Colonial America walking tour in Seville
- Discover the history behind the beautiful city of Seville in this walking tour
- Learn about the Spanish Golden Age when the city was considered the gateway to America
When the conquerors went to the Atlantic and Pacific areas and engaged in commercial activities, Seville became one of the main and most important capitals in Europe as all products from both continents were being traded through Seville's Port.
Meet your guide at Seville's General Archive of the Indies where all exchange documents are held as well as other historical documents that contain facts about the discovery of America and other colonies. After hearing interesting tips from your guide, you will head towards the Arenal (harbor area) and Triana neighbourhood to discover all of the city's secrets and all of the happenings that took place across these streets and buildings.
Before the tour is over, you can ask your guide for additional information so you can decide where you want to continue your day and make the most of your visit to Seville.
- Local guide
- 2-hour walking tour
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Child 0-13 years old: reduced
Avda. Constitucion s, Archivo de Indias, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
Main entrance of Archivo de Indias, Avenida Constitución
- Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
- Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes
- Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10.00am
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