Cultural Walking Tour in Seville City of Navegantes

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  • Live Guide
  • E-Ticket
  • 1.5 hr

Seville, city of navigators is a walking route in which we will admire the exteriors of the most important monuments of the city: Palacio de San Telmo, Torre del Oro, Real Alcázar, Archivo de Indias ... in addition to knowing other less well-known places but of great beauty and history. On this route, we will know the importance of the Guadalquivir River in the history of Seville and it will be energized with stories, anecdotes and peculiarities that will make us know a different Seville. In addition, we will learn more about characters, sailors, expeditions ... who have arrived in the city of Seville and who have left their mark on the city. This route of "Serendipity culture" is the best way to get to know the monumental Seville at night, with spectacular views and enlivened with stories and legends of the city.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Serendipia Cultura

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Pass By: Palacio de San Telmo

The Palacio de San Telmo will be our starting point on our route. This Palace, current headquarters of the Presidency of the Junta de Andalucia, was built between the seventeenth and seventeenth centuries to be a College of Sailors. From outside the main door, we will start our route on foot outside, since we will not enter inside the monuments where we will pass and make explanations.

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Our second stop will be in the idyllic surroundings of the Torre del Oro next to the Guadalquivir River, where we will learn about different legends and stories about sailing in Seville.

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Do you know how useful the Royal Shipyards of Seville had? What stories are hidden around them? This monument, which is currently closed to the public for restoration and recovery, was the city's naval industry belonging to the Kingdom of Castile, which we usually know as shipyards. This space has been the scene of very famous films that we will discover on our route

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Why was the Cathedral of Seville important for the sailors who came to the city? We will know corners and many curiosities that unite the Seville Cathedral and the Guadalquivir River while we admire the exteriors of the Holy Cathedral.

Pass By: Real Alcazar de Sevilla

The Real Alcázar of Seville is a walled palace built in different times, being the original palace from the High Middle Ages and until today it is the residence of the members of the Spanish Royal House when they visit Seville. From outside the Palace, we will know the link that the Real Alcazar has had with the Guadalquivir River and navigation

Pass By: Archivo General de Indias

The end point of our route will be around the General Archive of the Indies. This archive, created in 1785 by Carlos III, preserves more than 43,000 files and 8,000 maps and drawings. What will they be? What link will they have with navigation and Seville? What stories are hiding with it? The exteriors of this Archive, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, will be our final point on our route "Seville, city of navigators"
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