From your vantage point on the river you can see sights such as the magnificent Tower of Gold, Maestranza Bullring and the Saint Telmo Palace.
The 1 hour cruise operates every 30 minutes and you can just show up with your booking voucher and board, making it super-simple to fit this Seville river cruise into your holiday!
1 hourStart time
Winter: Departures every 30 minutes from 11:00am - 7:00pm
Summer: Departure every 30 minutes from 11:00am - 10:00pm
The cruises start from the quay at Muelle de la Torre del Oro, Paseo Alcalde marqués del Contadero s/n. (The closest bridge to the departure point is Puente de San Telmo).
The tour ends at the starting point
Guests must make their own way to the quay which is just off the Puente de San Telmo bridge. The tour departs from the quay at Muelle Torre del Oro S/N every 30 minutes.
Arrive at the quay and embark on a modern river boat that will take you on a one-hour long cruise down the legendary Guadalquivir river.
As the cruise takes you past the defining landmarks of the ancient Spanish capital, your multilingual guide will educate you about their history and significance. Admire and discover both sides of the Guadalquivir river, seeing famous monuments such as:
The Tower of Gold: The Gold Tower, or Torro del Orro, is a military watch tower built in the 13th century. During the Middle Ages, the tower also acted as a prison.
Maestranza Bullring: The oldest bullring in the world, the Maestranza Bullring was built in the mid-to-late 1700's. It is one of Seville's most popular tourist attractions, and is home to a world-known bullfighting festival during the Seville Fair each year.
Giralda Tower: This tower used to be a minaret, but was converted into a belltower for the Cathedral of Seville. The tower is a mix of different architectural styles.
The modern river boat offers a bar serving drinks and snacks (payable direct).
Please carry your valid photo ID and print of the booking voucher.
Should an emergency arise, please call the following telephone number: (+34) 650 985 389
It was nice to sit for awhile in the heat of the dayDarrel Mendoza, United Kingdom, 29/Jun/2015