30 €

Seville Heritage guided Tour through Las Setas, Macarena, Casa Dueñas 2024

3H Seville Walking Tour English, Spanish

Seville Heritage guided Tour through Las Setas, Macarena, Casa Dueñas - 2024

Explore the vibrant Macarena neighborhood and its rich heritage on this guided walking tour.

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30 €
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Visit Seville: Las Setas, Macarena, Casa Dueñas.

Seville Walking Heritage Tour through Seville with an expert guide

A perfect route through Seville and little known: The route of the Cardo Máximo. This route aims to showcase and celebrate the Renaissance heritageThe Baroque and Gothic-Mudejar styles of Seville, with its palaces, churches and monasteries, are undoubtedly of great importance for religion in Seville during the Baroque period of the 17th century, which became an important part of the city's history. urban monastic cityand the diversity and richness of the monuments and the Renaissance and Gothic-Mudejar art. monuments and art of the Renaissance and Gothic-Mudejar periods.

This guided walking tour will take you through the streets of this vibrant neighborhood and show you its breathtaking views, colorful buildings and historic sites. You will visit some of the most important churches in Seville.

Stops on the Cardo Máximo Route:

  • Santa Clara Convent
  • Church of Santa Isabel
  • Omnium Sanctorum Church
  • Palace of the Marqueses de la Algaba
  • Santa Marina Church
  • Santa Catalina Church
  • Church of San Luis de los Franceses
  • St. Mark's Church
  • Basilica de la Macarena with guided tour
  • San Roman Church
  • Palacio de Dueñas with guided tour

The itinerary may vary depending on changes in the opening hours and days of the monuments.

Explore Seville: Las Setas, Macarena, Casa Dueñas. This tour celebrates Seville’s Renaissance, Baroque, and Gothic-Mudejar heritage with palaces, churches, and monasteries. Discover the city’s monastic urban history and impressive monuments on this guided walking tour.

Cardo Máximo Route Stops:

  • Convento Santa Clara
  • Iglesia de Santa Isabel
  • Iglesia Omnium Sanctorum
  • Palacio de los Marqueses de la Algaba
  • Iglesia de Santa Marina
  • Iglesia de Santa Catalina
  • Iglesia de San Luis de los Franceses
  • Iglesia de San Marcos
  • Basílica de la Macarena with guided tour
  • Iglesia de San Román
  • Palacio de Dueñas with guided tour

The itinerary may vary depending on the changes in schedules and opening days of the monuments.

  • Included/Not included

     Seville Walking Tour 
     English, Spanish 
    • Outdoor walking route through Seville.
    • Visit Renaissance Seville.
    • Visit inside Macarena churches.
    • Audio guide.
    • Hotel pick up.
    • Drinks or meals.
  • Availability and Prices

    Check the prices of the visit and the availability of hours and days according to the time of year in our reservation calendar.

    39,00 €
    30,00 €

  • Meeting point monumental visit to Seville

    Please, check the voucher you will receive for the details and specific instructions about this activity.

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    Rutas por Sevilla - Seville Walking Heritage Tour | Setas, Macarena, Casa Dueñas
    Rutas por Sevilla - Seville Walking Heritage Tour | Setas, Macarena, Casa Dueñas

    What To Expect

    Highlights of this route through Seville

    • We will walk along Feria Street to reach the Church of San Juan de la Palma, a well-known and very emblematic place in the city. We will make a stop at the Palace of the Marquises of Algaba and the Church of Omnium Sanctorum, representations of the Mudejar past of the city during its growth in the Middle Ages.
    • We will cross the Macarena neighborhood to reach its Basilica, the occasion to see the most famous Virgin of the city, the city wall and one of the last medieval gates of the hispalis population.
    • Alternating history and legend, we will learn the secrets and intrahistory of the place.
    • The route will continue through the old Cardo Máximo of the city, San Luis Street, where we will cross the Plaza del Pumarejo until we reach the Mudejar church of Santa Marina and the curiosities surrounding the temple and its surroundings.
    • From there, we will continue to the neighboring church of San Luis de los Franceses, a baroque jewel of Seville, also located on this famous street. We also contemplate its sumptuous embossed interior as we walk through its rooms.
    • After the visit to the church, we went to the church of San Marcos and contemplated the charming surroundings. The route allows us to return to the city center.
    • At the end of this tour, we will arrive at the Palacio de Dueñas, where we will culminate our visit inside the palace, where we will walk through its gardens and all its different rooms.

