Seville walking tour
A walking tour will include some of the major sites of historical interest such as the Royal Alcazar, a UNESCO World Heritage site, built on the remains of a Muslim fortress as a royal palace for Castilian kings. Its architecture spans 500 years and is a feast for the eyes. Continue on through the Santa Cruz district, the old Jewish quarter, which is a maze of narrow streets, wrought iron gates and internal patios with picturesque fountains. Here you'll find the Cathedral of Santa Maria, one of the largest cathedrals in the world and built on the site of a 12th-century mosque. The adjacent Giralda, or bell tower, can be seen from almost any point in the city, and a climb up its 320 feet rewards visitors with incredible views.