Seville walking tour and Horse-drawn Carriage (1/2 Day)
This tour in a horse-drawn carriage will allow you to experience the cheerful character of Seville. Accompanied by an expert guide, you will discover, just before sunset, the romantic gardens of María Luisa Park, a collection of pavilions and buildings of regionalist architecture built for the Iberian-American Exposition of 1929. Passing the majestic banks of the Guadalquivir River, you can admire the elegant Torre de Oro, built in the 12th century by the Moorish military architects to protect the prosperous port of Seville. You can also go through the Casa de la Lonja, which today houses the Archivo de Indias, a reminder of the "golden age" of Seville when the city had a monopoly of trade with the New World.
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