15 Best Seville Tours

Seville, home to more than 700,000.

It is also the capital of the province and home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

It is a popular choice for travelers of all ages because of its scenic location on River Guadalquivir.

Seville is best known for its flamenco, opera, Alcazar palace complex and Roman-era attractions. It also has cathedrals. It is also where Christopher Columbus rests.

Here are 15 top tours in Seville worth a closer look if you’re visiting the city.

1. Alcazar Guided Tour with Priority Entry


One of Seville’s most important historic attractions is the Alcazar. This 90-minute tour can be accompanied by an English-, French-, or Spanish-speaking guide.

The Alcazar’s Islamic architecture and fascinating history are simply breathtaking.

It is distinguished by palaces, gardens, and patios. The interior is decorated with intricate Moorish carvings as well as colorful mosaics that still look exactly the same way they were when they were first created.

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2. 3-Hour Sunset Bike Tour

Barrio de Santa Cruz

Seville is an exotic, old-world city that first-time tourists find fascinating and appealing.

It takes on an unusual aura when the sun sets over the River Guadalquivir.

This 3-hour tour will take guests on a bike ride through some of the most iconic attractions in the city.

Highlights include Plaza de Toros and Barrio de Santa Cruz.

Each stop will provide guests with information about the incredible things they see and ample time to take photos, rest, or ask questions.

3. Triana Tablao Flamenco Show & Drink


Most tourists make it a point when visiting Andalusia, southern Spain, to see a flamenco performance at least once.

Flamenco is one the region’s most treasured cultural and artistic treasures. It tells a story through dance and music, rather than words.

Triana Tablao hosts this one-hour show in one of the best flamenco venues in the area. This show combines elements from ancient history with contemporary society in a way that is unlike any other.

The show includes comfortable seating and a complimentary drink to kick things off. It’s a memorable way to learn Spanish culture.

4. Sevilla Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride

Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride

This mid-morning horse-drawn carriage ride is a great choice for those who like to stay in and have a cup of Spanish coffee before going out to see the sights.

The city’s Old Quarter will be the place where guests meet their guide and trusted horse. After that, they will embark on an attraction-filled ride that stops at the Plaza de Espana and Maria Luisa Park, Statue of Becquer and the monument to El Cid at Lope de Vea Theater.

The tours end at the Cathedral of Seville or Alcazar Royal Palace. You have the remainder of the day to explore other areas.

5. 24 Hour Hop-On Hop Off Bus Ticket

 Hop-On Hop-Off

Hop-on, hop-off bus tours are great for those with limited travel time or a small budget.

They offer many attractions in one package. Additionally, they allow tourists to focus on the things they are most interested in and ignore those they don’t.

Tour tickets can be valid for 24 hours or 48 hours depending on the option chosen. These tickets allow you easy access to top attractions such as the Alcazar gardens and Museum of Fine Arts.

Audio guides can be purchased in many languages and include special narrations for children.

6. 2-Hour Guadalquivir River Kayaking Tour

Guadalquivir River

Seville’s mild year-round climate and large areas of undeveloped natural areas make it a popular choice for activity-minded travelers and those who love the great outdoors.

The Arabic name for the River Guadalquivir is “big river”. However, it’s suitable for all ages and abilities.

Do not worry if your experience is lacking. There’s a safety orientation that will help you get started.

The river is a great place to see the city’s most unique attractions. You can also learn more about the role it has played in cultural fusion and commerce over the centuries.

7. Rooftop Terrace Paella Cooking Experience

Paella Cooking

Paella is the cuisine equivalent to flamenco.

It is the most loved and internationally recognized dish in the country. This 2 1/2-hour cooking experience is a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture of your local area and learn how to cook it.

It takes place on a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the city. Along with paella, guests can make fresh sangria using local ingredients.

Evenings end with delicious food, great company and breathtaking views of the city.

8. Guadalquivir 1-Hour cruise ticket and Commentary

Guadalquivir River

River cruises can be a relaxing and fun way to enjoy many attractions of the city from a different perspective.

The Guadalquivir River Cruise is a 1-hour cruise that departs from Marques del Contadero. It includes narration in multiple languages and commentary.

