Private Tour Triana+Bullfight Ring
Seville has been the largest city of Castile for over 5 centuries, and then the main incoming harbor of all the goods shipped from the "new world", and also in the same time the headquarter of the Holy Inquisition. The Bullfight Arena of Sevilla is the second Oldest in the world and second for number of visitors after Madrid.Our expert guides "city lovers" will give you the best service.Triana is the neighborhood across the River, where most of the minorities expelled by the Inquisition sheltered and stayed for centuries, mostly the Gipsies.Triana's name has two possible explanations, and Flamenco's name has 4 possible ones! Discover it with our expert guides! We ll learn about the relationship between Gipsies, Flamenco, Inquisition and Bullfight, and we ll visit the Old Courthouse and Jail of the Inquisition and the Bullfight Arena, located in the area called "Arenal". Included:Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off3 hours Private guided tourExpert multilingual guideVIP entrance into the Bullfight ArenaLots of stories and explanations inside the monument and throughout Triana and the Arenal areaNo queuesSmall group: max 6 peopleNot included:Tips to the guide (not mandatory)Food or drinksExtrasLanguages Available:English, Español, Italiano, Portugués, Française, DeutschAdditional information:Please write correctly your email address while making the bookingYou will receive an automatic email: please print it or show it in your smartphone to the guideDifficulty level: average. You' ll need comfortable shoes and good mobilityFor bigger groups (6+ people) the extra price is 21€ p.p. (for the tour)+ 10€ p.p. (entrance fees)Our Private Tours are exclusive and can also be arranged Tailor-Made.They are the best way to enjoy Sevilla!Prices:Total price for the group: 125 €Extra for extrance fees: 10 € p.p.Babies (0-5 yrs): FREE
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