Classic Seville Tour

"Who hasn’t seen Seville, hasn’t seen a marvel"


  • Visit the most important monuments of Seville
  • Learn why this incredible city was once the wealthiest city on the planet
  • Enjoy a local lunch (not included)
  • Take a walking tour through the medieval maze-like streets of Santa Cruz neighbourhood


Trip Profile

1 Day
Best Time To Visit:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec
Tour Dates/Days:
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Hotel Alfonso, Seville

Tour Summary

Seville is a city bursting with history and brimming with colour – it is truly one of Europe’s most beautiful destinations. Every corner has a picture-postcard scene of archetypal Spanish life. The influx of New World wealth in the 16th and 17th centuries transformed Seville into the richest city in the world.

Wonder at the world’s largest Gothic cathedral home to Christopher Columbus’s tomb and with the impressive Giralda tower.

Explore the oldest functioning royal palace in Europe (Alcazar) before heading to lunch.

In the quiet of the afternoon wander the maze of the former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz with its 12th century and symbolic buildings, such as the General Archive of the Indies and the Hospital of the Venerable.

The natives of Seville take great pride in their home and are very welcoming and warm hosts. Seville’s international profile has been raised considerably as scenes of Game of Thrones were filmed within the walls of the Alcazar (Royal Palace) and fans are flocking there from around the globe.

On our Classic Seville Tour, you can choose to visit the first two monuments with an audio guide or hire a local guide (extra cost) for a more in-depth visit.

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  • You will be driven to Seville in your private vehicle.
  • Tours of the Cathedral and Alcazar.
  • Lunch at a Toma & Coe recommended restaurant (not included in price).
  • Wander the old Jewish quarter of the city – Santa Cruz –  with its symbolic buildings and incredible history.
  • Return to your accommodation.


AM – Pick up from your accommodation or arranged meeting point. You will be driven in an air-conditioned vehicle to the centre of Seville.


PM – You will be driven in a private vehicle to your accommodation or arranged drop off point.


Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Costs are based on double occupancy/a minimum of two guests

To book from Seville – please ask for details and prices

Frequently Asked Questions

Can we arrange a Seville tour from Malaga?
Yes, a day tour – or long er if you wish – is easy to arrange with Toma & Coe. The day tour covers some of the most important sites in the city, and provides you with in-depth knowledge of the history and culture of the fascinating city of Seville.

What is Seville best known for?
Seville has many historic monuments and cultural points of interest but is probably best known for flamenco. The Triana barrio hosts many flamenco tablaos, bars and theatres.

Why do people love Seville?
Seville, a city teeming with history and vibrant colours, stands out as one of Europe’s most enchanting destinations. Every corner unveils a picturesque scene of quintessential Spanish life. The proud inhabitants of Seville warmly welcome visitors, showcasing genuine hospitality. When Seville became a backdrop for scenes in Game of Thrones, filmed within the captivating walls of the Alcazar (Royal Palace), it attracted fans from all corners of the world.

What is the main shopping street in Seville?
Calle Sierpes, the bustling commercial hub of Seville, has been the focal point of trade for centuries. This pedestrianised stretch has served as the city’s commercial heart since the fifteenth century when it housed a vibrant community of blacksmiths, cobblers, and artisans.

What is the big fair in Seville called?
The Seville April Fair, also known as Feria de Abril, is Seville’s  biggest cultural festival, alongside the Easter celebration. Drawing over a million people annually, the event is a vibrant gathering where individuals come together to celebrate, dance, indulge in delicious food, and reconnect with friends. Traditionally it is held two weeks after Easter.



“Andalucia will never be the same! We were able to experience Spain at a much more intimate level, away from overly touristic areas, but in the heart of point of interest of every city”

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