sightseeing tours in seville
By Catherine Cunningham.
Seville is often referred to as the 'Jewel of Andalucia' and it's easy to see why; be it for business or for pleasure the city has such a lot to offer with its rich and colourful mix of history and culture.
Days can be spent visiting its famous baroque cathedral; the largest in the world, with its Moorish tower from which the best views of the city are to be had, the Alcazar or Moorish palace and garden, the Roman ruins of Italica and the old tobacco factory that was the inspiration for Bizet's opera Carmen. For those of a more epicurean bent who wish to experience Seville's gastronomic delights there are cookery courses, tapas tours and wine tours.
Translators are at the disposal of people on business to make transactions more fluid and viable and getting about is easy.The open-top Hop On, Hop Off buses are ideal for helping the first time visitor to orientate themselves as you can hop on and off throughout the day, finding favourite spots to enjoy in your own time.