Isla La Cartuja

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Isla La Cartuja: Our most recommended tours and activities

  • Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    1. Seville: Exclusive River Boat Tour with Tapas

    Board a boat in central Seville and embark on a 1-hour cruise along the Guadalquivir River. First, discover the newest part of the city around the area of La Cartuja Island. Listen to informative live commentary from the captain such as about the 1992 Universal Exhibition Expo which was held to commemorate the 500 year anniversary of the discovery of America. Then, continue along the river through the historic center, passing under one of the oldest iron bridges in Europe - the Isabel Bridge II (popularly known as Triana Bridge). During the course of navigation, see more famous landmarks such as the Plaza de Toros de La Maestranza, Torre del Oro, Palacio de San Telmo, and many more. Finally, pass by impressive buildings from the 1929 Ibero-American exhibition where the great architect Haníbal Gonzalez designed the great Plaza de España. As you soak up the view of the city, savor a sele...

    We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

  • Unusual Seville: 2.5-Hour Tour and Cruise

    2. 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 S...

    The tour was great but because I didn't get to go on the Alcazar and Cathedral visits the day before I paid again to go with her. Outstanding guide. Highly commended. Melissa even tried to phone about the previous day but couldn't get through.

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What people are saying about Isla La Cartuja

Overall rating

3.8 / 5

based on 72 reviews

We had a fantastic boat trip down the Guadalquivir giving you a very different view of Seville and Triana. Our guide was really knowledgable and friendly, and despite not being fluent in English he tried very hard to explain every detail to us in English (assuming it’s my fault for booking a Spanish speaking tour). Really would recommend as it’s a fantastic evening activity and the sunset views are just spectacular.

We loved the experience. The guide told us very cool stories that put us fully into the environment of navigation. He even left the helm to our young son to captain the ship himself. The tapas consisted of a place of Iberian ham, olives and chips, accompanied by a soft drink or beer of your choice.

A very relaxing experience with wonderful views. An activity different from the usual way of visiting the city. Simply lovely. Also very good treatment and quite comfortable everything.

Paul was wonderful. He knew the history of Seville and spoke English. The weather was perfect to be on the river

It was a lovely trip along the river, and the captain was really helpful and informative about Seville