Day Tours, Seville 4 Nights Program

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      5 Days

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    DAY 1

    • Arrive at Seville International Airport.
    • Our Airport representative will meet & greet you.
    • Pick – up from Airport and transfer to the hotel in Seville.
    • Check-In to the hotel.
    • Evening you will picked up from the hotel for Pura Esencia Flamenco Shows in Triana TABLAOS AND FLAMENCO SHOWS: No matter the time of year you can be sure that there will be flamenco shows happening across the city on any evening.
    • If you’re staying near the Cathedral then Tablao El Arenal would be a good option, with two performances a night (each lasting 90 minutes) and a choice of tapas or full dinner.People visiting Seville in spring or autumn can catch the Peñas de Guardia, a series of shows organized for local or up-and-coming flamenco talent.A tablao is a good way to watch a show, with live musicians and either a bar or restaurant service.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 2
    Seville– Italica

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • After breakfast leave Seville to see the Italica: which is a birthplace of Roman Emperor’s.
    • ITALICA: Italica north of modern-day Santiponce, 9 km northwest of Seville in southern Spain, was an Italic settlement founded by the Roman general Scipio in the province of Hispania Baetica. It was the birthplace of Roman Emperors Trajan, Hadrian, and Theodosius (possibly).Italica is the birthplace of two Roman emperors and the best-preserved Roman ruins in Spain. The giant Colosseum could hold nearly 25,000 people during its heyday but now lies in ruins. Here are some sites that you hear of often. Grand, great buildings that stand the test of time and some that seem to just sneak under the radar for years and years. It is a place that so many have no idea exists…unless they are die-hard Game of Thrones fans, of course. (In Season 7, Daenerys meets Cersei in the dragon pit of King’s landing right here. Season 8 was also filmed here).
    • Later drive back to Seville and spend rest of your day at the great place called The Santa Cruz district.SANTA CRUZ DISTRICT: All the most popular monuments are located in the Santa Cruz district, the historic heart of Seville. It’s therefore also the most touristic place!You can stroll in the pedestrian streets, have a coffee or a lunch in one of the many bars and restaurants and shop for souvenirs in one of the numerous shops. It’s a very pleasant place to walk around, with its typical patios, whitewashed houses and pretty little squares.
    • Don’t miss the Plaza Patio de Banderas for a beautiful view of the cathedral!
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.

    DAY 3
    Seville – Cordoba

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Post breakfast, you will go on a full day tour to Cordoba. Explore the architectural and cultural treasures of Cordoba on a fascinating full-day tour from Seville. Wander the narrow alleyways of the Jewish Quarter and admire the Moorish magnificence of the architecture. Immerse yourself in the religious resplendence of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba and see one of Spain’s few existing synagogues. Delve deeper into the Islamic heritage of the city with an interesting guide and enjoy a stress-free sojourn with a priority access pass.
    • MOSQUE-CATHEDRAL OF CORDOBA: The Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba, officially known by its ecclesiastical name, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Córdoba dedicated to the Assumption of Mary and located in the Spanish region of Andalusia.The Great Mosque of Cordoba represents a unique artistic achievement due to its size and the sheer boldness of the height of its ceilings. It is an irreplaceable testimony of the Caliphate of Cordoba and it is the most emblematic monument of Islamic religious architecture.
    • ALCAZAR FORTRESS OF DON PEDRO: This Alcazar or Moorish fortress is situated to the west of the walled town on the highest point of Carmona. Peter I had it restored in the 13th century, and it became one of his favorite palaces. The Catholic Monarchs erected the circular tower and embellished the royal quarters.This whole complex is accessed by a large double pointed horseshoe arch that still preserves remains of geometric paintings on the intrados of the same.The Lisbon earthquake of 1755 affected him greatly and since then the ruin has been progressive.
    • Back to Seville and overnight stay.

    DAY 4
    Seville – Cadiz

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • While preparing your visit to Seville and your trip to Andalusia, you might not have thought about going to Cadiz. The city is often forgotten in favour of Seville’s more famous neighbours such as Cordoba and Granada.However, the city really deserves a day trip, as it’s only about 1h30 by car from Seville.Here are the best places to visit in Cadiz.
    • Cádiz Cathedral- Cádiz Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Church in Cádiz, southern Spain, and the seat of the Diocese of Cadiz y Ceuta. It was built between 1722 and 1838. The cathedral was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1931. The Plaza de la Cathedral houses both the Cathedral and the Baroque Santiago church, built in 1635. There are some very beautiful Baroque images. The church is crowned with a dome of golden tiles which gives it an imposing appearance.
    • The Plaza de San Juan de Dios- The importance of the new cathedral means that Cádiz doesn’t exactly have a ‘main’ square as such, but it is hard to look past the Plaza de San Juan de Dios when it comes to a major meeting point in this social city. The commercial centre of the city since way back in the 16th century, the square opens out onto the harbour and the Atlantic and is home to a fascinating collection of buildings, among them the City Hall and a church that takes the same name as the square, that being the Church of San Juan de Dios. There is also a Burger King, if you’re after a weird juxtaposition of the old and new.
    • The Roman Theatre- In Andalusia, the cradle of great artists, art is one of the most illustrious aspects. This is one of the reasons why, since time immemorial, there has been evidence of places in the city of Cadiz destined for the performance of plays.The Roman Theatre of Cadiz was built around 70 BC when Lucius Cornelius Balbo, a friend and adviser to Julius Caesar, decided with his nephew Balbo to extend the urban perimeter of Gades. This is why it is also known as Theatrum Balbi (Balbo Theatre). In this new neighbourhood an amphitheatre and a theatre were built, the latter being discovered in 1980 under the current El Pópulo district. The building was abandoned at the end of the 3rd century AD and was looted from the following century onwards, although until medieval times the remains of its powerful structure were used as warehouses, stables and dwellings. Another of its functions was to serve as a base for the Islamic fortress, mentioned in sources of the time as the “Castle of the Theatre”, and later reconstructed by Alfonso X “the Wise” after the conquest of the city.
    • Tavira Tower - Watch tower from the eighteenth century, situated in the down town and the highest point of the city, turned today into a focal point of cultural interest. The tower has two exhibition halls, the Camera Obscura and the terrace from which you can enjoy wonderful views of CádizIts Cámara Obscura was the first one installed in Spain.
    • Back to Seville and overnight stay

    DAY 5
    Fly Back

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Time say “Good bye to SEVILLE” post breakfast you will be picked up for your final transfer to Seville International Airport for your flight back to home with sweet memories

    Top Attractions of Day Tours, Seville 4 Nights Program Tour

    Santa Cruz Seville

    Santa Cruz is the primary tourist neighborhood of Seville Spain and the former Jewish quarter of the medieval city. Santa Cruz is bordered by the Jardines de Murillo the Real Alczar Calle Mateos Gago and Calle Santa Mara La BlancaSan Jos. The neighbourhood is the location of many of Sevilles oldest churches and is home to the Cathedral of Seville including the converted m

    MosqueCathedral of Crdoba

    The MosqueCathedral of Crdoba officially known by its ecclesiastical name the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Crdoba dedicated to the Assumption of Mary and located in the Spanish region of Andalusia. Due to its status as a former Islamic place of worship it is also known as the Great Mosque of Crdoba or the Mezquita

    Cdiz Cathedral

    Cdiz Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in Cdiz southern Spain and the seat of the Diocese of Cadiz y Ceuta. It was built between 1722 and 1838. The cathedral was declared Bien de Inters Cultural in 1931.

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