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Centro Historico de Sevilla

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Centro Historico de Sevilla

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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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Natasha wrote a review Jan 2021
Glasgow, United Kingdom5 contributions
The centre has plenty to see and do, we were lucky that our Hotel was inside this historic city giving us plenty of opportunities to explore. The weather was good, with very little tourists around. All the major attractions are in this area, it has a lovely feel especially at nights. Restautants are great too.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mairwen1 wrote a review Jan 2021
United Kingdom3,522 contributions2,499 helpful votes
Seville’s historic centre is quite large so you can easily spend a couple of days exploring it. It’s an amazing mix of Mudejar, Gothic and Renaissance architecture, with ancient Moorish walls, Roman ruins and Baroque churches at pretty much every turn. It’s relatively easy to walk around as the city is quite flat so a good map and flat shoes are the way to go. We started at Plaza Triunfo – this turned out to be an excellent starting point. It has the biggest concentration of historic monuments and sights in the one place. Clustered in the one spot are the Real Alcazar, the Seville Cathedral, the Giralda bell-tower and the Archivo de Indias. The 2 big-ticket items are the Alcazar and Cathedral (both UNESCO world heritage sites) but it’s also worth spending some time wandering around Barrio Santa Cruz (the old medieval Jewish quarter). The cobblestoned streets, orange-blossom plazas and courtyards and narrow lanes are so picturesque and it’s a good change of pace from cathedrals and palaces. TIPS: * Allow several hours for the Alcazar and pre-book online. The palace complex with exquisite tiles, reflection pools and heavenly gold ceilings is a total sensory overload and the gardens will be familiar from Game of Thrones (season 5) as the Water Gardens of Dorne. * We avoided long Cathedral queues by going via the Salvador Church in Plaza Salvador and buying a combo Church/Cathedral/Bell-Tower ticket (€10). The Salvador church was unexpectedly wonderful and it’s only a 3 min walk to the Cathedral. * For stunning views over the historic centre, climb Giralda bell-tower - it stands at 97.5 metres high * the rooftop bar at EME Catedral Terraza was a beautiful (albeit expensive) spot to have a drink while looking directly down over the Cathedral and the face of the bell-tower.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Razorfish wrote a review Sep 2020
Little Rock, Arkansas3,231 contributions708 helpful votes
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My wife and I visited Seville this past November and we stayed in an Airbnb in the Centro Historic de Sevilla. We were just a couple of blocks from the bullfighting arena and the Alcazar. The architecture, history and culture of the area is very alluring.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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annex394 wrote a review Sep 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom41 contributions32 helpful votes
The different areas of the city are all amazing and so different. From tiny maze like passage ways to plazas, to shopping malls to the river. The history , the buildings , the restaurants and the new Parasol, amazing
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Sep 2020
Coimbra, Portugal3,108 contributions513 helpful votes
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I found Seville to be a lovely city, with many historic buildings and numerous narrow streets, and its inhabitants very friendly. I visited at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic and it felt like I virtually had the city to myself, there were so few tourists. I suspect that in a 'normal' year, it is packed with tourists during the summer months. I was only there for 3 nights and I will definitely return.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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