EXCURSION TO SEVILLE
Excursions in Costa Del Sol

EXCURSION TO SEVILLE
Excursions in Costa Del Sol

The capital of Andalusia impresses with its unique atmosphere and rich architectural heritage. The ancient quarter of Santa Cruz, one of the largest Gothic churches in the world, the magnificent Plaza de España and the famous Alcázar Palace are just some of the many attractions in this extraordinary city. Excursions in Costa Del Sol
The capital of Andalusia impresses with its unique atmosphere and rich architectural heritage. The ancient quarter of Santa Cruz, one of the largest Gothic churches in the world, the magnificent Plaza de España and the famous Alcázar Palace are just some of the many attractions in this extraordinary city. Excursions in Costa Del Sol
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A group excursion to Seville takes place on Wednesdays on the Costa del Sol from Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona. Excursions in Costa Del Sol

Price

  • from Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Mijas Costa – 70 € per person
  • from Marbella – 76 € per person
  • from Estepona – 83 € per person
Eine Gruppenreise nach Sevilla findet Mittwochs an der Costa del Sol von Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella und Estepona aus statt. Ausflüge in Costa Del Sol
Price:

  • from Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Mijas Costa – 70 € per person
  • from Marbella – 76 € per person
  • from Estepona – 83 € per person
The price of the excursion includes:

  • Round trip transfers to and from the Costa del Sol.
  • Walking tour of the historic city centre and the Santa Cruz quarter with a visit to Plaza España
  • Guided visit to the Cathedral and entrance fees
      The price of the excursion includes:

      • Round trip transfers to and from the Costa del Sol.
      • Walking tour of the historic city centre and the Santa Cruz quarter with a visit to Plaza España
      • Guided visit to the Cathedral and entrance fees
                  SEVILLE
                  Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, famous for its historical monuments and unique flavour. Perhaps no other city in Spain boasts such a rich and varied historical heritage.

                  Roman buildings, Moorish palaces, magnificent Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, splendid modernist buildings and ambitious modernist projects - Seville is a living textbook in world art and architecture.

                  But Seville is as much about history as it is about tradition. Colourful feria, religious processions during Holy Week, bullfights, flamenco. Seville is the embodiment of all the most common stereotypes about Spain and Andalusia.
                  CATHEDRAL
                  "We will build such a temple here that anyone who sees it will think we are madmen! - was pronounced by a Seville priest on the eve of the construction of the cathedral in the 15th century on the site of a former mosque.

                  Since then, for five centuries, the Seville Cathedral has remained the biggest Gothic temple in the world and one of the most important religious buildings of the Catholic Church. The entire area of the Cathedral is more than 23,000 square metres!

                  The Seville Cathedral impresses not only with its gigantic proportions but also with its interior decoration. With over 800 paintings, some by such great artists as Goya, Murillo and Zurbarán, hundreds of sculptures and several thousand pieces of religious art, it is one of the biggest museums of the Catholic Church.

                  One of the main jewels of the cathedral is the largest altarpiece decoration in the Christian world, impressive in its variety and richness of shapes of the gilded carved figures. The tomb of Christopher Columbus is also situated here, the tomb of the great navigator whose voyage changed the course of world history and predetermined the dominance of Spain in the world for the next centuries.

                  The Royal tomb houses the remains of three Castilian monarchs, whose reigns were closely linked to those of the city; Ferdinand Saint, Alfonso the Wise and Pedro the Cruel. A real symbol of Seville, the Giralda tower is 104 metres high and used to be the tallest building in Europe. Climbing the winding ramps of the former minaret offers the best views of Seville.
                  SANTA CRUZ QUARTER
                  Seville has one of Europe's largest and most beautiful historic centres. The most picturesque part of the old city is the Santa Cruz neighbourhood.

                  Santa Cruz is an endless labyrinth of narrow, colourful streets with tightly packed houses, tiny squares with gurgling fountains and orange trees, flowering patios and small churches that used to be mosques and synagogues.

                  The air is steeped in the magic of olden times. These streets preserve the age-old legends of Jews, Arabs and gypsies who lived here. Some of Seville's greatest artists have painted here, like Velazquez and Murillo, as well as the prototypes of famous Seville operas: Carmen, Figaro and Don Juan. On the streets of Las Teresas and Mateo Gago are the oldest taverns in the city, some of which have existed since the 14th century.
                  SPAIN SQUARE
                  Spain Square is considered one of the largest and most beautiful squares in the country. Built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition and surrounded by beautiful gardens, it covers more than 55,000 square metres.

