Create your own itinerary during your stay in Seville on this hop-on hop-off accessible bus tour. Come to discover Seville’s highlights at this bus that, in addition, includes audio commentary to learn more about this cultural and historical city. You can purchase either a 24h or 48h limitless ticket to enjoy this accessible bus tour in Seville.
The route has 14 stops to hop-on and hop-off whenever you want and 33 points of interest. The first stop is Plaza Colón, next to Torre del Oro, a mandatory stop appreciate Seville’s beauty. The architectural ensembles on this city are awesome, you can hop-off to see them on Plaza de España or Plaza de América. Then hop-on again to enjoy Triana, Seville’s most emblematic neighborhood, we recommend you to take a stroll along its streets. The route continues to Macarena, where you can see the Medieval Wall remains and, besides, is an excellent gastronomy area. The stop Torre de los Perdigones is a fantastic viewpoint to see the Guadalquivir river and the city. Alameda del Hércules is a quarter from the 16th Century with Roman columns. At Plaza del Duque you can visit the Arts Museum, the second most important art gallery in Spain.
On this tour, there are also stops to enjoy cultural activities such as visiting Seville’s Aquarium or “Magic Island”, an aquatic park. This tour is a fantastic experience to enjoy Seville as you wish.
The bus is wheel chair accessible, the space is 70cm wide x 120cm de long x 135cm tall.
Meeting point: Hotel or cruise pick-up
Starting time: Flexible
Duration: 1 Hour
Optional door-to-door accessible transportation can be arranged from Seville.
No penalty if cancelling at least 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
50 percent fee if you cancel between 7 and 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
100 percent fee if you cancel within 7 day(s) of the scheduled departure
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