Get a private tour, of the Royal Alcazar Palace, which was originally a defensive fortress set up by the Muslim rulers of Al-Andalus, while skipping the line and without queuing. Take in the unique atmosphere of the several pavilions, rooms and chambers the palace offers; it really gives you a feeling of royalty as you get lost in the beauty of its gardens.
|18 + years||18 – 25 years||4 – 17 years||0 – 3 years|
|29 €||19 €||15 €||Free|
*Students: From 18 to 25 years old with currently valid student card.
Start time: at 13:30h Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and at 15:00h on Tuesday, Thrusday, Saturday and Sunday.
Length: 1h 30′
Meeting point: Calle Francos nº19. (View on map)
The package includes: Alcazar tickets, official local guide, and skipping the lines.
Booking time limit: 4 hours in advance.
Cancelations: Free cancellation up to 4 hours in advance.
You will meet with your official guide at 19 Calle Francos and then you will start the tour by skipping the queues.
Throughout the illustriously tiled halls and corridors of the palace your guide will explain the vast history and importance the palace has, even to this day, as the King of Spain himself and his Royal Family stay in the palace whenever they are in the city.
Walking though the palace’s gardens and gazebos truly gives you a feeling of royalty. The beautiful architecture and bright tiles of palace perfectly compliment the foliage and flowers of the gardens, not to mention the peacocks that wander the grounds.
Additionally, the impressive stature of the Real Alcazar has been captures in movies and television throughout the world, including the immensely popular show Game of Thrones.
The tour takes about an hour and a half and leaves plenty of time to enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner afterwards, depending on which tour you chose.
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.
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.