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Seville Cathedral and Giralda: Skip-the-Line Ticket

1. Seville Cathedral and Giralda: Skip-the-Line Ticket

Step inside Seville Cathedral with skip-the-line entry and explore the treasures within. See works by Goya and learn the history when you select the audio guide option. Climb the La Giralda Tower and witness spectacular views across Seville. Enter the cathedral and see the tomb of Christopher Columbus in front of the Puerta del Principe. The monument contains the remains of the explorer, although debate continues as to whether or not the bones are his. Learn about the history of the cathedral and the Castilian King Fernando III who captured Seville from its Almohad rulers and transformed the great 12th-century mosque into a church. Witness this staggering cathedral as it is today, known as the Cathedral de Santa María de la Sede. Enter one of the world's largest churches with notable works by Zurbaran, Murillo, and Goya. Hear about these works and more by choosing the audio guide option.

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Seville: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

2. Seville: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Wander through the wondrous city of Seville , the frying pan of Europe. Seville is a city packed with exciting landmarks that are a fascinating mix of cultures and styles. Admire the magnificent Sevllle cathedral and its bell tower which offers a spectacular view of the city, and be entranced by the stunning Royal Palace of Alcazar, one of Europe’s most beloved tourist destinations, and the place where Christopher Columbus came to tell tales of his voyages to the New World to Spanish royalty. View some of the documents of the Archivo de Indias, a monumental collection of papers relating to the conquest of America, a landmark event in human history. Visit the world's most famous bullfighting ring and also see the Hospital los Venerables, Plaza Virgen de los Reyes, the Hospital de la Caridad, Torre del Oro and the Teatro de la Maestranza. Your tour. Your way.

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Seville: Alcázar, Cathedral and Giralda Tour with Tickets

3. Seville: Alcázar, Cathedral and Giralda Tour with Tickets

Take advantage of a guided tour with priority ticket access for both the Alcázar and the UNESCO-listed cathedral. Hear fascinating facts from your guide, and see Santa Cruz and the famous bell tower. Meet your guide, then set off on your sightseeing adventure. The first stop of the day is the Royal Alcázar of Seville. Enjoy skip-the-line entry, then spend 1 hour and 15 minutes exploring this historic landmark. Inside, see the impressive Mudejar Palace, Gothic Palace, and Stucco Courtyard, then wander around the sprawling gardens. As you explore, learn about the history of the landmark, and the prominent figures who once lived here. Next, head to Seville Cathedral and admire the architecture of this UNESCO listed landmark. Enjoy a walk around the famous Patio de los Naranjos, then see the tomb of the famous traveler, Christopher Columbus. Walk through the lively Santa Cruz neighborhood. End the tour at the Giralda, the city’s famous bell tower.

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Seville: Cathedral, Giralda and Alcázar 4-Hour Guided Tour

4. Seville: Cathedral, Giralda and Alcázar 4-Hour Guided Tour

Hear the story of Seville Cathedral and the magnificent Alcázar from an expert guide on a 4-hour tour, including time to visit the Giralda tower. Journey through the Arabic, Christian and Roman history of the city along the way. Enter the imposing walls of the oldest palace in Europe at the Alcázar, still used by the Spanish monarchy but originally built by the Muslim Moors. Marvel at the scale of Seville Cathedral, built on the site of a great mosque. Admire the Giralda bell tower, built as a minaret during the reign of the Almohad dynasty. Stroll the narrow streets of the old Jewish quarter and more. 

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Seville: Main Monuments Tour with Tickets Included

5. Seville: Main Monuments Tour with Tickets Included

Cathedral of Seville is the biggest gothic temple in the world. The construction of this monument was dated back to the 15th century. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. Learn about the origin of the Cathedral that was built over the Mezquita Aljama in the city, the bell tower Giralda over the minaret of the mosque, and the courtyard of orange trees over the ablutions courtyard. Giralda is the bell tower for the Cathedral of Seville and reaches a height of 104 meters, where you will find one of the best views in the city. The tour continues to the Alcazar, one of the most important royal palaces still in use in Europe. This fortified palace was built during different historical times, Islamic motifs, Baroque, Renaissance, and others. It was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. This royal palace is still the official residence for the Royal Spanish family when they visit the city. To determine its origin one must go back to the middle ages, from this period the Alcazar was incorporating different styles from the Islamic and Christian reminiscences.

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Seville: Historical Walking Tour & Optional Flamenco Show

6. Seville: Historical Walking Tour & Optional Flamenco Show

Get a unique perspective of Seville's rich history and architectural heritage on a tour of the city center. Start the tour by meeting your guide at the beautiful Torre del Oro monument, close to the Guadalquivir river. From here, follow your guide through the streets of the old town passing by the Torre de la Plata, the Torre de Abdul Aziz, and the Casa de la Moneda on your way to the Archivo de Indias. After this, admire the outstanding Cathedral façade, where the guide will highlight some of the architectural elements used in its construction. Very close to the Cathedral, find the Alcazar of Seville where, starting from the Puerta del León you can learn more about this building's hidden history. Next, head into the Barrio de Santa Cruz neighborhood and get to know its legends and how it has been influenced by 3 cultures. Discover how Muslims, Jews, and Christians have all lived in this neighborhood and shaped its history.  Once you've explored the beautiful historic center of Seville, choose the option to watch a Flamenco performance at a traditional tablao.

