Carmona and Necropolis: guided day tour from Seville
- Visit the historical center of Carmona and the necropolis
- Embark on an unique journey half an hour away from Seville
On this tour you will discover the main monuments of the city called “El lucero de Europa” which directly translates “The morning star of Europe”. Carthaginians, Romans, Muslims and Christians have left a lasting mark on a place where history lies hidden on every street. Carmona was previously a Roman town which can be evidenced by a number of the town´s roads and bridges. In this tour you will also discover the alternative Necropolis, which is more than 2000 years old.
Walk from the Alcazar of Seville to the Door of Cordoba and the Fortress of King Don Pedro. Then proceed to visit the Church of Santa Maria where there is the possibility of trying handcrafted olive oil. Visitors, lead by an expert tour guide, will discover an immense amount of historical and artistic heritage in a town that is full of life. You will also be able to experience some fine Spanish cuisine that represents both Andalucian and Sevillian traditions.
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Walking tour
- Round-trip shared transfer
- Food & drinks
- Child 0-3 years old: free
- Youth 4-17 years old: reduced
- Student up to 25 years old: reduced
Your centrally located hotel in Seville or agreed location
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9.30am
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