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Seville: Relaxing City Bike Tour with a Tour Guide

1. Seville: Relaxing City Bike Tour with a Tour Guide

Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Your guide will help you get oriented in the city and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, head north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, where you'll see the Monasterio de la Cartuja, before heading back to the center and Alameda. Explore the nightlife hotspot and wind your way through the streets and alleys of Seville center, stopping at the legendary Campana Café to get your bearings for the infamous “setas” (mushrooms). End with a quick pedal around Santa Cruz, biking past the cathedral and Alcazares.

Seville: 3–Hour Sightseeing Tour

2. Seville: 3–Hour Sightseeing Tour

Start from a nineteenth century house, which can be viewed as operating from the typical Sevillian patio. From there, prepare to see the most historic and monumental parts of Seville from Plaza del Salvador, Plaza de San Francisco and Plaza Nueva, located near the City Hall, then head towards Avienda de la Constitución located at the Cathedral, the Giralda. Discover the old tobacco factory, Prado de San Sebastián, Plaza de España and Maria Luisa Park, New York dock, Real Maestranza and Torre del Oro; its origins, trivia and history. Finish the route with the well–known Mushrooms of the Plaza de la Encarnación, and contrast historic Seville with the most avant-garde.

Seville: 2-Hour Electric Kickscooter or Bike Tour

3. Seville: 2-Hour Electric Kickscooter or Bike Tour

Navigating the city onboard a kickscooter or bicycle is the fastest and most eco-friendly way to see and learn about all the historical monuments and hidden wonders of Seville. Follow a guide on a tour of the city's highlights, getting up-close views of the most beautiful and iconic locations. Take your pick from a wide fleet of vehicles including pedal bikes, electric bikes, and electric kickscooters. From the center of town, the tour heads to the Archivo de Indias followed by the Cathedral of Seville, which dates back to 1401 and is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Continue to Plaza del Triunfo — full of history and always bursting with culture. Breeze through the Gardens of Murillo to the Alcazar, a walled complex built in different historical stages, started in the Middle Ages. Take in the incredible scenes at the Plaza de España, which has ramps for bikes and scooters and is the perfect opportunity for photographs. Wander the gardens of Maria Luisa, and then head down to the river Guadalquivir for a fresh breeze to end the tour. The nimble scooters and bikes can get you up close to hidden gems that wouldn't be accessible by car or bus, and a professional guide speaking your language will share stories and experiences about the magical city of Seville.

Seville: Half-Day Private Tour by Electric Bike

4. Seville: Half-Day Private Tour by Electric Bike

Get the lay of the land on an e-bike tour of Seville, and see more of the city than is possible on a walking tour. The high quality bikes come with English, German, Dutch, Spanish, French, and Italian-speaking monitors that will help you get oriented, and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, go north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, and marvel at the Monasterio de la Cartuja before cruising back to the center and Alameda. Explore Seville’s nightlife hotspot, winding your way through the streets and alleys to stop at the legendary Campana Café. End with a quick pedal around Santa Cruz, biking past Seville’s monumental cathedral and the Alcazares.

Seville: Barrio de Santa Cruz Self-Guided Audio Tour

5. Seville: Barrio de Santa Cruz Self-Guided Audio Tour

Let the oldest quarter of Seville charm you in this 50 min long self guided tour. Wander around the narrow streets of the old Juderia, learn about the stories of past inhabitants and visit ancient palaces and churches. Seville will come alive and you will discover its hidden gems while wandering around its most iconic neighbourhood. Highlights included in the route: Calle Susona Hospital de lo Venerables Calle Reinoso Plaza de Santa Cruz Casa de Murillo Church Santa Maria la Blanca Plaza Salvador …and many more!

Seville: Guided City Sightseeing E-bike Tour

6. Seville: Guided City Sightseeing E-bike Tour

Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Your guide will help you get oriented in the city and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, head north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, where you'll see the Monasterio de la Cartuja, before heading back to the center and Alameda. Explore the nightlife hotspot and wind your way through the streets and alleys of Seville center, stopping at the legendary Campana Café to get your bearings for the infamous “setas” (mushrooms). End with a quick pedal around Santa Cruz, biking past the cathedral and Alcazares.

Seville: 3–Hour Historical Tour

7. Seville: 3–Hour Historical Tour

Seville has been one of the most important cities in Spain since ancient times; the first settlers of the site have been identified with the Tartessian culture. The destruction of their settlement is attributed to the Carthaginians, giving way to the emergence of the Roman city of Hispalis, built very near the Roman colony of Itálica. At the time of the Almoravids, Seville was the best walled city in Europe. Following the riots of 1868 the revolutionaries toppled many of those walls, leaving sections of Macarena, Puerta de Córdoba and Alcázar. On this route, discover the doors of Seville, where carriages were stopped, mysteries unravelled,  stories unfolded; and take a cycling tour of the historic area, seeing the defensive route of the old Seville. Puerta Carmona, Puerta Osario, Puerta Triana - see them all, stopping at each one. 

