Complete Guide of Seville Monuments. Hours and Prices

Complete Guide of Seville Monuments. Hours and Prices

Check out our updated list of OPENING HOURS, PRICES and FREE ENTRANCE to the main tourist attractions, monuments and museums in Seville! MONUMENTS OPENING HOURS PRICES OBSERVATIONS 1. CATEDRAL DE SEVILLA Y LA GIRALDA Catedral de Sevilla Web Monday: 11:00 a.m. to 15:30 p.m.Tuesday to Saturday: 11:00 a.m. to … READ MORE

DISCOVER SEVILLE: Best Travel Tips from Seebybike

DISCOVER SEVILLE: Best Travel Tips from Seebybike

Discover Seville with the BEST TRAVEL TIPS from SEEBYBIKE! “Nowhere is as quintessentially Spanish as Seville” says the Lonely Planet and we totally agree.        Chosen as the Best city to visit in 2018 in the Lonely Planet annual Best in Travel ranking among thousands of … READ MORE

Bike Route I: Top Monuments of Seville (what you can’t miss)

Bike Route I: Top Monuments of Seville (what you can’t miss)

Welcome to beautiful to Seville! A city full of colors, long summer nights and a cheerful atmosphere. Maybe you’ve already made a bit of sense about Seville before your trip, read about it in guidebooks or searched the internet. Often emblematic places or monuments are highlighted, … READ MORE

ITÁLICA

ITÁLICA

Italica was founded in 206 BC by the great Roman general Publius Cornelius Scipio (the Africanus) to settle his victorious veterans from the Second Punic Wars against Hannibal and the Carthaginians, and close enough to the Guadalquivir to control the area. The name Italica reflected the veterans’ Italian … READ MORE

Torre del Oro

Torre del Oro

Hey Seebybikers!! We all know that Sevilla has a lot of interesting buildings but this one might be one of our favorites: Torre del Oro.     Yesterday we sent our trainees Liam and Craig to visit it in the morning (remember the visit is … READ MORE

Tobacco Factory

Tobacco Factory

The Royal Tobacco Factory of Seville was the most important industrial building of Spain during the XVIII Century and it was the first Tobacco Factory in Europe. When in 1492 the Spanish “discovered” America, they also “discovered” the tobacco plant and they decided to bring … READ MORE