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Alcazar of Seville Early Access with Optional Seville Cathedral
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Alcazar of Seville Early Access with Optional Seville Cathedral

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For a relatively crowd-free experience of the Alcázar of Seville, opt for an early-access tour. By entering the UNESCO World Heritage Site before it opens to the public, you avoid long lines and take crowd-free photos of the landmark’s gorgeous interior. Plus, visit parts of the complex that conventional tours don’t. Upgraded package includes a line-free exploration of Seville Cathedral and Giralda Tower.
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Marek F wrote a review Sep 2020
Benahavis, Spain22 contributions30 helpful votes
We had a nice day in isla mágica. Tickets purchased at Barcelo Sevilla Renacimiento, 2 adults and 2 children 104 Eur( with access to aqua mágica) , advantages: quick entry to the park isla Mágica,10 percent discount in the restaurants, 2 quick entries per person ( you don't have to wait in line when using,we used on Anaconda where there was a long waiting time). Aqua mágica: sun chair 2 pieces 8 eur, safety box 5 euros, 3 euros will be refunded when returning the key. It would be better if there were code cabinets, they wouldn't have to worry about the key! One big problem!!! children from 120 cm can go on a larger water slide, but my daughter is 121.5 cm tall and we had a problem because she was 2-3 cm missing per meter in the park marked 120 cm, so meter in the park with a line of 120 cm will by probably 125 cm !!! that's not right!!! measure your child and if he is 120 cm, insist on entering-because 120 cm in the park is not 120 cm!!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Exploration794334 wrote a review Oct 2019
10 contributions11 helpful votes
Went with our 5 year old and there were plenty of rides for her and a play area totally in the shade. Good as an end of holiday treat if you’ve done a city break with kids.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Inês R wrote a review Sep 2019
Ponta Delgada, Portugal5 contributions4 helpful votes
I went with my boyfriend to Islã Mágica. We enjoy it but for what we paid and considering we have no kids, we left with a feeling the experience was below our expectations. There isn’t a lot of attractions for adults and none of them are remarkable, besides Anaconda and Russian Mountain. Yes, it was a pleasant day, however no big deal. If you have kids I believe it will be different because there are a lot of attractions for them and they will just love it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Courts0890 wrote a review Sep 2019
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We had such a good time here, lockers were easy to figure out you pay €5 at the counter they give you 3 back when you return the key and the receipt. Sun beds were 2 for €8 you get a topper to put on them. There is sunbed police going round otherwise if you dont want to pay there are a few places to just put towels down. Food was relatively cheap for meal deals etc and the food was actually good burgers chips, nuggets that sort of thing, beer was €2 and ice creams around that as well. We stayed in the waterpark most the day just to chill round a pool, after reviews I was expecting it to be so much worse! It really wasnt they had a few slides, lazy river, wave pool and a larger normal pool with a zip line and monkey bars in it. We went to the theme park bit after, there was a good amount of rides dont expect it to be crazy rollercoaster after all this is for kids, theres a couple log flumes, one big rollercoaster, Rapids and plenty of little kids rides, a show in the evening looked quite good but was packed and we couldnt see it. Dont expect people to speak English either,after all you're in spain, use google translate and it's fine. We paid €28 on offer price for both parks which was really good, not sure if i would want to pay much more than that but we had a great time, takes up the whole day and closes late! Would deffo recommend!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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paulangozi wrote a review Sep 2019
Preston, United Kingdom13 contributions5 helpful votes
My fiance and I are both in our 20's and really enjoyed this theme park for a couple's day out. The rides are fun, the park is clean, the prices are great value. We made a nice day of it and walked in the heat from the other side of the city; it was so good we stayed until closing and walked home again. The flamenco dance show is amazing too.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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