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Seville: Las Setas Guided Tour with VR & Optional City Tour

1. Seville: Las Setas Guided Tour with VR & Optional City Tour

Admire the views from Metropol Parasol, also known as Las Setas (the mushrooms), a wooden structure in La Encarnación Square in Seville's old quarter. Benefit from skip-the-line access, a guided tour, and a VR experience. Choose to add a guided tour of the city's highlights to your experience. Meet your guide at the customer service desk next to the ticket office and skip the line to enter the structure. Make your way up to the viewpoint and enjoy fantastic views of the city skyline. Spot notable landmarks and learn a bit about the history and development of the city. Then, don your smartglasses and enjoy a VR experience, showing how the city once looked from above. Go back in time to the Romans Empire when the city was known as Hispalis. This virtual tour is also an interpretive and dynamic videoguide providing great insight into the city's rich heritage. Depending on the option chosen, either leave your guide after 30 minutes or continue with a 2-hour guided walking tour of Seville. Discover the city's main attractions with your guide and enjoy extra VR views using the smartglasses.

Seville: 1-Hour Walking Tour Barrio de Santa Cruz

2. Seville: 1-Hour Walking Tour Barrio de Santa Cruz

Andalusia is a combination of many styles and has been home to many cultures that have impacted on everyday life. On this 1-hour walking tour of its main city Seville, your guide will show you a mix of one of the most popular area’s of the city - the atmospheric Barrio de Santa Cruz. Walk from the old Jewish quarter to some of the most contemporary architecture, such as Metropol Parasol at Encarnación Square. Designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer-Hermann, the wooden structure consists of 6 parasols in the form of giant mushrooms. Learn the legends of the barrio, and discover stories inherited through oral traditions. Your guide will provide a commentary designed to be different and funny.

Seville: 3-Hour Islamic City Walking Tour with Tapas

3. Seville: 3-Hour Islamic City Walking Tour with Tapas

Begin by visiting the Plaza del Triunfo by the cathedral, hearing explanations about Archivo de Indias, the 12th-century main mosque, and the Alcazar. 100 meters further, learn about Puerta del Perdón and Alcaicería de la Seda - a 12th-century indoor Muslim market. Whilst at this spot, discover how the citizens of Sevilla lived through the 500 years of Islamic ruling. From there, enjoy the trip to El Salvador to explore its 9th-century Aljama Mosque and original main dock from Roman times. It is great place for a “tapa” and a drink in an authentic abacería, an ancient tavern. Before reaching the final point of your tour, discover Santa Catalina and learn about mudéjar - an amazing building style which is a mixture between both Arabic and Christian styles. Finally, step up to the Metropolitan Mushroom to enjoy the spectacular skyline of the city.

Seville: 2.5-Hour Adventurous Electric Bike Tour

4. 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: Guided City Walking Tour with Virtual Reality

5. Seville: Guided City Walking Tour with Virtual Reality

Your visit will consist of: - On your arrival at Las Setas de Sevilla (meeting point), you will be met by our guide at our customer service desk. - The guide will welcome you and explain what the tour consists of. - The guide will accompany you at all times. - Throughout the tour, the guide will explain you the most monumental places of the city. - The tour lasts two hours. - The stops on the Sevilla guided route are: • Start: Plaza de la Encarnación • 1st stop: Plaza del Salvador • 2nd stop: Plaza de San Francisco • 3rd stop: Catedral – Puerta del Perdón • 4th stop: Giralda • 5th stop: Real Alcázar • 6th stop: Archivo de Indias • 7th stop: Guadalquivir – Torre del Oro - SPECIAL CONTENTS: Thanks to smart glasses, at each stop, you will also be able to see VR content. You will see 3D 360º reconstructions of what different places in Seville were like in the Ancient, Middle and Modern Ages. In addition, each VR content has virtual characters that will give you explanations of what you are seeing. See our spot https://youtu.be/NAxxyEVPO78

Seville: Salvador Church, Casa Pilatos, and Metropol Tour

6. Seville: Salvador Church, Casa Pilatos, and Metropol Tour

Get an understanding of the artistic development of the city from Mudejar to present day, covering Renaissance, Baroque, and Regionalist and contemporary styles. The monuments to be focused on are the Salvador Church and Pilatos House. Inside the magnificent Salvador Church, a former mosque, are displays of some of the best sculptures of the Holy Week processions. Stroll inside the heart of Arabic Seville, an area full of life and businesses, where you can buy the best outfits for the April Fair, the Rocio Pilgrimage, or any social event. Pilatos house, the second monument to be visited, is a Mudejar-style palace also influenced by the Italian Renaissance period. You can also see some of Seville's most avant-garde architecture at the end of the tour. Enter the Metropol Building and see what is known as Las Setas (the mushrooms).

