TOP WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE HIGHLIGHTS IN SEVILLE – APPROX. 3 HOURS

Top highlights in Sevilla Hero

Highlights of this tour

  • Cathedral
  • Reales Alcazares (Exterior)
  • Archivo de Indias
  • Puerta Jerez
  • Torre del Oro
  • Plaza de Toros
  • Plaza de España

Accessibility information

  • Requires walking/rolling between sights
  • Some cobblestones
  • Tour stays on the flat areas

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Officially licensed and English-speaking guide
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Tour starts at a meeting point in the center

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Transportation from outside the center. Book your transfer here
  • Tickets to Cathedral
  • Rent of audioguides
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Plaza Espana Seville
Golden Tower Seville

About this wheelchair accessible top highlights in Seville tour

Your top highlights of Seville tour starts at an agreed-upon location in the center. If you are coming from outside the center or the cruise port of Cádiz, we can arrange accessible transportation. Click here for more information.

Cathedral

During this walking/rolling tour, you discover the main highlights of this town. You are starting at the cathedral that was built on top of a mosque. It is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world (the Saint Peter’s Basilica of the Vatican in Rome is not actually cathedrals). Moreover, after St. Peter’s Basilica and St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, it is the third-largest prayer house in the world.

Reales Alcazares

After the cathedral, you see the exterior of Reales Alcazares. The Alcázar consists of several beautiful buildings and gardens in various architectural styles (Almohade, Mudéjar, Gothic, and Renaissance). The most striking is the mudéjar style, a mix of Arabic and Christian architecture.

Archivo de Indias

The next stop on your top highlights in Seville tour is Archivo de Indias, which is one of the world’s most important archives. It houses more than 10 kilometers of shelves full of important documents from Spanish colonial history in America from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century.

Puerta Jerez and Torre del Oro

You go through Puerta Jerez, which is the entrance to many sights of the city. One of them is the Torre del Oro (golden tower), one of Seville’s most famous monuments. You find the tower depicted on many postcards and souvenirs. Did you know that the Torre del Oro belonged to the old city walls and served to defend the city and the Alcázar (palace)?

Today it is 36 meters high and consists of three parts. The Torre del Oro owes its name to the fact that in the past, the second part seemed to be gilded, and a golden glow sparkled in the river. However, some associate her name with the gold that was stored in the tower during the colonial trade with South America.

Plaza de Toros and Plaza de España

Your last stops on this top highlights of Seville tour are Plaza de Toros and Plaza España.
Seville has the best known and oldest bullring in Spain. Construction began in 1733. The arena is officially called ‘La Maestranza’ and is still in use. The square of Plaza de España is one of the most visited monuments in Seville. It is a magical, remarkable square that hides more symbolism than what you can see at first sight.

Not included:

  • Tickets to Cathedral
  • Rent of audioguides

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