Seville full-day trip from Malaga
- Admire the charming streets, monuments and squares in the center of Seville
- Explore the city that was once the capital of the Almohad empire of Al-Andalus
- Visit one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world
- Enjoy a comfortable ride from Malaga
At the beginning of this tour, you will be picked up at Hotel Vincci (Málaga) and then head to the beloved city of Seville. Here you will discover the most emblematic monuments of this historical and artistic city, the modern-day capital of Andalusia which once also served as the capital of the Almohad empire of Al-Andalus. At the heart of the city, you will find Seville's Cathedral, one of the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, that will charm you during your guided visit.
Located on the lower course of the Guadalquivir River, this historic city which now serves as the capital of Andalusia, is the largest province in Andalusia, with riverside towns and cities that serve as samples of history. Accompanied by your guide, admire Seville's Old Town, great historical monuments and the city's most charming streets and squares.
- Ticket and guided visit to the cathedral
- Guide for the whole trip
- Printed city guide
- Food & drinks
- Children 0-12: reduced
Hotel Vincci Posada del Patio, Pasillo de Sta. Isabel, 7, 29005 Málaga, Spain
At the entrance of the hotel
- Comfortable clothes are recommended
- Bring water, especially during the summer period
- Every day at 9.00am
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