Seville has been shaped over the centuries by many cultures that have molded its present appearance. The art of restoration is manifested in its architecture through its respect to the inherited values, the maintenance of the spatial richness and the historical memory.
It has been updated from the contemporary point of view through new materials and concepts, compatible with tradition.
In addition, the city features many places where the Arabic influence is still very present. We find it in the city outline, in the atmosphere of the streets, and in its architecture, preserved and adapted to current needs.
We will find forgotten places, most of them ignored in tourist guides that, however, are pearls that help us understand and enjoy a magnificent hidden Seville.
– Preparation of the itinerary
– Guided tours with an architect
– 01 night in 3* hotel with breakfast
– 02 meals
– Private bus according to program
– Entrance ticket
– Flight management
– Combine with other programs
We will start our visit at Cordoba’s Door. Then we will continue by the San Hermenegildo’s Church, and we will see the remains of mural paintings from the Muslim city and the Arco de la Macarena.
Tour through the historic center: Patio de la Iglesia del Divino Salvador and Judería’s district (Santa Cruz). Murillo’s and Buhaira’s Gardens.
We will start in the Monasterio de la Cartuja. We will visit the Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage (Vázquez Consuegra) andthe Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art. We will continue with the Andalusian Parliament (Hospital de las cinco llagas, 1546 and rehabilitated in 2003 by D. Martinez). We will visit the Indian General Archive. We will finish our guided tour in the Torre del Oro, located on the bank of the river and next to de Bull Ring of Real Maestranza.