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Seville Bus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Seville Bus & minivan tours

Seville: Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Bus

1. Seville: Hop-On Hop-Off City Sightseeing Bus

Discover Seville’s stunning mix of monuments and gardens at your own pace with the Iconic 24-hour ticket or Supreme 48-hour ticket for the hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus. The first stop is in the historic Paseo de Colon area, but you can hop on and off at any of the stops along the route. Travel back to the days of the Moors at the Torre del Oro, built on the banks of the River Guadalquivir during the Almohad Dynasty. Marvel at the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, experience the passion of flamenco at an historic sala, and wander among palm trees in the Alcázar Gardens. A multilingual audio guide in 15 languages is provided on board, with special commentary for kids. You'll get many perks and discounts with your ticket, including 2 walking tours with the Iconic Ticket, and 4 walking tours with the Supreme Ticket. Stops: 1. Paseo de Colon (in front of the Plaza de Toros Real Maestranza) 2. Plaza de España 3. Acuario de Sevilla 4. Plaza de América 5. Plaza de Cuba 6. San Jacinto/Triana 7. Calle Castilla/Triana 8. Exposicion Universal Expo 92 9. Isla Mágica Theme Park 10. Macarena 11. Torre de los Perdigones 12. Alameda de Hércules 13. Plaza del Duque 14. Plaza de Armas

Seville: 2-Day Hop-on Hop-off Bus Ticket

2. Seville: 2-Day Hop-on Hop-off Bus Ticket

Start your trip from Torre del Oro and make a total of 14 stops in Seville where you can get on and off the bus as many times as you like. Enjoy two days of hop-on hop-off access and two included walking tours. Prepare to be impressed by the imposing Plaza de España and the Parque de María Luisa. Make two crossings of the majestic Guadalquivir River. Contemplate the Cartuja, where Columbus lived before leaving on his journey of discovery. Next head to the Almohad walls of the city, and see the most famous church of the Virgin Mary in Seville, the Macarena. Relax as the bus takes you to the heart of this amazing city, a treat for all your senses.

From Seville: Private Granada Day-Trip with Alhambra Visit

3. From Seville: Private Granada Day-Trip with Alhambra Visit

Set off for Granada early in the morning so you are able to tour the Sevillian countryside. On your journey, pass a range of stunning villages such as Estepa, Antequera, and Loja. After seeing and experiencing much of Andalusia, you will arrive in Granada. The city possesses a vast cultural and historical legacy and is presided over by the famous Alhambra Palace. The Alhamabra was an Arabic palace where the Nasrid dynasty used to reside. The palace is among one of the most beautiful places in the world and the most popular tourist attraction in Andalucia. Once you arrive there you will be accompanied around the palace to see just why it’s renowned for its heritage. You will see the remnants of the many different cultures and religions that encompassed this sight. You will also get the opportunity to see the exquisite gardens that astound with their beauty. For this reason, it is considered one of the most important sights in the country. You will take a guided tour of the attractions, including the Alcazaba, Nasrid Palace, and Generalife Gardens. You will discover the different places, courtyards, and pavilions as you discover their history. After the group guided tour, finish with a walking tour of Albaicin. With your private guide, see the old Moorish quarter, with its narrow streets, flower-filled squares, and spectacular Alhambra views. After the tour, drive to the city center where you'll have free time to eat, do some shopping, and simply relax and enjoy the beauty of the city center by yourself. Your guide will rejoin you before you head to Seville and arrive back in time for dinner. The languages offered for the activity and tour are English, Spanish, French, and Italian.

From Seville: Italica Roman City Tour

4. From Seville: Italica Roman City Tour

Visit Italica, located just 15 minutes from Seville, on a 4-hour guided tour. The first authentically Roman city in Spain was founded in 206 B.C. by Roman General Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus and was the birthplace of future Roman emperors Trajan and Hadrian. Take a walk along the old streets of the Archaeological Ensemble of Italica and explore the ruins of the houses and public buildings. See the amphitheater that had a seating capacity of 25,000 and was the third-largest in the Roman Empire. Admire the mosaic floors, the Traianeum, the statues of Diana, Venus, and Trajan, and the public baths. See the partially reconstructed Roman theater in Santiponce.

Seville: Alcázar Fast Track Access and Guided Tour

5. Seville: Alcázar Fast Track Access and Guided Tour

On this 90-minute fast-track access tour you’ll learn about the historical evolution of Seville and its importance as a religious, historical and cultural center. The Alcázar of Seville houses the history of the last millennium within its walls and gardens, and you’ll recognize influences from the Arabic period to the late Middle Ages and through to the Renaissance, Baroque and the 19th century. In 1987 UNESCO declared the Alcázar a World Heritage Site, acknowledging the survival of cultures and civilizations in a harmonic whole. Explore the unique surroundings of this site as you hear the detailed commentary by a private guide. You’ll learn about the legendary al-Mutamid, the 11th-century monarch and poet from Seville, and some of the personalities that illuminated modern-day Spain in the early 19th century. Admire the stunning architecture and the gardens, and listen as your guide tells you about the mix of Arabic and European cultures. This is one of the most visited complexes in the world. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore a place that features a unique combination of culture, religion and history.

Seville: Minibus Tour, Aquarium and River Cruise

6. Seville: Minibus Tour, Aquarium and River Cruise

See the attractions of Seville on a minibus tour and marvel at monuments such as the 18th-century Royal Tobacco Factory, Palace of San Telmo, Torre del Oro and Basilica of Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza Macarena. Admire the colorful tiles of Plaza de España.  Then, get close to marine species with a 1.5-hour tour of the Acuario de Sevilla and learn about the flora and fauna that Magellan encountered on his 16th-century expeditions to the Spice Islands.  Next, cruise along the Guadalquivir River and see the Triana district and 10th-century Castillo de San Jorge from the water. Discover where Columbus planned his journey to the New World and more.

