Rail Tour to Seville by AVE Train: including a Classic Seville tour to visit the city’s majestic architectural masterpiece, Plaza de España

See the famous orange trees and beautiful architecture of Seville, Andalusia’s lovely capital city, on a full-day round-trip tour by train from Madrid. Board the AVE train at Madrid’s Atocha Station and be met at Seville’s train station by your knowledgeable local guide. Then take a three-hour guided tour of Seville’s attractions, including the bullring, cathedral and Santa Cruz neighborhood, and have free time to explore the city on your own before returning to Madrid by train.

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With round-trip rail tickets included, relax on the scenic train journey to Seville. Your guide will be waiting to meet you when your train arrives at Seville train station, ready to take you on an informative three-hour tour of Seville’s attractions.

Depending on the day of your visit to Seville, take the Classic Seville tour to visit the city’s majestic architectural masterpiece, Plaza de España. Admire the cathedral’s lovely bell tower, the Giralda, converted from a Moorish minaret, and discover Seville’s Moorish origins. See the Torre del Oro watchtower and take a stroll along the Guadalquivir River and Triana Bridge, an iconic city symbol.

Or take the Historic Seville tour to visit America Square, built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, and visit the Muslim pavilion. Also take a tour of the royal fort’s landscaped grounds, sculptures, mosaics and lovely gardens.

Both tours take you on a guided walk through Seville’s labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys leading to the charming Barrio de Santa Cruz, the city’s most historic district. Explore medieval Seville’s Jewish quarter, with its courtyards and churches, and follow narrow lanes to tiny plazas planted with orange trees.

Following the tour, have free time to explore Seville at your leisure, then in the evening follow your guide’s directions to the station to catch your return train to Madrid.

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