A route through Seville of the medieval churches.
This is a different tour through one of the areas that best helps us understand medieval Seville, south of Macarena, between Feria and San Luis streets. Lasting approximately one hour, the visit starts from the city walls and passes through some of the most outstanding examples of Sevillian Mudejar art, such as the churches of Omnium Sanctorum, Santa Marina or San Marcos, as well as the Palace of the Marquises. of the Algaba.
We will learn not only about these monuments, but also about the particular historical moment in which they have their context: that of a recently conquered city in which Muslim and Christian artistic trends begin to merge. On the way, we will also stop at some of the city's monumental landmarks that are in the area, such as the Basilica of the Macarena or San Luis de los Franceses.
The guided tour lasts approximately 1h 30m.
You can cancel the visit up to 24 hours in advance and we will refund your amount.
The proposed meeting point for this visit is the Palacio de los Marqueses de la Algaba (see on Google Maps). If you prefer a different meeting point, you can get in touch and propose it.