FREE TOUR SEVILLE
The best option to discover the city in an economical way.
What does the Seville Free Tour consist of?
Possibly your best option to get to know Seville in a fun and authentic way.
A moment of culture and fun for everyone.
Enjoy your free tour in Seville as a couple, with friends or in a group!
Free tours of Seville are the perfect excuse to take some time to learn more about Spain’s cultural heritage.
Seville free tours are free tours organized by guides that show the most emblematic tourist sites of a town or city. These tours are usually done on foot.
While there are several options and types of free tours in Spain, most are usually tours that include approximately 10 to 12 people. and last between 1 and 3 hours depending on the planned itinerary.
In any case, always check the detailed information we provide to know all the details of your free tour: schedules, cancellation policy, meeting point and all the information you need to make the most of your experience without having to worry about anything.
What to see and do in Seville?
is a city and municipality in Spain, capital of the province of the same name and the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is located in the extreme southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, in the geographic center of Andalusia and on the banks of the Guadalquivir River.
. It was founded by the people of Seville around the year 3 of our era,
played an important role in the Spanish and Latin American economy for many centuries. The city is characterized by its intense cultural, commercial and tourist activity; among its main attractions are the Alcazar, the Giralda, the General Archive of the Indies, among others.
La Giralda is one of the main tourist attractions of Seville.
and is located in the Plaza de Virgen de los Reyes, in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz. It was built as part of the old convent of San Miguel and was erected between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Its name comes from the fact that in its original era it had a small bird figure on top, which rotated to indicate the wind.
The Alcazar of
is a medieval fortress located in the city of
in southern Spain. The fortress was built by the Muslims in the 9th century and later occupied by the Christians. The alcazar is located in the upper part of the city, next to the Guadalquivir river.
. The fortress has a rectangular plan with four corner towers. The alcazar was declared a
World Heritage Site
by UNESCO in 1987.
General Archive of the Indies
The General Archive of the Indies (AGI) is a historical archive located in
Spain. It was created in the 16th century to preserve documents related to the Spanish possessions in America and the Caribbean. The AGI is located in the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes building, which was built between 1584 and 1598. The AGI Collection contains more than five billion pages and documents, covering a period from the 15th century to the mid-19th century.
We will start the free tour of Seville at the Plaza del Salvador and we will start walking through the streets of this famous city contemplating first the façade of the church of the Divino Salvador.
We will go to the Plaza Nueva, where the Town Hall and the monument to Ferdinand III
monument in homage to Fernando III El Santo.
. The sculpture of the monarch will help us to talk about life in this Andalusian city during the times of Al-Andalus and how the Reconquest was conceived.
A few steps away we will find the Plaza del Triunfo, where we can admire the exterior architecture of the cathedral of Seville, the Giralda, the Reales Alcázares and the Archivo de Indias.
cathedral of Seville, the Giralda, the Reales Alcazares and the Archivo de Indias.
. Are you ready to learn about the history of these iconic buildings? Let’s go there!
The next stop will be next to the
where we will see the fountain of Híspalis, the palace of Yanduri and the chapel of Santa María de Jesús. Nearby awaits us the
Royal Tobacco Factory
which, at present, has a very different use. Do you want to know which one? We will reveal it to you as we take a look at the facade of this building that combines Renaissance and Baroque styles.
Of course, we will also visit the Plaza de España, an iconic place in the city of Seville that will give us the opportunity to talk about the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.
After a two-hour tour, we will end the tour at Plaza España.
Plaza del Salvador, next to the statue.