Discover Seville by bike on this private tour. The visit will begin in the area of El Arenal, the Old Port of the Indies. From there, we will pedal to the Golden Tower area. From there, we will follow the course of the Guadalquivir until we reach Plaza de América in the Parque de María Luisa, where we will discover the three magnificent buildings that make it up: the Royal Palace, the Museum of Popular Arts and Popular Customs and the Archaeological Museum.

Later, we will visit the Maria Luisa Park, one of the places where the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 took place. Haremos un bonito paseo para llegar hasta la espectacular Plaza de España. Pride of the sevillians, this square is one of the most visited places in the city. To continue with the visit we will return to the Arenal area, discovering buildings such as some pavilions of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, as well as the San Telmo Palace, the Hotel Alfonso XIII or the Former Royal Tobbaco Factory, current headquarters of the University of Seville.

MEETING POINT You choose (any point of the historic center).
TIMETABLE You choose (within the opening hours of both monuments).
FORMAT OF TOUR Private tour: fixed price for groups up to 30 people (more numerous groups: necessary second guide).
Official Guide
Guided tour by bicycle
Pick up at hotel or apartment
Other expenses that the client makes during the tour

Do not miss Seville by bike, a great way to get to know the history and the most interesting areas of the city. Private visit with official guide of Andalusia. Book your tour and immerse yourself in the history of this wonderful city.


Meeting Point

You can choose any point of the historical center, for example:
  • Your hotel or apartment.
  • Lyion Door of the Royal Alcázar (Puerta del León)
  • Under the Giralda (Plaza Virgen de los Reyes)

Royal Alcázar

Guided tour inside the Reales Alcázares.

Gardens of the Royal Alcázar

Walk through the Gardens of the Royal Alcázar

Cathedral of Seville

Guided tour inside the Cathedral of Seville

Rise to the Giralda


End of the tour