Stroll the atmospheric streets of Seville’s Barrio de Santa Cruz to discover the old Jewish quarter and absorb yourself in local legends. The free walking tour combines elements of Andalucían traditions and the cultures that have impacted on Seville.
What to Expect
Andalusia is a combination of many styles and has been home to many cultures that have impacted on everyday life. On this free, 2-hour walking tour of its main city Seville, your guide will show you a mix of one of the most popular area’s of the city - the atmospheric Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Walk from the old Jewish quarter to some of the most contemporary architecture, such as Metropol Parasol at Encarnación Square. Designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer-Hermann, the wooden structure consists of 6 parasols in the form of giant mushrooms.
Learn the legends of the barrio, and discover stories inherited through oral traditions. Your guide will provide a commentary designed to be different and funny.
- 2-hours walking tour
Puerta Jerez. We are in front of Haagen Daaz and Starbucks Coffee. Look for the purple umbrella.
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Know Before You Go
• Please wear comfortable shoes and bring drinking water
• It's recommended you bring an umbrella and raincoat in case of rain