    Route through the convents and churches of Seville

    The route of the Cardo Maximus has been identified as the road that connected the north and south of the city in the Roman division of the city, and that coincides exactly with the part of Seville that we want to explore and where many churches of Seville are located.

    This urban concept is based on the orthogonal layout of its streets, forming a symmetrical grid between the northwest-southeast and southwest-northeast roads. From this network of streets, the two main axes of the city stand out: cardo maxima and decumana maxima.

    You will see the famous Puerta de la Macarena

    Located in front of the Basilica de la Macarena. The present arch dates back to the 16th century, when it was converted into a freight corridor and given a monumental appearance. A monumental appearance.

    In addition to being exceptionally axe-free, it is curious that it is also... In the nineteenth century, it has several distinctive features, such as its name, has always been Its name has always been Macarena, even in Muslim times (Bab-al-Makrina). On the other hand, it is the door through which several Spanish kings and queens have passed.

    In addition, there are five tombstones embedded in the door. and, above the arch, a magnificent plaque depicting Esperanza Macarena, the famous Macarena, by the renowned Manuel Rodriguez y Perez de Tudela.

  • Languages

    English, Spanish

  • Accessibility & Tips


    • Ask about accessibility rules before the tour if necessary.


    • Crowds are avoided and the rules of the monuments must be respected.
    • Although we minimize waiting times and enjoy a preferential queue, on busy days or in high/semi-high season, it is necessary to be patient and follow the rules of organization.
  • FAQS : Maximum Thistle Route

    The answers to the most frequently asked questions

    What is Baroque and Gothic-Mudejar architecture?

    Baroque and Gothic-Mudejar architecture are two architectural styles that were popular in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries. Baroque is a style of architecture that developed from the Italian Renaissance in the mid-16th century. It was characterized by ornamentation, exuberant decoration and theatricality. Gothic-Mudejar is a style of architecture that developed from Gothic architecture and Mudejar art during the 16th century in Spain and Portugal.

    Is the cathedral the largest temple in the world?

    The Cathedral of Seville is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and the third most important after St. Peter's in the Vatican and St. Paul's in London.

    The wooden crocodile of the Seville Cathedral

    On the ceiling of one of the naves of the Patio de los Naranjos hang four strange objects. The most famous of these is a wooden crocodile. The others are: a walking stick, an elephant tusk and a horse bit.

    How many churches are there in Seville?

    In Seville there are more than 100 churches. The city's architecture is marked by its numerous churches, which were built in various styles in the 15th century. There are about 100 churches in Seville, some dating back to the 15th century. These include Gothic and Renaissance styles, as well as Mudejar architecture.

    Who built the first church in Seville?

    The first church in Seville was built by the Visigoths, and was called the Church of San Vicente. The Visigoths were a Germanic tribe that arrived in Iberia around 400 AD. They conquered the Roman province of Hispania and founded a kingdom that they ruled for more than three centuries. They made Seville their capital and built churches in honor of their pagan gods. The first church in Seville was built by the Visigoths, and was called the Church of San Vicente.

  • Cancellation policy

    • Moderate cancellation policy.
    • The refund of the price of the monuments tickets will not be granted in case of cancellation of the visit.
    • Cancellations made 48 hours before the start of the activity will be refunded 100%.
    • Cancellations made between 48 and 24 hours before the start of the activity, 50% refund.
    • Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the start of the activity will not be refunded.

    Rules & Restrictions

    • Late arrivals will not be reimbursed . If the group is complete, the visit will begin waiting for a time acceptable to those who are delayed (about 5 / 7mn).


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