Visit Seville from a unique position and enjoy privileged views: those that can be seen from the Guadalquivir river, large ancient river that go through Andalusia with over 700 km of length and connects the capital, Seville, with the Atlantic Ocean. In fact its current name come from the Arabic “al-Wadi al-Kibir”, translated into our language as “big river”.
We will begin a lovely river boat trip along the Guadalquivir where you will enjoy with the beauty of the views of the city. On board we can see first-hand the untouched sides of the Golden Tower, the famous Betis street, 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 Isla de la Cartuja and its Monastery where Christopher Columbus lived for some years. The tour will be commented in these languages: Spanish, English, French, Portuguese, German and Italian with the commentaries offered through a digital headphones audio system.