You want to hear about the history. You want to know where the people come from. You deserve to discover the insights through a great experience.
A tour through the cities of Andalusia goes beyond the different shades of history that mark its architecture and culture.
Seville has a rich and fascinating history, starting back to VIII BC, there are so many things to unfold like you unwrap presents on a birthday party.
This is a hustling and bustling big city, but its old town center is quaint and charming. Seville is not only the fourth largest city in Spain, it is also one of the hottest in Europe.
Many of the major sites in walking distance of the city center, so you can ditch the car and explore on foot. Here are some recommendations to get you started.
- The UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES: ALCÁZAR, CATHEDRAL AND INDIAN’S GENERAL ARCHIVE.
- The JEWISH HISTORY.
- The WORLD EXPO 1929.
- BOATS, PORT AND SAILORS.
- The FLAMENCO.
- Our FOOD AND WINE.
- Our CERAMIC.
What do you really feel like doing? What does it really move your interest? Contact me and I will help you to explore Seville!
The origins of Cordoba are lost in the mists of time. The conquest of Cordoba by the Romans in the 2nd century B.C. ushered in what would prove to be, together with the period of Moslem rule known as the Caliphate, the most splendid period of Cordoba history.
With 329.000 habitants is the third biggest city of Andalusia, really worth it to expend a day on exploring its streets and monuments.
The visit could include:
- The UNESCO world Heritage “Mosque-Cathedral”.
- The Alcazar or Castle of the Christian Monarchs.
- The Synagogue.
- The towers.
- The gates.
- The food
- The squares…
What do you really feel like doing? What does it really move your interest? Contact me and I will help you to explore Córdoba!
Tartessos and Phoenicians visited more than 3000 years ago, building the former Gadir and turning it into the capital of the province most ancient of the West.
Situated on a narrow slice of land surrounded by the sea‚ Cádiz is, in most respects, a typically Andalusian city with a wealth of attractive locations and well-preserved historical landmarks.
Among the many landmarks of historical and scenic interest in Cádiz, a few stand out. The old town is characterized by narrow streets connecting squares, bordered by the sea and by the city walls. Most of the landmark buildings are situated in the plazas.
Not to miss there we have:
- The Cathedral square and The Cathedral.
- The Old Town Hall and San Juan de Dios square.
- The Old City Market.
- The Populo Neighborhood.
- The City walls and fortifications.
- Our city beaches.
- The local traditions.
What do you really feel like doing? What does it really move your interest? Contact me and I will help you to explore Cádiz!
JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA
Located midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Cádiz Mountains, it is the fifth largest city in Andalusia.
Traces of human presence in the area date from the upper Neolithic but the first major protohistoric settlement in the area (around the third millennium BC) is attributed to the Tartessians.
Currently, there are many cattle ranches and horse-breeding operations, as well as a world-renowned wine industry!
What to do there:
- The Cathedral.
- The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.
- One main winery.
- The Artistic Historic Complex.
What do you really feel like doing? What does it really move your interest? Contact me and I will help you to explore Jerez de la Frontera!
Located along the Gulf of Cádiz coast, at the confluence of the Odiel and Tinto rivers, the city has been inhabited since 3000 BC.
Its historical importance was linked to its mines, always the center of its economy and the reason of its development. But a visit to this city couldn’t miss the Columbus sites too, not only around the city center, but also in the closer villages.
Our recommendations would include:
- The San Pedro church.
- The Victorian Workers Neighborhood.
- The Carmen Food Market.
- The Monja’s square.
- The port.
- “La Rabida” Monastery (located in Palos de la Frontera)
- The old mines (located in Minas de Riotinto).
What do you really feel like doing? What does it really move your interest? Contact me and I will help you to explore Huelva!
One of Spain’s most frequently visited tourist centers, Granada contains many notable architectural and artistic monuments.
The Alhambra, a Moorish citadel and palace, is in here. It is the most renowned building of the Andalusian Islamic historical legacy with its many cultural attractions that make Granada a popular destination among the touristic cities of Spain.
The simplest and most obvious way to sight see in Granada is to walk. However, it is a city with a lot of hills, and a lot of things to see:
- The Alhambra Palace.
- The Generalife site.
- The Albaicin neighbourghood.
- The Corral del carbon.
- The Bib-Rambla square.
- The Royal chapel.
- The Sacromonte area.
What do you really feel like doing? What does it really move your interest? Contact me and I will help you to explore Granada!
This is a city full of quirky museums, delightful pedestrianized center, innovative restaurants and many featuring trendy rooftop terraces with bar, pool and stunning views.
In the 1960´s things started to pick up for Málaga, the city´s big break came in the form of mass tourism made possible by the airliner, even if we find remaining of its history since Phoenician times.
Whether you are visiting from a cruise, a weekend break or as curious Costa del Sol visitor, you will be pleasantly surprised by this intriguing city.
- The Alcazaba.
- The Picasso museum.
- Picasso’s house.
- Gibralfaro Castle.
- Pompidue Centre.
- The Soho Art District.
- The Merced square.
What do you really feel like doing? What does it really move your interest? Contact me and I will help you to explore Málaga!
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