Guadalquivir River is the only navigable inland waterway in the country. It has been a key part of the region’s economy and culture for many generations. It passes through historical sites such as monasteries and cathedrals. There are also distinct neighborhoods like Triana.

Sunburns can be severe so bring sunglasses and a hat.

9. 3-hour Tour on Electric Bike

Plaza de España

For those who don’t want to be restricted by a tour bus or work up too much, e-bikes offer a great alternative.

They can travel places buses and cars can’t.

After meeting their guide, guests will be able to ride their bikes to explore the city’s top attractions like Alcazar Palace, Christopher Columbus’ monument, and Plaza de Espana.

Tours start at mid-morning, when the sun is not at its hottest.

10. City of Queens and Nuns, Sex Work and Witches


As in most cultures, Spanish women have played many roles in Spanish history and culture. This tour celebrates their achievements in all their glory.

This tour covers segments of society that many people don’t want to see. That is why it has so much appeal for those who are interested in straying from the beaten path.

The guests will be able to learn more about the lives and times of women who were royalty and those who took on menial tasks such as cigar rolling and prostitution to make ends meet.

The tours include contemporary architecture and aspects of modern life, as well as stopping at local bars for a relaxing drink.

11. Guadalquivir River Yacht Cruise

Guadalquivir River Yacht

What does the River Guadalquivir (a boat named after America’s most famous city) and lobster salad have in common?

They are all important components of the small-group, 90 minute river yacht cruise that starts and ends in Seville.

The Nueva York, which is not to be confused with the more common riverboats, is a luxurious launch that offers indoor and outdoor seating, multiple levels and air conditioning. It also features panoramic views of some of the city’s most famous attractions.

Every excursion includes traditional music and a delicious meal of fresh bread, lobster salad, fresh bread, and Paella, all for a very affordable price.

12. Walking Tour to the Market and Off-the-Beaten Path


One of the most exciting aspects of traveling is discovering and exploring hidden treasures in new cities.

This market and off-the-beaten path tour will take guests to the most popular tourist spots in Seville. They’ll follow their guide into the most interesting, quirky, and under-appreciated areas of Seville.

Bookstores, galleries, dive bars and artists’ studios are some of the stops on this tour.

Another highlight is the bustling Feria Street market. It’s a great place for locals to meet and get a few souvenirs.

Tours can be booked in the morning or early evening.

13. Seville Jewish Heritage Tour

San Bartolome

Seville, like many Spanish cities has a fascinating and long history. It has been influenced over the years by many religions and ethnicities.

This Jewish heritage tour will take guests and their local guide on a variety of stops, including the Jewish Cemetery, San Bartolome and Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz is well-known for its tranquil patios and serene residences as well as its winding streets and majestic homes.

You can book tours in many languages. It is possible to meet the guide at the accommodation if you are not familiar with the area.

Comfortable shoes are a must. Bring extra cash to buy drinks, snacks, tips and souvenirs.

14. Panoramic Segway Tour

Golden Tower

Segways, like e-bikes have been a popular mode of transportation for tourists who want to enjoy the great outdoors and visit many of the city’s most important attractions.

Begin the tour by meeting your guide and learning how to use your two-wheeled, gravity-defying machine. This will take about two hours.

The group will then travel to sites such as the Alcazar, cathedral, Golden Tower and Square of the Bulls.

The tours also include stops at urban parks, stretches of river where congestion is minimal, and large open spaces.

Participants receive a complimentary photograph to remember the experience.

15. 1-Hour Bullring Tour with Skip the Line Ticket

Bullring Tour

Seville’s bullfighting ring is one of the most popular cultural attractions. This 1-hour tour will give guests a glimpse into the inner workings of this important attraction.

Audio guide headsets are included on tours so that you can hear narration at every stop. Each excursion is divided into four areas.

This museum is a must-see on the tour. Participants will be able to learn more about the history of bullfighting, as well as the lives and times of the famous bullfighters. They can also see authentic bullfighting paraphernalia and costumes.

The chapel is where bullfighters pray before performing and the main gate, which is the final barrier that separates bulls from their fate, are other highlights.