Private Wheelchair Accessible Day Trip to Seville
This full day Private Accessible Day Trip to Seville takes you on an adventure from the coast to the scenic inland of Spain. On this tour, you’ll enjoy a comfortable drive to and from Seville, as well as a memorable private guided walking/rolling tour in the very heart of the charming Spanish town. You’ll experience the very best highlights of Seville, including the magnificent Seville Cathedral, the historic Plaza de Espana and beautiful Parque de Maria Luisa.
This accessible full day tour from Malaga to Seville begins with your private driver and accessible van meeting you at the Malaga cruise dock or centrally located Malaga hotel. From here, you’ll head out on a scenic drive from the coast to the scenic inland to the historic town of Seville.
Upon arrival in Seville, your private tour guide will meet up with you to escort you on a 3-hour accessible guided walking/rolling of the heart of the city. Your first stop of the day will be the impressive Plaza de Espana, a stunning architectural marvel that is considered one of the most spectacular squares in Spain. The majestic architectural complex was built as the central office for the Ibero-American Exposition, a world fair held in Seville in 1929. While here, you’ll learn about the fascinating history of the site and see the place where famous Star Wars shots have been filmed. The Plaza is located in the center of the stunning Maria Luisa Park, a romantic park peppered with green trees, water fountain features, trails and monuments. While here, you’ll also have time to sit down and enjoy a lunch or some Spanish tapas on your own.
Following this, you’ll continue along the banks of the beautiful Guadalquivir River as you explore the city center of Seville. Along the way, you’ll admire the exterior the breathtaking Alcazar of Seville, a royal Palace built for the Cristian King Peter of Castile. The impressive structure is the oldest royal Palace still in use in Europe, and together with the adjoining Seville Cathedral, it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
Escorted by your tour guide, you’ll make your way to the glorious Seville Cathedral which is the largest Gothic temple in the World. You’ll have a unique opportunity to explore the interior of the church using accessible routes. Among other things, you’ll see the famous bell tower, La Giralda, and the tomb of the famous world-explorer Christopher Columbus!
At the end of your 3 hour walking/rolling tour of Seville, your private driver will be back to safely escort you back to Malaga.
The Private Wheelchair Accessible Day Trip to Seville features:
- Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (no steps or curbs)
- Round trip accessible transfers from Malaga to Seville.
- 3-hour walking/rolling tour of Seville
- Lively commentary by an English-speaking tour guide
- Memorable sightseeing and great photo opportunities!
- Seville Cathedral
- See the Tomb of Christopher Columbus
- Plaza de Espana
- Seville city center
- Parque de Maria Luisa
- Guadalquivir River
The Private Wheelchair Accessible Day Trip to Seville has a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because the tour will be step-free and flat. Several areas are completely pedestrianized with smooth surfaces. The complete walking/rolling route from start to finish is approximately 1.8 miles long. It did not receive a higher rating because you will some mild cobblestones outside the Seville Cathedral and to get to the top of the bell tower one would need to use the steep sloped and narrow path. We do not recommend that wheelchair users try to use this path.
An accessible van equipped with a wheelchair ramp will be used for your transfers to and from Seville. Please note the approximate time is 2 hours and 30 minutes each way. On the drive, you’ll get to sit back and enjoy the scenic inland of Andalusia.
Plaza de Espana is completely flat and easy to navigate for wheelchair users. The Plaza is located in the center of Parque de Maria Luisa. The Parque is completely flat and wheelchair accessible, however, some of the paths have a thin layer of hard sand. This should not pose any issues for wheelchairs. If so, these parts can be avoided.
The area surrounding the Seville Cathedral is flat. You’ll experience some mild cobblestones in certain areas. The interior offers good wheelchair accessibility with flat and smooth surfaces and plenty of turning space. Please note that while the tower “La Giralda” is technically accessible because it doesn’t have any steps, however, the incline is steep and narrow and not ideal for wheelchair users.
Tour duration: 8-9 hours
Cost: €900 for 1-2 people, €950 for 3-4 people, €1000 for 5 guests.
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: 8 and 9 am
Dress code: None
Entrance tickets: Entrance tickets to Seville Cathedral and Real Alcazar are included.
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Not included: Snacks/meals, gratuities.
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