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Secrets of Seville

Step away from the madding crowd to discover the hidden corners of this fascinating city.

Beyond the typical "Monumental Seville", our Secrets of Seville tours show you a diverse city with deeply held traditions and cutting edge urban design.

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Highlights

  • A visit to a closed order of nuns in a 400 year old convent
  • See parts of the city where tourists rarely venture
  • Lunch with the locals (not included)
  • Stroll the quiet alleyways far from the madding crowds

About the tour

At one point in its history, Seville was the wealthiest city in the world; for centuries, ships departed for the New World from here, bringing back untold riches. Where is all that wealth today? Much of it is kept behind locked doors.  TOMA & COE will escort you around the “Seville you never knew…”, unlocking doors and sharing with you the intimate side of the Andalucian capital city. Discover the exuberant culture of the Sevillanos; their pride, passion and personality.

Our local guides are local and they know the city like the back of their hands. This day is like going for a stroll with a friend in the city who is bursting with pride and wants to show you their favourite parts of the Andalucian capital. It is always a unique and intimate experience.

 

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The guides in Seville, Cordoba and Granada were personable and extremely knowledgeable. We were particularly impressed with their command of the English language and the many tidbits of information they offered. Their discussions were thorough and enjoyable.

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