Meeting point: Our Mak In Line Shop. Address: Calle Arjona 8, Sevilla.
Duration:3 Hours. Distance: 10 kmts. Suitable for all ages.
Students and children 19 €
Tour includes: Mineral water, civil responsibility insurance, photo-album, bike, guide and helmet.
Golden Tower: built in the thirteenth century, during the Almohad period. It is said that she collected all the gold that came from India (customs).
Cathedral: After the recapture of the city by Fernando III, it was decided that, as the legend: “A church so large that who see it finished we have as crazy.” The Cathedral was built from 1402 over an old mosque. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Giralda Sevilla most representative monument. It is the minaret of the mosque. Its construction began in 1184. With 117.50 meters high, was once the tallest building in Europe. La Giralda not have stairs, but ramps wide enough to allow the manager to call the people to prayer could climb them on horseback.
Alcazar: Definitely one of the most impressive monuments of Seville you can not miss.
The Alcazar is a fortified palace. Today it is the residence of the royal family when visiting Seville. It has been the scene of some movies like “Lawrence of Arabia” and “Game of Thrones”.
Maria Luisa Park (Plaza of Spain): These gardens, originally formed part of the gardens of the Palace of San Telmo, was donated in 1893 by the Infanta Maria Luisa Fernanda de Orleans to the city .. The park opened the Plaza of Spain and the Plaza de America, which are one of its main attractions.
Here we stop for a drink and some tapas in one of the terraces (not included in price).
Barrio de Santa Cruz: Located in the city center is full of whitewashed houses, mansions, palaces family, flowered patios humble and above all, legends, duels, love affairs and memories, charm and beauty.
Royal Tobacco Factory: It is a stone building in the eighteenth century, as the site of the first tobacco factory in Europe established. Currently hosts the Rector of the University of Seville and of some of its powers.
Royal Cavalry of Seville: It is an institution created in 1670 cavalry whose original intention was noble training in weapons and warlike equestrian practice in the service of the Spanish crown.
Barrio de Triana: Sevilian district across the river, cultural heart of Spain, concentrating the arts (flamenco, bullfight, painting, literature and ceramic). Birth place of many of the Spanish navigators and discoverers during the Spanish empire and location of the first church of Sevilla.