Explore the diverse cultures of Seville on a 2-hour walking tour of the city’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Travel the narrow streets of the former Jewish quarter in Santa Cruz. Learn about the Moors, Visigoths, African slaves, and much more.
What to Expect
Travel through more than 3,000 years of history on a cultural walking tour of Seville, and learn the story of the city from its days as a small trading port on the bank of the River Guadalquivir, to the times of the Moors and beyond.
Learn how the city was conquered by the Carthaginians, before becoming a part of the Roman Empire. Your guide will tell you about Visigoths, Moos, Jews, and Christians, along with the place of minorities such as the gypsies, African slaves, and even Native Americans. Hear how they were often persecuted, and how cultures such as flamenco evolved as a form of resistance.
Learn about Seville’s elegant sense of the aesthetic as a local guide imparts her love for the city. Limited to no more than 15 people, each tour provides an intimate experience for travelers who seek a deeper knowledge and understanding of Seville.
Know Before You Go
• Please wear comfortable shoes and bring drinking water