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Alameda de Hercules: Our most recommended tours and activities

  • Seville: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

    1. Seville: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket

    Discover Seville’s stunning mix of monuments and gardens at your own pace with a 24-hour ticket for the hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus. The first stop is in the historic Paseo de Colon area, but you can hop on and off at any of the stops along the route. Travel back to the days of the Moors at the Torre del Oro, built on the banks of the River Guadalquivir during the Almohad Dynasty. Marvel at the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, experience the passion of flamenco at an historic sala, and wander among palm trees in the Alcázar Gardens. A multilingual audio guide in 15 languages is provided on board, with special commentary for kids. You'll get many perks and discounts with your ticket, including 2 free walking tours. Stops: 1. Paseo de Colon 2. Plaza de España 3. Acuario de Sevilla 4. Plaza de América 5. Plaza de Cuba 6. San Jacinto/Triana 7. Calle Castilla/Triana 8. Exposic...

    The bus was very great to see many attractions. We were able to take the tour with Alba. She was AMAZING! So kind and very informative. She gave us a thorough overview of the history of each moment and answered every question. If you want to see all of Sevilla in 1-2 days, this is your best bet!

  • Seville: Highlights Bike Tour with Local Guide

    2. Seville: Highlights Bike Tour with Local Guide

    See the sights of Seville from the saddle of a bike on a 2-hour sightseeing tour with a professional guide. Get a local's insight into different neighborhoods, including the traditional gypsy district of Triana. Cycle along the banks of the Guadalquivir River, and then get a closer look at the massive Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla bullring! Pedal over to Plaza de España, built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition in different architectural styles. Explore the former grounds of the Palace of San Telmo at Parque de María Luisa, and discover the historical neighborhoods of Santa Cruz, La Macarena and La Alameda de Hércules.

    Teresa was so knowledgeable about Sevilla and excellent at keeping track of all the riders

  • Seville: 2.5-Hour Adventurous Electric Bike Tour

    3. Seville: 2.5-Hour Adventurous Electric Bike Tour

    Eager to get outside to discover the famous sights and hidden gems of Seville? Get on an electric bike for a relaxed ride through the city on this 2.5-hour tour. Start by traveling back in time with a visit to the city's original 11th-century walls, a symbol of Spain's Moorish history and the era of Muslim rule. Then make your way back to the present with a stop at the beautiful neo-Baroque Basilica of Our Lady of Hope, built in the 20th century and located in the heart of the Macarena neighborhood. From there, see the new and unique bridges that were built for the World Exposition in 1992, before stopping at the incredible Metropol Parasol; finished in 2011. These mushroom-shaped parasols hang over the Plaza Encarnación, and are said to be the largest outdoor wooden structures in the world. Enjoy learning about Seville without having to navigate the city on your own, and get some fre...

    Great way to see other parts of the city away from the crowds in the centre. Our guide Gabriel was fantastic very knowledgeable, he could be of more accommodating and helpful

  • Seville: Off the Beaten Path & Market Walking Tour

    4. Seville: Off the Beaten Path & Market Walking Tour

    Be more than just a tourist on this creative 2-hour walking tour of some of Seville’s alternative sights. Ideal for those that have done the cathedral, Giralda, and Alcázar, or for those who prefer their tours less off-the-shelf, you will visit places where the locals hang-out, and where no one will look at you as a tourist. Departing from the northern columns of the Alameda de Hercules, named after the white poplar trees that fill its central section, set off to discover alternative bars, shops, bookstores, workshops, art galleries, and bohemian corners. The itinerary is partly a creative response to the economic crisis in Spain, as experienced in some of Seville’s less wealthy neighborhoods, such as Alameda and Macarena. You will see first-hand how the successful fusion of old spaces and modern ideas is being utilized. If you join our morning tour you will also visit the oldest mark...

    It was good - the only issue was the weather and that I got a little tired toward the end

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What people are saying about Alameda de Hercules

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 1,148 reviews

members of our group used both the 24 hour and 48 hour tickets. The commentary on the tour was rather disappointing but everything was very clear and the stops clearly announced (contrary to some reviews I read) The 4 walking talks could not be done on the 24 hour but we did 3 of them on the 48 and they were outstanding - we chose not to do the Magellan. Our 3 guides were absolutely outstanding - Veronica dealt with a very large group of both Spanish and English speakers with great ease, Raphael took just the 6 of us and was tremendous and Alexandro took a small English speaking group superbly. These 3 walks alone were worth the money. However, we also used the free or reduced entrance to several sites and had our free beer in the market. Without doubt the 48 hour ticket was incredible value.

It was a good tour and well worth undertaking. There was free WIFI on the bus but we did not realise it until we left as we had not read the small print and there were not signs on the bus to inform you. Connecting the earphones provided for the tour to be conducted in your language was easy but there were no signs/instructions to tell you which channel to select. However, we would recommend that this tour is one of the first things you do if you are there for a few days as it will orientate you to the many wonderful sights. Although the bus passes the Placa D'Espania you really need to get off and explore it as it looks nothing from the bus viewpoint. On the other side it is indeed remarkable.

The bus was very great to see many attractions. We were able to take the tour with Alba. She was AMAZING! So kind and very informative. She gave us a thorough overview of the history of each moment and answered every question. If you want to see all of Sevilla in 1-2 days, this is your best bet!

Very welcome and information thanks to the staff located at stops throughout the city.

Beautiful places to visit, beautiful architecture. Clean places. Good food.