We will discover the most emblematic monumements of Seville by minibús: the University, the Old
Tobacco Factory scene of the story of Carmen, Bizet's famous character.
We will then see the Plaza de España, the centerpiece of the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition followed by the famous building known as the Queen Sewing box “El Costurero de la Reina”, San Telmo Palace and Triananeighbourhood.
We will continue with a lovely where you can take advantage of this new perspective to view the city. On board we can see first hand the untouched sides of the Golden Tower, the famous calle Betis, the Bullring, Triana bridge - the oldest in the city, designed by none other than Gustav Eiffel himself and the more modern bridges and the Pavilions, built during the 1992 Exposition.
Close by also we'll see the famous Cartuja’s Island and its Monastery where Cristopher Colombuslived for some years.