Monasterio de la Cartuja

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Monasterio de la Cartuja: Our most recommended tours and activities

Seville 2.5-Hour City Bike Tour

1. Seville 2.5-Hour 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.

Seville: Half-Day Private Tour by Electric Bike

2. 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: 2.5-Hour Adventurous Electric Bike Tour

3. Seville: 2.5-Hour Adventurous Electric Bike Tour

Eager to get outside to discover the famous sights and hidden gems of Seville? Get on an electric bike for a relaxed ride through the city on this 2.5-hour tour. Start by traveling back in time with a visit to the city's original 11th-century walls, a symbol of Spain's Moorish history and the era of Muslim rule. Then make your way back to the present with a stop at the beautiful neo-Baroque Basilica of Our Lady of Hope, built in the 20th century and located in the heart of the Macarena neighborhood. From there, see the new and unique bridges that were built for the World Exposition in 1992, before stopping at the incredible Metropol Parasol; finished in 2011. These mushroom-shaped parasols hang over the Plaza Encarnación, and are said to be the largest outdoor wooden structures in the world. Enjoy learning about Seville without having to navigate the city on your own, and get some fresh air at the same time. As the tour uses electric bikes, you’ll be able to see more of Seville’s sites in less time, and without the effort of cycling on a normal bike. The tour makes use of bike lanes and side roads with minimal traffic, so you will feel safe as you ride.

Seville: Monumental Segway Shared or Private Tour

4. Seville: Monumental Segway Shared or Private Tour

See the sights of Seville by personal transporter with a local guide. Get a short practice session and safety briefing before you set off to ensure you feel comfortable and confident on the 2-wheel electric vehicle. Learn the history of each building and get the chance to take souvenir photos as you glide through the lively streets with ease. Pass the Giralda and magnificent Seville Cathedral - one of the largest Catholic churches in the world. See the Archivo General de Indias in the ancient merchants' exchange and the magnificent Alcázar, built on the site of a Muslim fortress. Marvel at the monuments of Puerta de Jerez, including the elegant Hotel Alfonso XIII, and then continue to Plaza de España to admire the mosaic tiles. Make your way down to the Guadalquivir River and Triana Bridge. Glide through Plaza de Armas and Plaza de Toros to take a look at the Expo '92 monuments on La Cartuja island. 

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What people are saying about Monasterio de la Cartuja

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 717 reviews

If like us this was your first trip to Seville, YOU SIMPLY MUST SEE IT BY SEGWAY! We had a private tour with Miro, who was incredibly knowledgeable and an excellent tour guide. What would take you five hours on foot can be done in two hours on a segway. They are very easy to operate and are fantastic way to see Seville and stay cool in the heat! Miro gave us some excellent reccomemdations for restaurants after the tour had finished and gave us some great tips on what else to do whilst in Seville

We found Medhi for a guided family electric bike tour with teenagers who were not always very motivated by cultural visits. We all loved it: Medhi has great knowledge that he knows how to tell with humor and he adapted to our questions. An excellent moment that we warmly recommend

Mehdi made us discover Seville through an extremely interesting bike tour. We were able to discover the main sites through a very rich visit and small anecdotes. We highly recommend this tour.

Medi took us along in the history of Seville in a very enthusiastic and inspiring way. He knew a lot and took all the time to show us everything.

We enjoyed this bike tour. The guide (Medhi) was very good.