Private Religious Seville Walking Tour
Tour description provided by Viator
Do you remember the famous song and dance "Macarena"? On the Religious Seville Tour you will learn of the origin of the name "Macarena", which is a famous sculpture of the Virgin Mary in the Macarena quarter, where you will visit her museum and church.
After a walk along the roman wall constructed by Julius Caesar, continue to the Parliament of Andalucia, the biggest Hospital in Europe from the 15th century, before finishing with the convent of Saint Paula. The convent is one of the best examples of baroque art in Seville and where the resident nuns made the best jam in Spain!
- Private tour
- Local guide
What isn't included
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Entrance fees
- Hotel pickup and drop off