Adalucia Tours and Discovery
Calle Santas Patronas, 29 Sevilla, Sevilla 41001
Phone: +34 635 955 554

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30 Apr 2017

Hier volgt een getuigenis van de vader van een van onze stagiairs. De stagiair in kwestie had zijn vader overtuigd om een Countryside tour te doen, waarbij hij mee mocht gaan. Op voorwaarde dat hij foto’s nam.

(De getuigenis is authentiek, op een paar aanpassingen na. Puur om de leesbaarheid te verhogen:)

We begonnen de dag met het kennismaken van onze tochtgenoten en het afstellen van de fietsen. Onze tochtgenoten was een leuk koppel die ook Nederlands sprak. Super. Vervolgens sprongen we in het busje. Daarna...

24 Apr 2017

Now Semana Santa is over, we have the Feria de Abril or Seville April Fair as we foreigners tend to call it. Officially the Fair starts at midnight on the Monday which falls two weeks after Semana Santa and ending the following Sunday at midnight with a big and spectacular firework.

Are you in Seville during the Fair? Well, here are some facts and tips for you.

Some facts:

yesDid you know that the...

17 Apr 2017

Feria Fashion for Men - banner: traje de corto wearing horse riders with girls with flamenco dresses on the back of their horses

So you want to go Feria de Abril? Great idea, it is the best festival of Seville! Let’s break down our top tips on how to dress for the Feria so you won’t look like a tourist. It’s best that you experience the Feria like a local every day of the festival with style tips and insights of locals!

Spring has finally sprung. Here in Seville that means two things: girls are going to start to wear beautiful summer clothes and...

10 Apr 2017

We all know Sevilla is famous for his tapas which are really cheap. However, there are so many things to do in this beautiful city. So, I have put together a list of free things to do in Seville.

1. Churches

Not so religious? Well, Seville’s churches and chapels are worth to visit it. Some of the churches are nice decorated and at the inside, the churches are an art of themselves. The most impressive church in Seville is the ...

28 Mar 2017

Are you on a city trip in Seville and you have no idea where to eat or to drink? Here you have a list with 4 culinary addresses where you can eat and drink very delicious during your stay in Seville.                                                                     

1. La Chalá

La...

21 Mar 2017

As a company that offers guided bike tours in multiple languages, we have worked with a lot of guides. We have worked with locals as well as Erasmus students trying to earn a bit extra. Over the years we have seen what works and what doesn’t work. Although a lot comes down to intuition and so called fingerspitzengefühl, the guides do have to meet a certain requirement.

Here’s a list to help you filter out bad guides when you are hiring a new one.

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Imagine this: you are going...

13 Mar 2017

When you are in Seville, you must visit ‘Plaza del Museo’. It is a nice square with beautiful nature. If you love calmness and quietness, go to Plaza del Museo.

Did you know there is a little market of artist on Sunday? Well, now you know! It’s the day where artists of all...

06 Mar 2017

The Spanish people are known to be very religious. This stereotype dates back from the 15th century when to the last Islamic state fell in Iberia at Granada. Thus ending the Reconquista, or the reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula that spanned 700 years. The Spanish Inquisition, the backdrop of the Assassin’s Creed movie, is equally responsible for the more than 115 churches in Sevilla and the very high Catholique population.

This is good news. You could easily spend a day looking for church...

27 Feb 2017

Tomorrow is D-Day! The Day of Andalusia or “The Día de Andalucía” is celebrated February 28. It is a big day in Andalusia and they celebrating it really hard!

 

 Did you know many people in the cities of Andalusia decorate their balconies with  the flag of Andalusia? On that day...

20 Feb 2017

Between the big medieval wall of Seville and the sandy shores of the river Guadalquivir once lied the industrious port of Seville. Since then the sands of time have eroded the shores making the once world renowned port obsolete. Nowadays the palm-lined shores is home to the neighbourhood known as El Arenal, which we are going to explore in this tour.

Across the street from the Mercado del Arenal

The tour starts at the old neighbourhood market: Mercado del Arenal. The market was created in 1947 to serve as a market for a fruit and vegetable storage, a grocery market for the neighborhood, and housing for municipal officials.Yet this market has a...

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