a tour that suits you better or you are a large group, you can contract a private tour

Prices

Prices

Includes

Includes

Meeting point

Meeting point

Salvador Square, look for the blue umbrella

How to get there

How to get there

Plaza del Triunfo s/n. 41004. Sevilla.

Commuter train:
· Line C1 until San Bernardo and walk to the Plaza del Triunfo

Public Parking
· Parking Jardines Murillo, Cano y Cueto, s/n, 41004 Sevilla
· Parking Puerta de Jerez, Av. Roma, 13, 41013 Sevilla

Cancelations

Cancelations

Free cancelations until 24 hours before the activity. If you cancel within those 24 hours or don’t show up, there won’t be a refund.

 
 
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