Seville has long been one of the most striking cities at a tourist level in Spain. The more than 360 days of sunshine we have each year, the striking cultural offer, its history and its idiosyncrasy, make more and more people interested in knowing this wonderful city.
And it is that without a doubt Seville has some of the most impressive monuments. On a historical level, it has an extraordinary legacy that has left us majestic scenarios. Today we bring a very interesting publication, about the two most representative monuments of Seville, two places that are mandatory visit in our city.
First, as could be logical in any European city, one of the main monuments of Seville is its Cathedral. Built where we originally had a mosque in Islamic times, this temple still retains some vestiges of that place. Contemplating the cathedral from the outside we can already appreciate its historical-cultural magnitude, when we enter it, we are speechless.
Santa María de la Sede, Cathedral of Seville, has countless corners that are worth visiting, a treasure and a museum area that will dazzle you with the amount of artwork they collect, and views from its tower, the Giralda tower, which cannot be visited. explain.
We recommend conducting a guided tour inside the monument. Official, prepared and willing guides will help you discover all the secrets of this huge place. In the following link you can check availability of schedules:
To visit the cathedral of Seville you can do it at the following times:
Monday: from 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday to Saturday: from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sundays: from 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
* schedule subject to any timely modification for reasons of worship or extraordinary religious holidays
The ticket price would be:
General: € 10
Students up to 25 / retired: € 5 (accreditation required)
Unemployed / children up to 14 years old / Sevillanos: free (accreditation required)
On the other hand, just as important and surprising, we have the Royal Alcazars of Seville, inheritance of the Isbilya of the caliphate, legacy of the different Moorish and Christian dynasties that have passed through our land since the 10th century to the present.
A paradise, totally surrounded by gardens, fountains, ponds … a jewel of Arab culture. Architectural wonder, resulting from the fusion of Islamic construction canons with elements of Christian styles.
Touring this immense place without any help can be somewhat complicated. If you really want to discover all its secrets, we recommend the company of an official guide tour inside the monument. They will help you transport yourself to the golden age of the enclosure. In the following link you can find the necessary information for conducting a guided tour in the Alcazar of Seville:
To visit the Alcazar of Seville you can do it at the following times:
from October to March: Monday to Sunday, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
from April to September: Monday to Sunday, from 09:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Closed on January 1 and 6, Good Friday and December 25.
The ticket price would be:
General: € 11.50
Students up to 25 / retired: € 4.50 (accreditation required)
Disabled / children up to 15 years / Sevillanos: free (accreditation required)
* To visit the Royal High Room, the additional price of the ticket is € 4.50
As an additional activity, we recommend conducting a guided tour of the city. In our company we carry out different Free Tours through the historic center, the Santa Cruz and Triana neighborhood. Dynamic and fun routes loaded with cultural information, which will help you to have a panoramic view of the city while discovering its host.
You can meet us in the mornings at 10.00 a.m. in the Plaza Nueva for the free monumental tour, and in the afternoons at 5 p.m. (Oct – May) and at 7 p.m. (Jun – Sep) at the Puerta de Jerez for the Santa Cruz legends Free Tour
more info HERE: https://freetoursevilla.es/
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