Pueblos Blancos & Ronda: Private Full-Day Tour from Seville

7. Pueblos Blancos & Ronda: Private Full-Day Tour from Seville

You will depart from Seville to begin the journey, driving through the Sevillian countryside, surrounded by wheat and beautiful sunflower fields. You will stop at the 'Castle of Las Aguzaderas' - an interesting medieval building located at the old border among Catholic and Moorish kingdoms. Then, continue through the mountains stopping at Zahara de la Sierra, on the top of a steep hill. Zahara is famous for its views and history.  Here, you will have time to wander around, have a cup of coffee and visit a small olive oil factory which makes one of the best olive oils in the region. On the way to Grazalema, you will go through the Nature Park Sierra de Grazalema. You will see a range of amazing landscapes over the provinces of Cadiz, Malaga and Seville, from 'Puerto de las Palomas' which is 1157 meters above sea level. Also, you will get the chance to witness the wildlife in its natural habitat. These mountains are home to the largest colony of Griffon vultures in Spain. Once in Grazalema, there will be time to have a nice meal, surrounded by white houses and colorful flowers.     After lunch, you will leave Grazalema and head to Ronda. On the way you will cross a very beautiful Mediterranean forest full of cork trees and oaks where up to the present day, locals still work with cattle (Iberian pigs, goats and cows) and produce honey, cork, aromatic spices and wood. After an exciting morning, you will reach Ronda, one of the oldest towns in the country. Ronda is unique for its nature and history. It is built on two separate cliffs and the town is connected by a famous bridge, known as 'The New Bridge' despite the fact that it was built in the 18th century. In Ronda, you will have free time to explore the town's beauty.

Unusual Seville: 2.5-Hour Tour and Cruise

8. Unusual Seville: 2.5-Hour Tour and Cruise

Explore the most emblematic monuments of Seville on a sightseeing tour of the old city center, and then cruise along the Guadalquivir River to experience the city from an alternative perspective. Following a pick-up from your hotel in the city center, transfer by air-conditioned minivan past sights such as the University, Old Tobacco Factory, San Telmo Palace, Golden Tower, Isabel II Bridge, and Macarena Basilica. Visit Plaza de España, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition, and marvel at the mosaic tiles. Discover the site of Bizet’s opera “Carmen.” Then, go to the former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, and discover a labyrinth of narrow streets that lead to Plaza de los Venerables. Take a river cruise along the Guadalquivir River for views of the city from a different perspective. See the untouched sides of the Golden Tower, the famous Calle Betis, and the Old Bull Ring of Seville. Pass the Triana Bridge designed by Gustav Eiffel. Marvel at modern constructions, such as the Pabelions, built for the 1992 Exposition. Admire the famous Isla de la Cartuja and its monastery, where Cristopher Columbus once lived.

Artistic Seville 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour and Cruise

9. Artistic Seville 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour and Cruise

Explore Seville from a different perspective on a combined 3-hour sightseeing tour and cruise. Following a pick-up from your hotel, start with a boat trip from the Muelle de la Sal (Salt Wharf), and marvel at the bridges and monuments on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Continue to the Monastery of Cartuja to see where Christopher Columbus planned his travels to the New World for 3 years. Next, visit the historic bull ring of the Real Maestranza, said to be the site of the finest bullfighting traditions in Spain. Drive across the Isabel II Bridge to explore the former sailors and potters' neighborhood of Triana. See the 10th-century Castle of San Jorge, and admire the façade of the Macarena Basilica.

From Costa del Sol: Guided Tour of Seville

10. From Costa del Sol: Guided Tour of Seville

Discover the city of Seville on a guided tour from the Costa del Sol. Enjoy several hours in the city with a guided bus and walking tour.  On the bus, see the Pavilions of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, the Maria Luisa Park, the San Telmo Palace, the Torre del Oro, the Guadalquivir River, the only navigable river in Spain. Afterward, meet your local guide and start the guided walking tour through the beautiful Santa Cruz quarter, the Puerta de Jerez, the historic center of the city.  Reach the Cathedral and its famous Giralda Tower. Explore the interior of the cathedral, the largest Gothic-style cathedral in the world, where you can also see the sarcophagus of Christopher Columbus. Make a short stop at Plaza de España. After the visit, you will have some free time to explore more of the city. Afterward, relax on the journey back to Malaga.

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based on 3,568 reviews

I didn’t realize that I’d neglected to review our day trip to Ronda. We toured in October of 2019, completely unaware that the world was about to change, if not forever, then at least for a very long time. First, our guide (I forget his name but WOW was he amazing! Originally from Italy?His son still lived there? He had an apartment near a wonderful Italian restaurant in Seville? Sound familiar? If you’re reading this, THANK YOU for a wonderful carefree day and the many suggestions for restaurants and activities in Seville!). Our day included stopping at ancient ruins to explore, a coffee stop at a quaint little village, a stop at an amazing restaurant for lunch then arrival at Ronda. Our guide took our pictures at the iconic site below the bridge. We then explored the unforgettable town and cathedral. It was l lovely day. We saw a lot of the beautiful Spanish countryside. Our driver was conscientious about our safety and comfort. I highly recommend the private tour to Ronda.

Good tour of Seville sites and we got off at some stops where it was interesting to know the recommended sites in the brochure delivered. very good program

The tour gives a very good overview of the sights of the city and also allows you to visit the more remote parts of the city.

Our guide and driver, Sergio, was excellent. The day in Granada was very enjoyable and the Alhambra is amazing.

Guide (Alberto) was fabulous! Company needs new headsets-had lots of static.