Guadalquivir River Cruise in Seville

Overview

See Seville from a different perspective while cruising down the Guadalquivir River on a private boat. You'll savor some Spanish delicacies and sip on wine or sherry as you pass notable landmarks, like the Plaza de España and the Plaza de Toros, Seville's famous bullring. 

This section of the Guadalquivir River twists through the center of Seville and has played a leading role in many of the city's historic moments. For example, Ferdinand Magellan sailed with his ships from Seville on the first trip around the world in 1519. The river also supports other communities in the country, as it runs from a paradise-like national park in the eastern part of Spain, passing through countless historic towns with Moorish past, green olive groves, ancient mosques, and castles, until it joins the Atlantic ocean just a few miles away from Seville. 

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Itineraries with Guadalquivir River Cruise in Seville

Seville, Madrid & Barcelona - 10 Days

This 10-day itinerary combines Spain's three most exciting cities with a nice mix of private tours and free time. Kick-off in Seville where you'll experience the beautiful historic center and up-and-coming Triana district. Next, train to Madrid—with a stop in Córdoba—and stroll through the elegant streets and world-famous Prado Museum. Finish in cosmopolitan Barcelona for Mediterranean beaches and Gaudí highlights.

City Highlights Tour: Madrid, Seville, Granada & Barcelona - 9 Days

Explore Spain's lively cities and vibrant culture, starting with a gourmet food tour in Madrid and a flamenco show in Seville. Stop in Córdoba to tour the Mezquita, then discover Granada's most popular site, the Alhambra and Generalife Gardens. Meander the historic district of Albaicín with a personal photographer before ending the trip in Barcelona by touring the works of Gaudí and enjoying a day trip.

Discover Spain, North to South - 18 Days

Discover the highlights of Spain's cities and nature on this tour, starting in Picos de Europa National Park near Bilbao, and heading into Madrid via the UNESCO city of Segovia with its ancient Roman aqueduct. Visit the region of Andalucía, exploring the cities of Granada, Seville, and Ronda, plus hiking the Caminito del Rey, exploring the white villages, and enjoying an optional beach day. End your trip on the island of Mallorca, discovering its historic inland villages and coastal harbors, as well as its caves, mountains, and wineries.