Discover the most iconic landmarks of the city of Seville, a compact and relaxing city with a rich cultural heritage and the capital of Andalusia. Drive from the port of Cadiz to Seville along the highway through vineyards, cotton fields and olive groves. Enjoy the panoramic drive through some of its most iconic sites such as Plaza de España and Maria Luisa Park. Visit Casa Pilatos, the permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli family and one of the city's most glorious mansions. Originally dating to the late 15th century, it incorporates a wonderful mixture of Mudéjar, Gothic and Renaissance decor, with some beautiful tilework.
The guided visit will be focused on the ground floor premises, considered one of the finest examples of Andalusian architecthre of the 16th century in Seville. The Cathedral of Seville, built in the 15th century and considered the third largest in the world will impress you as well as La Giralda, an imposing 322-foot (98 meter) tower, formerly a Moorish-style minaret from a mosque that once stood on this site. Take a stroll through Barrio de Santa Cruz, the old Jewish Quarter and a labyrinth of narrow streets with wrought iron-grilled windows, white-washed buildings and tiled patios. Afterwards, you will enjoy lunch at a local establishment.