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Excursiones desde Sevilla

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Excursiones desde Sevilla
El impresionante legado árabe de Andalucía alcanza su máxima cota en las maravillosas ciudades de Córdoba y Granada, lugar donde se encuentra la Alhambra. Visita Jerez para probar el mejor vino de jerez y ver los caballos bailando, y Doñana, un parque nac
Bueno para: Familias, Grupos, Personas mayores, Individuos
Estaciones: Primavera, Verano, Otoño, Invierno
 
Parque Nacional de Doñana
Parque Nacional de Doñana

Recorrido oficial por el interior del Parque Nacional de Doñana. Se visitan todos sus ecosistemas: Playas, dunas móviles, marismas, bosques, matorral mediterraneo

Tarifa: Sí      Duración de la visita: Más de 3 horas
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Córdoba
Córdoba

Córdoba fue la principal ciudad del mundo occidental, la mayor metrópolis del oeste de Constantinopla y la sede de la primera universidad de Europa. En la actualidad, tiene un centro comercial moderno, pero a la mayoría de los viajeros les encanta pasear por las antiguas calles empedradas de la ciudad y mirar a través de las puertas para ver flores frescas y hermosas fuentes de teselas.

Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera

Southwest of Seville, Jerez is a well-heeled place. It’s the home of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and its famous dancing horses; if you’re on a budget or can’t be there for a formal performance, it’s worth dropping in to catch a morning training session. The other major reason to visit Jerez is to sample its most famous product—sherry. You can do this at a number of... Más

Southwest of Seville, Jerez is a well-heeled place. It’s the home of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and its famous dancing horses; if you’re on a budget or can’t be there for a formal performance, it’s worth dropping in to catch a morning training session. The other major reason to visit Jerez is to sample its most famous product—sherry. You can do this at a number of bodegas associated with the world’s best-known brands, including Bodegas Tio Pepe, The House of Sandeman, Jerez, and Pedro Domecq. They’ll soon have you knowing your amontillado from your oloroso. There’s also an Alcázar, dating back to the time of the Almohads, which features a small mosque, now the chapel of Santa María Real. Menos

Provincia de Granada
Provincia de Granada

There’s an Arabic inscription that captures the essence of Granada in a few words: “There is nothing so sad as to be blind in Granada.” The perspicacity of this declaration becomes obvious as soon as you penetrate the austere walls of the Alhambra and take in the full majesty of the architecture, carvings and fountains of the Nasrid palaces. Your ticket (which should be bought well in... Más

There’s an Arabic inscription that captures the essence of Granada in a few words: “There is nothing so sad as to be blind in Granada.” The perspicacity of this declaration becomes obvious as soon as you penetrate the austere walls of the Alhambra and take in the full majesty of the architecture, carvings and fountains of the Nasrid palaces. Your ticket (which should be bought well in advance following the instructions on the attraction’s website) also affords entry to the Renaissance Palace of Carlos V and to the exquisite gardens of the Generalife. If you are celebrating a special event, or are in the market for a splurge, you can stay in the lovely Parador, right on site. Make your way down into the city via the atmospheric old quarter of the Albaicin, with its tiny craft shops and restaurants, and head for the Cathedral and Royal Chapel. Also plan a visit to the crypt for the tombs of Ferdinand and Isabella, the instigators of Spain’s imperial adventures to the New World and beyond. It’s worth making the short journey out of town to visit the Monasterio Cartuja, a fabulous Carthusian monastery in the baroque style. Admirers of the poet Lorca should make the effort to visit the Casa-Museo Federico Garcia Lorca in Fuente Vaqueros, about 11 miles from the city centre. Menos

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