Triana, Sevilla
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  • Seville: Minibus Tour, Aquarium and River Cruise

    1. Seville: Minibus Tour, Aquarium and River Cruise

    See the attractions of Seville on a minibus tour and marvel at monuments such as the 18th-century Royal Tobacco Factory, Palace of San Telmo, Torre del Oro and Basilica of Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza Macarena. Admire the colorful tiles of Plaza de España.  Then, get close to marine species with a 1.5-hour tour of the Acuario de Sevilla and learn about the flora and fauna that Magellan encountered on his 16th-century expeditions to the Spice Islands.  Next, cruise along the Guadalquivir River and see the Triana district and 10th-century Castillo de San Jorge from the water. Discover where Columbus planned his journey to the New World and more.

    Beautiful minibus. Wonderful tour guide. Aquarium was amazing. River cruise was leisurely. The combined cost was very cheap considering what you got for your money. Would highly recommend. Thank you so much.

  • Unusual Seville: 2.5-Hour Tour and Cruise

    2. Unusual Seville: 2.5-Hour Tour and Cruise

    Explore the most emblematic monuments of Seville on a sightseeing tour of the old city center, and then cruise along the Guadalquivir River to experience the city from an alternative perspective. Following a pick-up from your hotel in the city center, transfer by air-conditioned minivan past sights such as the University, Old Tobacco Factory, San Telmo Palace, Golden Tower, Isabel II Bridge, and Macarena Basilica. Visit Plaza de España, centerpiece of the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition, and marvel at the mosaic tiles. Discover the site of Bizet’s opera “Carmen.” Then, go to the former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, and discover a labyrinth of narrow streets that lead to Plaza de los Venerables. Take a river cruise along the Guadalquivir River for views of the city from a different perspective. See the untouched sides of the Golden Tower, the famous Calle Betis, and the Old Bull Ring of S...

    The tour was great but because I didn't get to go on the Alcazar and Cathedral visits the day before I paid again to go with her. Outstanding guide. Highly commended. Melissa even tried to phone about the previous day but couldn't get through.

  • Artistic Seville 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour and Cruise

    3. Artistic Seville 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour and Cruise

    Explore Seville from a different perspective on a combined 3-hour sightseeing tour and cruise. Following a pick-up from your hotel, start with a boat trip from the Muelle de la Sal (Salt Wharf), and marvel at the bridges and monuments on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Continue to the Monastery of Cartuja to see where Christopher Columbus planned his travels to the New World for 3 years. Next, visit the historic bull ring of the Real Maestranza, said to be the site of the finest bullfighting traditions in Spain. Drive across the Isabel II Bridge to explore the former sailors and potters' neighborhood of Triana. See the 10th-century Castle of San Jorge, and admire the façade of the Macarena Basilica.

    Interesting off-beat tour. Guide was sometimes hard to understand (due to his accent) yet he was very knowledgeable and good-natured.

  • Seville: Triana Walking Tour & Eco Cruise

    4. Seville: Triana Walking Tour & Eco Cruise

    As Rome has Trastevere and Paris the Rivegauche, Seville has Triana, with its distinctive feature, its pride, its devotion to their memories and traditions, celebrating its own festival on the river bank. During a walking tour you will learn a lot about the Trianeros, its inhabitants (not sevillians!) who has given to history sailors, potters, flamenco artists, bullfighters, actresses... in the old times there was a lot of fishermen and blacksmiths, most of them living in tenement houses in a particular way of living. The history of Triana is amazing, the Inquisition was based here, also a secret society of thieves and criminals, the sailor school, and from its bank departed the first fleet to circumnavigate the planet. The trianeros have had always a fighting spirit, so there were important battles and war events during the civil war and the Independence War against France. After the ...

    A1 experience with our enthusiastic and knowledgeable Guide Pilar, who gave us really interesting information about Seville, its history and the not to be missed Triana district. Triana is home to many tapas bars and restaurants enjoyed by locals rather than tourists and where the architecture and ceramic makers lived and work is fascinating. The boat trip ended a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining afternoon.

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What people are saying about Triana, Sevilla

A1 experience with our enthusiastic and knowledgeable Guide Pilar, who gave us really interesting information about Seville, its history and the not to be missed Triana district. Triana is home to many tapas bars and restaurants enjoyed by locals rather than tourists and where the architecture and ceramic makers lived and work is fascinating. The boat trip ended a thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining afternoon.

all great, although the minibus tour is quite fast and run over. And the aquarium is great, yes we saw it regardless of the minibus because they gave us only an hour and to see it quietly you need something else, which we talked about and we chose to access on foot to the boat dock that is a ride And quite nice.

Beautiful minibus. Wonderful tour guide. Aquarium was amazing. River cruise was leisurely. The combined cost was very cheap considering what you got for your money. Would highly recommend. Thank you so much.

Interesting and enjoyable

Enjoyed the River cruise, and the visits to both the Church and Bullring. The guide was informative and friendly.

Well worth the money, great views of city from land and sea. Aquarium just okay