Visit 2 of the Sevilla's World Heritage Monuments
The Cathedral of Seville or also called Santa María de la Sede is the largest cathedral in the world. Gothic in style and declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1987 along with other monuments in the Andalusian capital. The construction was carried out in the space occupied by the demolished aljama mosque in the city, whose minaret (current Giralda) and patio (Patio de los Naranjos) are still preserved.
Regarding to the Royal Alcazar, It is a walled palatial complex built in different historical stages (medieval times, Islamic art, Mudejar art, Gothic, Renaissance or Baroque).
It is also the residence of the members of the Spanish Royal Family when they visit Seville, which makes it the oldest royal palace in Europe, also being declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987 along with other monuments in the Andalusian capital.
- Cancellation policy:
1. Cancellation fees of 50.0% apply from the moment of the reservation until 16 days before the visit.
2. Cancellation fees of 100.0% apply from 15 days before the day of the visit until the beginning of the tour.