This walking tour of the Andalusian capital, accompanied by our local expert guide, is an essential and pleasant introduction to the multicultural identity of Seville. You will be able to visit three of the most outstanding places in Seville: The Cathedral of Santa María, the Giralda Tower, and the Real Alcázar. The Cathedral of Seville is the largest Gothic building ever built, full of unique works of art and where Christopher Columbus is buried. It was built in the 15th century in the place where the old mosque was located. The famous "Patio de los Naranjos" (Orange trees Yard) and La Giralda Tower, that elevated minaret from the 12th century, belong both to the Cathedral complex. The Real Alcázar (Royal Palace), for its part, was the seat of power over the centuries and shows an extraordinary juxtaposition and mixture of artistic traditions in its collection of palaces, homes, and gardens. Finally, the nearby neighborhood of Santa Cruz, which housed the Jewish Quarter, maintains a distinctive lifestyle in its labyrinth of corridors, peaceful plazas, and flowery courtyards.

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