                  The main building is the Spanish Pavilion. As conceived by its creators, it combines all the styles of Seville's historic architecture in one single building: Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Mudejar. This is what makes it original and unlike anything else. Thanks to the use of coloured Seville mosaics the square is very colourful and colourful.

                  However, it is not just a monumental structure; it is a handbook on Spanish history. The 50 mosaic pictures located around the square tell a story about the main events in every province of the country and the façade of the pavilion contains sculptures of the most famous Spaniards.

                  The Plaza de España, thanks to its colourful and original appearance, has often served as the stage for cinematography, with scenes for more than 40 feature films and TV series being filmed here.
                  SEVILLE
                  Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, famous for its historical monuments and unique flavour. Perhaps no other city in Spain boasts such a rich and varied historical heritage.

                  Roman buildings, Moorish palaces, magnificent Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, splendid modernist buildings and ambitious modernist projects - Seville is a living textbook in world art and architecture.

                  But Seville is as much about history as it is about tradition. Colourful feria, religious processions during Holy Week, bullfights, flamenco. Seville is the embodiment of all the most common stereotypes about Spain and Andalusia.
                  CATHEDRAL
                  "We will build such a temple here that anyone who sees it will think we are madmen! - was pronounced by a Seville priest on the eve of the construction of the cathedral in the 15th century on the site of a former mosque.

                  Since then, for five centuries, the Seville Cathedral has remained the biggest Gothic temple in the world and one of the most important religious buildings of the Catholic Church. The entire area of the Cathedral is more than 23,000 square metres!

                  The Seville Cathedral impresses not only with its gigantic proportions but also with its interior decoration. With over 800 paintings, some by such great artists as Goya, Murillo and Zurbarán, hundreds of sculptures and several thousand pieces of religious art, it is one of the biggest museums of the Catholic Church.

                  One of the main jewels of the cathedral is the largest altarpiece decoration in the Christian world, impressive in its variety and richness of shapes of the gilded carved figures. The tomb of Christopher Columbus is also situated here, the tomb of the great navigator whose voyage changed the course of world history and predetermined the dominance of Spain in the world for the next centuries.

                  The Royal tomb houses the remains of three Castilian monarchs, whose reigns were closely linked to those of the city; Ferdinand Saint, Alfonso the Wise and Pedro the Cruel. A real symbol of Seville, the Giralda tower is 104 metres high and used to be the tallest building in Europe. Climbing the winding ramps of the former minaret offers the best views of Seville.
                  SANTA CRUZ QUARTER
                  Seville has one of Europe's largest and most beautiful historic centres. The most picturesque part of the old city is the Santa Cruz neighbourhood.

                  Santa Cruz is an endless labyrinth of narrow, colourful streets with tightly packed houses, tiny squares with gurgling fountains and orange trees, flowering patios and small churches that used to be mosques and synagogues.

                  The air is steeped in the magic of olden times. These streets preserve the age-old legends of Jews, Arabs and gypsies who lived here. Some of Seville's greatest artists have painted here, like Velazquez and Murillo, as well as the prototypes of famous Seville operas: Carmen, Figaro and Don Juan. On the streets of Las Teresas and Mateo Gago are the oldest taverns in the city, some of which have existed since the 14th century.
                  SPAIN SQUARE
                  Spain Square is considered one of the largest and most beautiful squares in the country. Built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition and surrounded by beautiful gardens, it covers more than 55,000 square metres.

                  The main building is the Spanish Pavilion. As conceived by its creators, it combines all the styles of Seville's historic architecture in one single building: Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Mudejar. This is what makes it original and unlike anything else. Thanks to the use of coloured Seville mosaics the square is very colourful and colourful.

                  However, it is not just a monumental structure; it is a handbook on Spanish history. The 50 mosaic pictures located around the square tell a story about the main events in every province of the country and the façade of the pavilion contains sculptures of the most famous Spaniards.

                  The Plaza de España, thanks to its colourful and original appearance, has often served as the stage for cinematography, with scenes for more than 40 feature films and TV series being filmed here.
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                  Video presentation of Seville
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                  Варианты оплаты экскурсий
                  Travel in Andalusia - Excursions in Costa Del Sol


                  info@excursiones-costadelsol.com
                  Torremolinos, Malaga, Spain

                  Tourist license № GT/06240

                  Photos from personal archive and websites Pixabay,
                  Unsplash, Depositphotos, Canva
                  Варианты оплаты экскурсий
                  Travel in Andalusia - Excursions in Costa Del Sol


                  info@excursiones-costadelsol.com
                  Torremolinos, Malaga, Spain

                  Tourist license № GT/06240

                  Photos from personal archive and websites
                  Pixabay, Unsplash, Depositphotos, Canva