Enjoy a sightseeing tour through the heart Seville that encapsulates all of the city's major landmarks both ancient and modern. The official 'Tour Por Sevilla' buses ply two fascinating routes each with their own unique theme.
The red 'Monuments' route takes in the legacy of Seville's Golden Age, the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, and Expo '92. The blue 'Romantic' route has fewer hop-on hop-off stops but focuses heavily on the full Expo '29 site, as well as architectural icons including Plaza de España and Plaza de Toros.
Join the bus tour at Torre del Oro and discover your slice of Sevilla.
All Year Round, Daily.
Digital Audio: English, Spanish, French, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Dutch, Swedish and Russian.
*Once you present your ticket voucher you can start the tour from any stop.
Both Routes: 1 Hour 30 Minutes.
Seville Red 'Monuments' Bus Tour Route:
This route provides an essential overview of new and old Seville. Landmarks such as the Walls of Seville, the Hospital of the Five Holy Wounds and the Basilica del Cachorro provide glimpses into a era of conquest, international trade and cultural blossoming. You'll also travel through various sites associated with the World Expo of 1992. Look out for Seville Bioclimatic Sphere, Alamillo Bridge, and ride across the Puente de la Barqueta (Bridge of the Boatship).
Other interesting stops include Isla Mágica Theme Park, Hercules Mall for its shopping and nightlife venues, and the Royal Tobacco Factory, a building that served as the headquarters of Spain's 18th century tobacco manufacturers.
Seville Blue 'Romantic' Bus Tour Route:
On this tour route you'll experience the legacy of the 1929 World's Fair, a grand event that transformed Seville over the course of almost two decades. Some of the city's most iconic landmarks can be traced to this epochal exposition, namely, the sweeping Plaza de España and institutions such as the Archaeological Museum of Seville. It was also the period during which the city was extensively modernised.
Maria Luisa Park features prominently on the tour route, as it was the site of many of the fair's showcase exhibitions. You'll also ride past many of the Latin American pavilions which continue to feature various historical, cultural and agricultural exhibitions to this day.
Seville Red 'Monuments' Route Sights & Bus Stops:
1, Torre del Oro (Hop-on Hop-off)
2, Palace of San Telmo
3, Lope de Vega Theatre
4, Casino de la Exposición
5, Casino de la Exposición
6, Plaza de España (Hop-on Hop-off)
7, Royal Pavillion
8, Archeological Museum of Seville
9, Mexico Pavilion
10, Morocco Pavilion
11, Columbia Pavilion
12, Argentina Pavilion
13, Guatemala Pavilion
14, Monument to Simon Bolivar
15, Costurero de la Reina
16, Portugal Pavilion
17, Monument to El Cid
18, Fountain of the Four Seasons
19, Royal Tobacco Factory (Hop-on Hop-off)
20, Hotel Alfonso XIII
21, San Telmo Bridge
22, Plaza de Cuba
23, T. San Vicente de Paul
24, Ermita La Ercarnación
25, G. Escolar San Jacinto
26, Corral Herrera. 1909
27, Church of San Jacinto (Hop-on Hop-off)
28, Chapel of the Star
29, Basilica del Cachorro (Hop-on Hop-off)
30, Torre Triana
31, Seville World Trade Center
32, Discovery Park Seville (Hop-on Hop-off)
33, Monastery of Santa Maria de las Cuevas
34, Morocco Pavilion
35, Seville Bioclimatic Sphere
36, Isla Mágica Theme Park (Hop-on Hop-off)
37, Energy Pavilion
38, Bridge of the Boatship
39, Alamillo Bridge
40, Tower of Don Fadrique
41, Hercules Mall (Hop-on Hop-off)
42, Hospital of the Five Holy Wounds (Hop-on Hop-off)
Please print off the ticket voucher you receive from this site and take it to the main bus stop at Torro del Oro. Bus Turistico Seville staff (green buses) will exchange it for passes which you can use to ride the buses for 48-hours.