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“We are a family of five with 2 teenagers and a 6 year old, who doesn't speak English or Spanish, but Cecilia easily made everyone most comfortable and immediately adapted her tour to meet all our individual needs...”
“We went on the free walking tour of Seville with White Umbrella and enjoyed it so much, signed up for the Jewish Quarter tour a couple of days later.”
I know my city perfectly, because I was born and have lived during my childhood and youth in the center of Seville. In addition, I studied History of Art at the University of Seville and therefore I offer a more...read more
“Jose was such a knowledgeable and engaging guide and he made the tour very interesting and fun! He’s always happy to answer any questions about Seville and the tapas at the end of the tour gave me chance to intera...”
“Three of us had an excellent personal tour with Victor of Macarena Tours through the Jewish Quarter or Seville and La Plaza de Espana.”
You will learn numerous details of Seville that you do not find in conventional visits, with the influence of the Jewish people and the coexistence with other communities such as Muslim and Christian. It is a...read more
When you are walking through the Santa Cruz, historic Jewish Quarter you’ll discover Sevilla's history. By visiting the whitewashed buildings and some of the city’s most popular sights in barrio including Giralda,...read more
Santa Cruz is one of the most emblematic neighborhoods in Seville and probably the one that has best preserved the medieval air of the city, populated with narrow streets and squares. On this route, we will learn...read more
Once the city with the second largest population of Jew in the middle age, Seville is not only the place where the destruction of Spanish Jewry began in 1391 but also where they settled back in 1860.Your expert...read more