VISIT SEVILLE IN ONE DAY
What to see in Seville?
Join us on an exciting day trip in Seville, whether you’re staying in the city itself or coming from another city like Malaga, Granada, or Cadiz. Immerse yourself in the richness of this city steeped in Hispanic, Islamic, and Roman culture. Our passionate local guides, knowledgeable about every corner, will take you to the most iconic places, from the majestic Seville Cathedral to the impressive Alcazar and the charming Santa Cruz Quarter or our panoramic city tour.
In our exclusive private day trip, you won’t just visit monuments but also dive into authentic experiences. Delight in delicious local gastronomy at iconic places, discover typical craftsmanship that tells centuries-old stories, and marvel as you stroll through narrow cobblestone streets full of history.
Enjoy our day trip to Seville from the city itself or any nearby location, embarking on a unique day with our meticulously designed guided tour. Live an unforgettable experience exploring the treasures of Seville, witness to centuries of history and culture. Reserve your prívate tour now and enjoy a day tailored to your preferences in this city that breathes tradition and charm!
Remember that we can also organize your day trip to Seville from Granada, Malaga, or any other city in Spain.
Proposed itinerary for our day trip in Seville
Morning: Discovering the History and Architecture of Seville
- Meeting and Departure: Start your day with a warm meeting with our guide, who will welcome you at your hotel or an agreed-upon point in Seville. Get ready to immerse yourself in the fascinating history and culture of the city.
- Seville Cathedral and La Giralda: Our first stop takes us to the imposing Seville Cathedral, declared a World Heritage Site. Discover its highlights, including La Giralda, an iconic tower with stunning panoramic views.
- Royal Alcazar: Continue to the Royal Alcazar, a royal palace of unique architectural beauty. Explore its lush gardens, courtyards, and halls, witnesses to the city’s rich history.
- Santa Cruz Quarter: Immerse yourself in the charm of the Santa Cruz Quarter, known for its narrow cobblestone streets, lively squares, and traditional Andalusian architecture. Discover the history of this ancient Jewish quarter.
- Lunch Break: Sevillian Flavors Enjoy free time to savor delicious Sevillian gastronomy. Try tapas at an authentic local bar or explore recommended restaurants serving traditional dishes.
- City Panorama: Opt for a city panorama to enjoy a broader view of iconic places.
- Tapas and Flamenco Show Tour: Immerse yourself in Seville’s nightlife with an afternoon tapas tour, followed by an authentic flamenco show. Enjoy local gastronomy and the passion of flamenco for a complete experience.
- Visit to Italica: Explore the Roman ruins of Italica, the birthplace of Roman emperors Trajan and Hadrian. Explore the ancient amphitheater and mosaics to delve into the region’s Roman past.
Return to the Hotel or Agreed-Upon Meeting Point:
We conclude the day by taking you back to your hotel or the agreed-upon meeting point, whether you’re staying in Seville or any other city. Ensuring you’ve experienced the best of Seville on this comprehensive day trip. We hope you’ve enjoyed this unforgettable day!
A bit of history you'll discover on your day trip in Seville
The history of Seville, the capital of Andalusia, is vast and rich, marked by the influence of various cultures over the centuries. Founded by the Romans in the 2nd century BC as “Hispalis,” the city became a significant commercial and military center in the Bética region.
During Muslim rule in the Iberian Peninsula, Seville (called “Ishbiliya” in Arabic) reached its peak. Under the Caliphate of Cordoba in the 10th century, the city experienced a cultural and economic boom, becoming a major hub for trade and learning. Iconic monuments like the Tower of Gold and the Royal Alcazar were built during this period.
In 1248, Seville was conquered by Ferdinand III of Castile, marking the beginning of the Christian Reconquest in Andalusia. The city became a key hub for trade between Europe and America after the discovery of America in 1492, solidifying its position as one of Europe’s most prosperous cities in the following centuries.
During the Modern and Contemporary eras, Seville continued to be an important cultural, artistic, and economic center. The 1929 Ibero-American Exposition left a significant architectural legacy in the city, including the Plaza de España and the Maria Luisa Park.
Today, Seville is known for its rich history, impressive architecture, and vibrant culture. Its monuments, such as the Seville Cathedral (the largest in Spain and the world’s largest Gothic cathedral) and the Royal Alcazar, bear witness to its glorious past. The city is also famous for its Holy Week, April Fair, and flamenco music, attracting visitors from around the world to experience its unique charm and warm Andalusian atmosphere.
Our schedules are entirely flexible; remember that we can adapt the itinerary to your preferences and tastes. It may vary depending on where you are staying, whether it’s in the city of Seville or any other city.
Entrance to the Seville Cathedral and Royal Alcazar, as well as a walk through the Santa Cruz Quarter.
Our local guides provide explanations in both Spanish and English to ensure an informative and immersive experience for all participants. Do you have a preference for a particular language? You can suggest it to us.
From pick-up, complimentary transfer, and entrance to the detailed monuments with guides, to the return to the previously agreed-upon point. The *additional options detailed in our proposed itinerary are not included. Feel free to tailor the visits to your liking.
Lunch is not included in the package, but we offer free time for you to enjoy local gastronomy in recommended restaurants. Additionally, if you wish, we can have lunch together to recommend the best local dishes and ensure you don’t miss anything.
The transfer is done in a private vehicle with all comforts, and the departure and return are organized from the accommodation or the nearest accessible location possible. You can always propose a different meeting point, and we would coordinate between both parties. If you are staying in the city of Seville, we will walk to the various monuments to visit; there’s nothing better than strolling through this charming city.
Yes, the trip includes moments of free time, especially after lunch, for you to explore at your own pace and enjoy additional experiences.
Our itinerary is designed to cover the most iconic places, but you can always adapt it to your preferences. In the contact section, you can propose your changes. Remember that among our recommendations to include in the itinerary, there are other sites to combine with your guided tour to Seville, such as the tapas and flamenco show tour, the visit to the ruins of Italica, or the city panorama.
It is recommended to wear comfortable clothing and shoes, sunscreen, a water bottle, and, of course, your camera to capture special moments.
Booking private tour in Seville
Places to be
Location and map
Catedral, Alcázar, Archivo de Indias, Palacio de Pilatos, Plaza de toros de la Maestranza, Parque de María Luisa, Plaza de España, Plaza de América, Barrio de Santa Cruz, Puente de Triana, Torre del Oro, Castillo de San Jorge, Alameda de Hércules, Barrio de Triana, Iglesia del Salvador, Muralla, Parlamento, Basílica de la Macarena, Parlamento de Andalucía, Hospital de la Caridad, Itálica.
- City Sightseeing
- Boat Trip
- Flamenco Show
- Walking tours
- Bike tours
- Kayak tours
- Cooking Lessons
- Flamenco Lessons