Tours to Seville
The capital of Andalusia, beautiful Seville, was founded by the ancient hero Hercules. The ancient city wall still shelters the city from troubles, and therefore its inhabitants are so carefree, musical, beautiful and hospitable. Here the events of "The Wedding of Figaro" and "Don Giovanni" took place, the incomparable Carmen shone on the Sevillian streets and it was from here that the Seville barber was born. You can join the holiday and try to understand what is the secret of optimism of local residents during a tour to Seville. But only after him, riddles and questions may appear no less than the day before..
Towers, walls and bullfights
The Guadalquivir River divides the city into two parts, each of which boasts magnificent old buildings and a huge number of towers. It is the panorama with the towers that becomes the hallmark of the city in all travel guides to Spain..
Tours to Seville allow guests to learn many interesting historical facts about the origin and development of the city. Once upon a time, the Romans and Normans, the Cordoba Caliphate and the Berbers dominated here, but from the middle of the XIII century, the Christian Spaniards finally established themselves on this land.
Today there are over 70 cathedrals in the city, many of which are magnificent examples of medieval architecture. The most famous is the cathedral, which is inferior in size among the Orthodox churches only to the Vatican and London.
And on a tour to Seville, you can see a real bullfight. The arena for her is the second largest in the country and at the same time accommodates almost 18 thousand spectators..
Briefly about the important
- Seville Airport accepts local and international flights from European capitals. There is no direct flight from Moscow, but you can get there via Barcelona, Madrid or Zurich.
- A bus or taxi will take participants on a Seville tour to the city center in less than half an hour. If guests are using rail to travel from Madrid, their trains arrive at Santa Justa station, located in the northern part of the city..
- Seville has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and warm and mild winters. The air temperature in July can easily reach +40 in the shade, and therefore siesta is a sacredly executed item in the daily routine of local residents. The most favorable time for walking around the old town comes in April and October, when the thermometer calms down around +22 degrees.
- An interesting excursion for the participants of the tour to Seville can turn out through the city fountains. They are connected to the general water supply system, for which the viaduct was built during the time of Julius Caesar..