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Barrio Santa Cruz

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Barrio Santa Cruz

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Santa Cruz Jewish Quarter Guided Tour in Seville
US$12.19 per adult
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City Sightseeing Seville Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
US$26.79 per adult
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Santa Cruz Guided Walking Tour in Seville
US$18.26 per adult
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Seville Rooftop Walking Tour
US$70.59 per adult
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Cathedral & Alcazar of Seville Guided Tour (Skip the Line)
US$59.66 per adult
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Seville Tapas & Flamenco Tour
US$157.07 per adult
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Seville Highlights Bike Tour (English)
US$36.53 per adult
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Alcazar of Seville Early Access with Optional Seville Cathedral
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Alcazar of Seville Early Access with Optional Seville Cathedral

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For a relatively crowd-free experience of the Alcázar of Seville, opt for an early-access tour. By entering the UNESCO World Heritage Site before it opens to the public, you avoid long lines and take crowd-free photos of the landmark’s gorgeous interior. Plus, visit parts of the complex that conventional tours don’t. Upgraded package includes a line-free exploration of Seville Cathedral and Giralda Tower.
US$33.00 per adult
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Mairwen1 wrote a review Jan 2021
United Kingdom3,928 contributions6,228 helpful votes
You can easily spend a day or more exploring Seville’s old medieval quarter. The big-ticket sights such as the Alcazar, the Seville Cathedral and the Giralda bell-tower are all located in this area. Aside from this, it is also a very lovely old area to simply wander through. It has an appealing mix of narrow lanes, cobblestoned streets, orange-blossom courtyards and nooks and crannies. Alongside tiny palazzos and tile covered patios, you’ll find cafes and tapas bars which make a good change of pace from cathedrals and palaces.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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bunto wrote a review Sep 2020
Inverkeithing, United Kingdom359 contributions77 helpful votes
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Our hotel was close to this district. Walked through every day. Warm enough to sit outside in mid November. Spent hours over drinks watching everyone go by. Have been in Summer and it's much busier. I'm this Summer 2020 would be different story.. Sevilla is a city we are always happy to return to.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Sep 2020
Coimbra, Portugal3,109 contributions565 helpful votes
Barrio Santa Cruz, or the Jewish Quarter, is a delightful are to wander around and explore the many alleyways and old buildings. There are many cafe's and restaurants in the neighbourhood for you to rest your tired feet.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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FTMDave wrote a review Sep 2020
Adria, Italy4,246 contributions341 helpful votes
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The old Jewish quarter of Seville, full of fascinating nooks and crannies. It's easy to walk down what seems to be a tunnel and find yourself in a a square with a convent or a palace.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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YubaPrincess wrote a review May 2020
London, United Kingdom640 contributions208 helpful votes
This district is where most of the historical sights such as the Reales Alcazares are located. Thus, many retail shops, restaurants and bars abound; making this touristy and vibrant. Many old buildings/houses were repurposed as boutique hotels; one of the advantages choosing accommodations in this area is the tranquil evenings.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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