Seville: Enchanted Walking Tour in Spanish

7. Seville: Enchanted Walking Tour in Spanish

This is a special night walk starting from Plaza del Triunfo, a historical location due to the fact that in 1755, there was a huge earthquake in Lisbon which was also felt in Seville. Discover the reason for its name as well as the history of the three different buildings that you will find there. Afterwards, go through the Old Town, also called Judería and be told about different happenings from 1248 until now. Visit the narrow streets and special squares such as Plaza de Doña Elvira, Plaza de Susona and Plaza de Alfaro, etc. This neighborhood has haunted houses and the most special stories will be explained. When you finish your visit of Judería, head directly to calle Mármoles with its roman columns and then go to Cabeza del Rey Don Pedro to hear about the incredible story of this street. Then, walk until Alfalfa, where you can find underground passages and small shops that were created during the Muslim period. Finally, arrive at las Setas, a modern site in the middle of Plaza de la Encarnación.

Seville 4-Hour Guided Walking Tour

8. Seville 4-Hour Guided Walking Tour

Stroll the fragrant alleys and historic streets of Seville's old town with a local guide, and marvel as more than 2,000 years of history is brought to life. Hear about the different cultures and civilizations that made the city their home over the centuries, from the explorers who set off to discover the New World to the city's Golden Age, gradual decline and re-birth in the late 20th century. Admire monuments such as City Hall on Plaza Nueva, one of the world's largest cathedrals and the Giralda bell tower in a former minaret. Pass the Archivo General de Indias, where documents about the history of the Spanish Empire are kept. Stroll through the charming Santa Cruz neighborhood and see an old tobacco factory. Admire the mosaic tiles of Plaza de España, see the beautiful Baroque façade of San Telmo Palace and the historic bridges over the Guadalquivir River before ending with a panoramic view from the new Metropol Parasol.

Seville: Tapas Brunch Experience

9. Seville: Tapas Brunch Experience

After gathering in front of the Real Parroquia de Santa María Magdalena Church, your 3-hour adventure into the Seville gastronomy scene will begin. You'll encounter various outlets including churros stalls, tiny shops, market stalls, and tapas bars, receiving an overview of the best local products as you travel. Your tour contains a total of 6 stops within the city center, around 10 different dishes, and 3 drinks. Throughout your journey you can expect to sample dishes such as churros, special toast, almond-based sweets, olive oil, cheese, and cured ham. This tour is a great way to support local shops and family-owned businesses whilst sampling some of the most unique food products in town. By the end of this tour you are bound to have collected a few favorite spots to revisit throughout the rest of your stay in the city. * Tour not adapted fot vegans and strict vegetarians.

Seville: Old Town Wonders Exploration Game

10. Seville: Old Town Wonders Exploration Game

Be led on an exciting self-guided tour around Seville's Old Town while playing an exciting mobile-based quest. Walk past many beautiful iconic landmarks, solve clues, and discover intriguing hidden gems to see the city from a different perspective. Finish at the Iglesia de San Lorenzo. Download the app, go to the starting point at the Hotel Alfonso XIII, and begin the adventure. Follow clues to learn about Seville's fascinating history and architectural masterpieces like the famous Alcazar Palace. Unlock the secret stories of the places you visit as you solve the problem and guess the answers. Find out fascinating details about the Santa Maria de la Sede Cathedral. Use the clues to lead you from one site to another. Each clue provides you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. There’s no time limit, allowing you to go at your own pace. Play as a group or split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour.

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based on 213 reviews

We are satisfied with the visit made, because in addition to the stupendous monument and the breathtaking view of all of Seville, we were lucky enough to be assisted as a guide by Antonietta like us Italian, of a unique preparation, availability and sympathy. It wouldn't have been the same without her. The only flaw, there was no audio guide in Italian, luckily she was there.

Get your Guide is an excellent application with which we manage to visit several historical sites without any worries. For the next destination I will come back to you. Thanks.

It was an amazing experience where we took VR tour and came to know the history of Seville. It was really worth the money.

It was really super informative and very interesting, the guide taught us a lot of things

The guide was very informative and personable. She shared interesting facts and legends