Discover hidden corners in the old neighborhoods of Seville on a 2-hour walking tour with an alternative twist. See art workshops, explore where the city’s residents get creative, and wander the streets of some of the most characteristic districts.
What to Expect
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.
Open the door to an alternative Seville; a city bustling with new ideas and conquered by a new generation of people, places, jobs, ways of entertainment, and culinary habits.
- Map of Seville
- Insiders' tips
Know Before You Go
• Please note that this tour requires a minimum 2 people and a maximum 15 people
• Please advise if you would like a more persoanlized tour or a combination of this tour with other activities, tours or workshops offered by the operator