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Let’s walk together discovering the corners of this magical city, its monuments, its architecture, its customs, its history and its legends, on the most attractive route in Seville.
During the visit we will know:
Golden Tower – the witness of trade with the Indies
Hotel Alfonso XIII (without entering)
San Telmo Palace (without entering) – in its time the sailing school and palace of the royal family),
Former tobacco factory (if it were open, we would enter) that inspired Bizet to create his famous Carmen
Pavilions and venues of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Visiting the exhibition site, we will make contact with the regionalist architecture that has marked so much the Sevillian landscape, with Plaza de España (The Spain Square) and the surroundings of the María Luisa Park as its greatest exponent.
Santo Cruz Quarter- historical center of the city where we will talk about the life of Sephardic Jews and the inquisition. We will enjoy its narrow and whitewashed streets and we will merge history and legend with a character such as don Juan Tenorio or the young Susona, in addition to being able to acquire numerous memories.
Triumph Square, where we will face the three monuments protected by UNESCO as the royal palace – Real Alcázar, the archive of the Indies – Archivo de Indias and the cathedral (largest gothic cathedral in the world).