Welcome to Seville! We would like to give you the perfect start of your visit: Join us on our Daily Bike Tour! In the next 3 hours, we will discover together the most iconic monuments, neighbourhoods and most representative points of the city and its history, legends, culture and lifestyle. During our easy bike ride we would like to give you a perfect overview of Seville and you will learn about the history and legends, which will bring the past of Seville to life, as well as the present culture and lifestyle.
Of course, there will be enough time to take pictures and your local guide will be happy to answer any questions you may have and inform you about places to go like restaurants and flamenco, so you can enjoy the most of your stay in Seville. On a bike tour you get to see more in less time and by cruising the city on two wheels, you will feel like a real local!
What cycling skill level do I need for this tour?
While all our tours maintain a leisurely pace, we want our guests to have fun and be safe, so being able to ride a bike is paramount.
When do I have to arrive at the meetingpoint?
Check-in 10min before the tour starts.
Are you travelling with children?
If applicable, please provide the age/s of the children (in order to allocate the correct sized bike/s)
Availability: Every day
Duration: 3 hours.
Meeting Point: Seebybike Shop Mercado del Arenal (inside the market) Calle Pastor y Landero 4, Stand #48.
Included: Bike, guide, insurance, map and water.
Languages: English, Spanish and French.
Telephone: +34 625276222
For all ages.
Limited places: check availability
Discount on bike rental after the Daily Bike tour:
We also have a special offer for you: After joining our Daily Bike Tour you can rent the bike for the rest of the day until we close for only 5€ (50% discount on the normal price). After getting a great overview of the city during our tour, now you can discover Seville on your own – it’s just the perfect day! The process is very easy, just ask at the reception for more information!
What will we see?
Palace of San Telmo
Plaza de España
María Luisa Park
Torre del Oro
And much more!