Seville was one of Europe's most important and wealthiest cities, made rich by the voyages of discovery – a fact reflected in its buildings to this today. This daytrip featuring the Plaza de España, cathedral and Giralda as well as the Santa Cruz district is the perfect introduction to the Andalusian capital.
To kick things off, a panoramic bus tour will give you a great overview of some of Seville's most impressive landmarks. Along the way, you'll stop at the Plaza de España, whose fountains, mini-canals, towers and hand-painted coloured tiles create a dreamlike scene.
Then there's Seville's most important monument – the world's largest Gothic cathedral, with its famous Giralda, a one-time minaret converted into a belfry. And if you chose the guided tour, a local guide will give you expert insights on the cathedral and Santa Cruz, the former Jewish quarter, during a walk. You'll also have free time to explore the city at you own pace – and make sure to sample some tapas along the way.