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Monuments of Seville 3-Hour Guided Tour

7. Monuments of Seville 3-Hour Guided Tour

Skip the long lines to 2 of Seville’s most popular attractions on a 3-hour guided tour. Meet your guide on Plaza del Triunfo by the monumental cathedral, and enjoy fast track entry to the largest Gothic cathedral (and 3rd largest church) in the world. Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See (Seville Cathedral) was the burial site of Christopher Columbus and has 80 chapels in which over 500 masses were said daily! Marvel at its Renaissance vault and the longest nave of any cathedral in Spain. Then, go to the Alcazar, built as fort by the moors, and subsequently used as a royal palace. The upper levels of the Alcazar are still used by the Spanish Royal Family, making it the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. Admire its interior after your skip-the-line entry, and see why it is regarded as one of the most outstanding examples of Mudéjar architecture on the Iberian Peninsula.

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Majestic Seville Half-Day Guided Tour

8. Majestic Seville Half-Day Guided Tour

Explore the majesty of Seville with a local guide, and see the highlights of the Andalusian city as you walk down streets fragrant with the scent of orange trees. Following a pick-up from your hotel (on request), transfer to Seville Cathedral. Admire the façade of the world’s largest Gothic cathedral (and the 3rd-largest church in the world), before going inside to be dazzled by sacred treasures. Registered in 1987 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the cathedral was built as a demonstration of the city’s wealth, and is also the burial site of Christopher Columbus. Next, go inside the neighboring Alcázar palace complex, home to the General Archive of the Indies. Originally built by the Moors as a fort, the Alcázar subsequently became a royal palace, and is renowned as one of the most beautiful in Spain. The upper levels of the Alcázar are still used by the royal family as their official residence in Seville today. See multiple treasures inside the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, along with exquisite architecture, such as the Courtyard of the Maidens. Marvel at ornate mosaics, and much more.

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Seville In One Day

9. Seville In One Day

The Real Alcázar de Sevilla, is one of the oldest palaces in use worldwide. This palace has gone through different stages in time, from the late eleventh century to today and from its walls has seen the influence of different cultures that have passed through Sevilla. The Alcazar is a faithful witness of the history of Seville, marked by diversity of cultures and legacies these have left in this city. Walking through its extended sidewalks orange and myrtle transports us to another time, another era, which undoubtedly have marked the history of Sevilla. Santa Cruz is par excellence the most popular and crowded neighborhood of Seville, for its typical narrow streets, stately homes, patios full of flowers, sparkling fountains, the scent of orange blossom and all the charm and legends that surround it. The Seville Cathedral is the Christian Gothic cathedral with the largest area in the world. The UNESCO declared in 1987 by the Real Alcázar and Archivo de Indias, Heritage humanity and on July 25, 2010, Bien Universal Value Excepcional. According to tradition, the construction began in 1401, although There is no documentary evidence to the start of work until 1433. The building was carried out on the site was after the demolition of the old Aljama Mosque of Seville, of which the minaret (the Giralda) are retained and the Patio de los Naranjos.

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From Costa del Sol: Seville and Royal Alcázar Palace

10. From Costa del Sol: Seville and Royal Alcázar Palace

Experience the beautiful city of Seville on this insightful day trip with a professional guide. Hear about the Moorish legacy and its architecture and learn about the city's orange season. See the ornate Royal Palace of the Alcázar, Europe’s oldest palace in use, dating back to the 11th century. Visit Seville Cathedral and its Giralda bell tower, both declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Admire the tomb of Christopher Columbus and the Patio de los Naranjos. Have the opportunity to admire the Giralda, the old minaret of the mosque. Continue your tour through the narrow streets and small squares of the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the historic Jewish quarter of Seville. Enjoy some time for lunch or shopping. Finally, finish your tour at the Torre de Oro next to the beautiful Guadalquivir river before heading back to the Costa del Sol.

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What people are saying about Seville Cathedral

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Nos gustó mucho este tur y nuestro guía, José Miguel, nos enseño un montón de cosas sobre la arhitectura y la historia de la ciudad. Nos contestó a todas las preguntas sobre los objetivos que visitamos y nos dio consejos para el resto de nuestro viaje. Muchísimas gracias y recomendamos 100%. Es una lástima visitar los lugares más bonitos de Sevilla sin conocer y entender su historia y la razón por la cual este lugar es tan especial.

Tour was great and give a lot of time to visit the cathedral and the alcazar. Guide was very knowledgeable and overall I highly recommend this tour !

Best Buy on GetYourGuide as the cathedral entrance ticket queues are very long, so saved a lot of time and helped plan my itinerary ahead of time.

The history and stories about the culture of Alcazar, Cathedral and Giralda tour was most interesting and enlightening.

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