This tour includes transport from Malaga, an official guide, entry to the cathedral and a walking tour of the city in addition to free time to discover this charming location.
Guided tour in the city and at the Cathedral.
Total duration 10 hours (transport included).
Free time to visit the city.
It is necessary to show the reservation voucher (paper or electronic).
- Stop at the Plaza de España with time to view it and take photographs.
- Tour of the Murillo Gardens.
- Sightseeing tour of the city: Paseo de Colon, Plaza de las Américas, the Guadalquivir River…
- Walking tour of the Santa Cruz district, one of the city’s most magical areas.
- Free time in the city for lunch.
Departure and Return
Meeting point: from Malaga, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona. This will be indicated a few days in advance so all excursionists may choose the option most convenient to them.s.
Departure time: 8.25am Malaga city, 7.50am Torremolinos, 7.10am Fuengirola, 6.40am Marbella, and 6.05am Estepona.
Departure Dates: Every Wednesday. Also Fridays from April to October.
Return: In Malaga about 7pm.
Are you ready for an in-depth tour of Seville? The capital of Andalusia is brimming with beautiful architecture that has been influenced by the Romans, Arabs and Jews over the course of history.
This tour begins with a sightseeing tour of the city: Paseo de Colon, Plaza de América, Avenida de las Palmeras, María Luisa Park and the Guadalquivir River. The city is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, which divides the Andalusian capital into two parts: Seville and Triana.
Then you will stop in the Plaza de España so you can take photos of this symbolic square. Once on the bus again, you will head to the Murillo Gardens.
Later, and accompanied by a guide, you will dive into narrow, winding streets oozing mystery and tranquillity. You will be exploring the Santa Cruz district, which is one of the city’s most enchanting places.
You will continue with a visit to the city’s marvellous cathedral, which is the third largest in the world after St. Peter’s in Rome and St. Paul’s in London. It dates back to the 15th century and was built on an old mosque from the end of the 12th century.
Finally, you can enjoy free time for lunch on your own, enabling you to better discover the local specialities. The meeting point before returning to your point of origin will be the famous, 13th-century Torre del Oro, which was purportedly once covered in gold.
At the agreed time, you will return to the Costa del Sol, using the same route.
- Official toursit guides.
- Tickets for the Cathedral.
- Bus insurance.
100% refund if cancellation takes place up to 72 hours before the date of travel. Subsequent cancellations or no-shows do not entail any refund.