Seville: Monumental City Bike Tour

8. Seville: Monumental City Bike Tour

Get the lay of the land on a 2.5-hour bike tour of Seville and see more of the city than is possible on a walking tour. English, Spanish, French, and Italian-speaking guides will help you get oriented in the city and show the vast majority of Seville’s landmarks. Start from the historic Barrio Santa Cruz and head through the Jardines de Murillo towards the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and Seville University. Continue to Parque María Luisa, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberian-American Exposition. From there, head down to the river and check out a part of Triana and the Torre del Oro bullring. Next, head north to the Cartuja, site of the 1992 Exposition, where you'll see the Monasterio de la Cartuja, before heading back to the center and Alameda. Explore the nightlife hotspot and wind your way through the streets and alleys of Seville center, stopping at the legendary Campana Café to get your bearings for the infamous “setas” (mushrooms). End with a quick pedal around Santa Cruz, biking past the cathedral and Alcazares.

From Malaga: Seville Day Trip with Real Alcázar tickets

9. From Malaga: Seville Day Trip with Real Alcázar tickets

Explore Seville on a day trip with a guide, with the option for a tour of the Alcázar Palace. Walk through Maria Luisa Park and the Santa Cruz neighborhood, and take some time for solo exploration. Pickup and drop-off are available from Malaga, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, and Torremolinos. Enjoy transportation from a pickup point in Malaga or the Costa del Sol before taking a scenic coach drive to Seville. Enjoy panoramic views of the Paseo de Colón, the River Guadalquivir, and the Avenida de las Palmeras. Take your first stop at the picturesque Maria Luisa Park, including a stroll in the Plaza España. Next, visit the Murillo Gardens on your way to the Old Town. Soak up the authentic Andalusian atmosphere in the winding streets of the Santa Cruz neighborhood. You'll then have three hours for solo exploration. Stop for lunch at a local Andalusian restaurant, visit the Seville Cathedral, or head to the Setas de Sevilla for the best viewpoints in the city. You can opt for tickets to a 1.5-hour guided tour of the Real Alcazar, Seville's ornate 16th-century Moorish palace, now designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the Prince's Garden, the Courtyard of the Maidens, and the Admiral's Hall up close. After your visit, you'll be transferred back to your destination in Malaga or another city in the Costa del Sol.

From Malaga: Seville Day Trip with Guided City Walking Tour

10. From Malaga: Seville Day Trip with Guided City Walking Tour

You will be picked up from Málaga and Costa del Sol, directly to Seville. Enjoy the panoramic views of Paseo de Colón, the River Guadalquivir, and the Avenida de las Palmeras to the Maria Luisa Park where you will stop to enjoy taking pictures and taking a walk in one of the most emblematic places of Seville. After that, you will go through the Murillo Gardens into the old part of the city, through the narrow streets of the famous Santa Cruz neighborhood. One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Seville that hides great mysteries and legends as well as an authentic Andalusian atmosphere. At the end of the visit you will have free time to explore Seville for 5 hours and you can take the opportunity to have lunch and taste typical Andalusian dishes. You will be able to visit the third largest cathedral in the world, the Seville Cathedral next to the most characteristic image of the city, the Giralda of Seville. If you wish, you can access on your own to enjoy the most inspiring and amazing gothic and renaissance art and learn about its history or even visit the Royal Alcazar of Seville where the famous Game of Thrones series was filmed. Stroll along the banks of the Guadalquivir River and see the famous Torre de Oro or even go to the Plaza de la Encarnacion to see the Metropol Parasol or Seville mushrooms, one of the most visited places in the city in recent years and climb up to see one of the best views of the city of Seville. At the time indicated by the guide, meet again for the return to the same place of the pickup.

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What people are saying about Jardines de Murillo

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4.6 / 5

based on 982 reviews

Highly recommend this. When they say it's relaxing they mean it! It was a beautiful day and we biked through historic streets and got a history lesson of the city. Richard was our guide and he was very knowledgeable.

We had a fabulous time on our three hour bike tour of Sevilla with Leo as our guide. He showed us all the major sites and gave us great historical and current information about the city.

A wonderful way to experience Sevilla! Rigo, our guide was so informative, interesting and passionate about his city! A very easy city to cycle around...highly recommend!

Visit made by Alejandro very interesting and very friendly guide! We strongly advise!

Great fun. Scooters were bashed up a bit. Rigo was a great host.