This visit includes the entrance to the Alcázar, which is a very majestic palace, since it is the oldest Royal Palace in Europe still in use, making it the residence of the kings of Spain when they come to Seville.
Then we will visit the Cathedral, which contains the keys that were given to Fernando III, king who imposed Christianity in the city, during the Reconquest.
After visiting both monuments, we will walk through Santa Cruz, a picturesque neighborhood of legends and traditions.
After lunch, we will take a walk visiting places such as the Town Hall, where you will learn about the origin of the Sevillian flag, the Plaza del Salvador and the Plaza del Cabildo, which becomes a market for the sale of stamps and old objects on Sundays. We will continue making the tour of the Guadalquivir river, from which we can see the Torre del Oro, continuing through the Alfonso XIII hotel and the Royal Tobacco Factory to finish in the beautiful Plaza de España.