Seville Legends Tour
On this tour we will visit a new part of Seville, specifically we will travel all the north of the Andalusian capital discovering new corners of the city. We will start in the Plaza Virgen de los Reyes where we will know its tradition and union with Fernando III, better known as the Santo, we will enter one of the most beautiful squares in Seville, such as the Plaza de la Alianza to later arrive at the Alfalfa neighborhood where we will meet one of the most important legends related to Don Pedro I, renamed Don Pedro I el Cruel We will walk along the well-known Sierpes street discovering its origin and letting us fall in love with its old shops, cafes and traditional shops.
In our tour of legends of Seville we not only want to teach you traditions, but also the true beginnings of literary works as recognized worldwide as Don Juan Tenorio or Sevillian authors such as Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer. We will travel in time to immerse ourselves in the world of the kingdoms of Castile and discover some of the most famous stories such as, for example, the legend of the shoemaker become king or how the Lord of the Great Power went to visit a man who did not He wanted to go see him at his temple. Real stories and not so old, that have become well known to any Sevillian.
After this tour you will know the answers to questions like Why the Virgin of the Kings was so important for Fernando III El Santo ?, Who is really the patron saint of Seville? What do we know about Carabolo’s treasure? Where is the Head of King Don Pedro Street? To whom did some of his poems the famous poet Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer? Thousands of questions with thousands of answers that will be answered on this tour of approximately 2 hours.
Join us to know the secrets of this wonderful city, of our city, of our Hidden Seville!
- Plaza Virgen de los Reyes
- Triumph Square
- Alliance Square
- Head Street of King Don Pedro
- Monument to Cervántes
- Sierpes Street
- Parish of the Magdalena
- Museum Square
- Basilica Jesus of the Great Power
- Alameda de Hercules and much more …
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