The Cathedral is one of the finest Gothic architectures in all of Europe and, more importantly, the largest Gothic cathedral worldwide. The Giralda tower itself can be seen from virtually every point in the city, and is never a dull sight. You have to see the skyline from atop with your own eyes.
Bull farms are typically situated in rural Spanish settings and provide a unique opportunity not only to spend an exciting day outside of the city, but also to see behind the scenes tour of an authentic part of Spanish past and present.
What better way to trek through Andalusia than on horseback? Experience the beautiful landscapes of the region of El Aljarafe from a new angle as you are guided through nature on horseback.
Andalusian cuisine would not be anything like what it is today without the historic inclusion of olive oil. Learn the process of production and how the oil has become a vital part of Spanish tradition.
The true way to cross the Guadalquivir river, if you don’t mind getting a bit wet. Adventure across the river and view the city from a different perspective, while exercising and enjoying the weather.
The most visited site in Seville and arguably the most famous in Andalusia, the Royal Alcazar is truly a special palace and even more unique tour. Captured in movies and tv around the world, you must see the palace in person to truly appreciate it.
Discover beautiful Seville, while being active and feeling energetic. Enjoy the city in the healthiest way with a lively group and beautiful sites.
Get to know the city in a fun and healthy way and blend in with the locals. Mountain and tour bikes are at your disposal to explore at your own pace.
The most important Roman city in what was known as ancient “Hispania,” Italica is now impressive ruins of the old Roman empire. Boasting an impressive amphitheater, this is a true walk back through time.
For all lovers of wine this is a must to see. Find out more about the production, the tradition and the history of this art and get the chance to try a variety of Andalusian wines.
Two of the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Seville, the Royal Alcazar palace and the Cathedral of Seville are impressive to say the least. The marvelous architecture, romantic gardens, and breathtaking art has to be seen in person to be fully appreciated.