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"Seville Sightseeing
"Seville Sightseeing River Cruise Bullring and Basilica Macarena Guided Tour""The excursion begins with pick-up from your hotel and then with a boat trip at the Muelle de la Sal (Salt Wharf). This trip will transport you across the wonderful buildings and bridges of the Guadalquivir River. Then you will continue towards the Cartuj where Christopher Columbus planned for three years his travel to the unknown The New World.The trip continues with a visit to the Bullring of the Real Maestranza
From EUR32.00
 
3.5 Hour Private City Tour of Granada
"Enjoy Granada a city located at the foot of Sierra Nevada Mountains where four rivers meet the Beiro Darro Genil and Monachil. You will be picked up from your hotel or place of choice in Granada then taken on a private excursion that will allow you the opportunity to see the city in all it's splendor. Granada contains one of Spain’s most important monuments The Alhambra
From EUR155.00
 
Private Granada Day Trip including Alhambra and Generalife from Seville
"You will set off for Granada early in the morning so that you are able to tour the Sevillian countryside. On your journey you will pass a range of stunning villages such as that of Estepa Antequera and Loja. After seeing and experiencing much of Andalusia you will arrive in Granada. The city possesses a vast cultural and historical legacy and is presided over by the famous Alhambra palace. The Alhamabra was an Arabic palace where t do some shopping and simply relax enjoying the beauty of the city. Your guide will pick up you to take the way back to Seville and arrive before dinner.""""Visit Granada and Alhambra Palace on this private trip from Seville. Enjoy  the most important  palace-fortress of the Islamic world wedged between Granada and the Sierra Nevada mountains and take a guided tour of its attractions including the Alcazaba
From EUR569.00

More Things to Do in Almería

Walk around town

A pleasant place to stroll around. Almeria is a city in Andaulsia Spain ,situated in the south west of Spain on the mediterranean sea. Almeria was founded in 955 AD, There is a moorish castle or...
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alectrevor
Sep 18, 2015

Mini-Holywood

If you like the western movies, it's a place for you. A lot of movies had been made here, for ex.: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. It's a small village, specialy made for that movies.The entrence is...
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kissmagdi
May 19, 2007

Visit the Civil War Refugios

The 'Refugios' were a four and a half kilometre long maze of tunnels dug uner the city of Almeria in the early 30's to protect the civilian population during the Spanish Civil war. Almeria was bombed...
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W4lt0n
Jan 16, 2007

Arab cisterns of Jairán (Aljibes árabes)

Built by Arab king Jairán or Hayran in 1038, this underground cisterns supplied water for the whole city. Now it´s the seat of the Peña El Taranto, the oldest flamenco club in town ( "peñas" are...
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Miguel_Marques
Jul 21, 2004

Escuela de Artes y Oficios (School of Fine Arts)

The school was created in 1886 and opened in 1887.The building is the old cloister of the Convent of Santo Domingo (attached to the Basilica de la Virgen del Mar), rebuilt in 1728 and later on...
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Miguel_Marques
Jun 17, 2004

Basílica de la Virgen del Mar

Our Lady of the Sea ("Virgen del Mar") is the tutelary saint of Almeria. The legend goes that a wooden image of the Virgin Mary appeared in the beach of Torregarcía in 1503. A chapel was built in her...
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Miguel_Marques
Jun 17, 2004
 
 
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Iglesia de San Juan

The church of San Juan was built over the foundations of the old great mosque, knocked down by the Catholic Kings to build the old cathedral which, in turn, colapsed with the earthquake of 1522....
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Jun 15, 2004

La Chanca quarter

Probably the most picturesque and typical area in Almeria, together with La Joya.This quarter is as ancient as the city, being the most improtant area in the Moorish town.Nowadays, most inhabitants...
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Miguel_Marques
Jun 10, 2004

Teatro Cervantes and Círculo Mercantil

The Paseo is the most important and liveliest street in Almería. Many historical buildings from the XIX century can be seen here in this street, an ancient boulevard. The huge ficus tree in the middle...
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Miguel_Marques
Dec 07, 2003

Plaza Vieja y Ayuntamiento

The Plaza Vieja or Plaza de la Constitución used to be the old arab market of the Musalla quarter. It became a porticoed, closed square in the 19th century on the style of the time. The Ayuntamiento...
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Miguel_Marques
Dec 03, 2003

Estación de Ferrocarril

The Almería train station is one of the most beautiful in the South of Spain. Built in 1893 it´s a great example of new materials (iron and crystal) architecture so trendy in those years. Its style...
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Miguel_Marques
Dec 02, 2003

Plaza e Iglesia de San Pedro

This is a favourite spot in the old quarter, specially during the Cruces de Mayo celebrations, when open air stands with music, food and drinks are open all over the place. The church was built in...
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Miguel_Marques
Nov 20, 2003

Cargadero del Mineral (Cable Inglés)

This is a great example of the so called iron architecture from late XIX century, when new materials as iron and glass were applied to civil engineering. This loading pier was designed by a student of...
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Miguel_Marques
Nov 19, 2003

You should Try to eat tapas,...

You should Try to eat tapas, at Almeria are really big and cheap, you have to go a places like La Virgen Chica, El Crifer, Los MAnhos, El Juanfrancisco, and if you dont find this places go to La calle...
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Aug 24, 2002

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