Our collection of private Andalusia walking tours
We have designed these private Andalusia walking tours for those travelers arriving to Seville, Cordoba, Granada, Cadiz or Jerez by themselves and who would like to have a warm, educated and personable local host to make the most of their time there.
Along these guided walking tours, we tell the story of each city by connecting its history and meaningful spots to its present local dynamics and particular character. Meaningful encounters with local people and food and wine stops are also very present in these private walking tours of Andalusia.
The corresponding covid-19 protocols have been implemented in each of these tours.
Seville has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These are its Cathedral, the Royal Palace or Alcazar and the Archive of the Indies.
This 3,5h walking tour will allow you to learn the fascinating history and architecture of the city, while you visit all three with a personable, kind and fully licensed guide.
The tour will give you a great insight on the different cultures that populated the city throughout the centuries and on the unique footprint they left in the colorful metropolis that Seville is today. This will make a great introduction to the city and will enhance your stay as it will add context, depth, understanding and meaning to it.
Cordoba is one of the most fascinating cities to visit in Southern Spain due to its extraordinary history and heritage. Treasuring an amazing legacy from its Roman origins, Cordoba also has a medieval Jewish quarter, once home to a thriving Sephardic community, as well as probably the most thought-provoking landmark in Spain: the great Mosque-Cathedral.
This private 3 hour walking tour of Cordoba will uncover the thrilling history and architecture of the city, allowing you and your travel party to understand how it became one of the most prosperous cities in the world during the middle ages, when it was inhabited by Jews, Muslims and Christians.
The Alhambra is the most exquisite example of Hispanic-Muslim architecture and it is an absolute must in every culture trip to Spain, along with the evocative gardens of El Generalife. The Alhambra was the palatial city where the last Hispanic-Muslim lived together with their court, their armies and some selected artisans. El Generalife was the sultans’ Summer residence: a place designed to relax and take a rest from the hustle and bustle of life in the Alhambra.
Our private tour of Granada Alhambra and Generalife will take you to visit all sections of these two UNESCO World Heritage Sites with a knowledgeable, personable and fully licensed guide just for you and your travel party.
Getting under the skin of Seville is the only way to discover its best kept secrets and to learn about its iconic traditions and intriguing cultural aspects.
With this tour we will explore and learn about the character, history, architecture and local everyday life of 4 different quarters in the old town. This will offer us an ideal opportunity to get a wide perspective of the city and its inhabitants.
Secret landmarks, artisan workshops, hidden courtyards, meaningful encounters with the local community and cosy and quirky tapas bars will be the highlights of this walking tour. Along the journey we will uncover what life in Seville is like and learn about how this connects to the history of the city.
Founded by the Phoenicians 3000 years ago, Cádiz is known for being one of the oldest cities in the world.
This rather unexplored yet stunning Southern Spanish capital has also a thrilling history and unique colonial architecture. This is a result of its strategic coastal location, which has made it an ideal base for maritime trade throughout history.
The commercial activity of Cadiz boomed in the 18th century, when the city held the monopoly of all trade with the Americas, formerly established in Seville.
With this tour we will enjoy the fascinating history and magnificence of those years, while we also experience the vibrancy, joy and great gastronomy of the city.
Jerez has one of the most interesting food and wine scenes in Southern Spain.
Getting to know the city through its food and wine spots allows not only for the enjoyment of its many culinary treats but also to understand its dynamics, social fabric, history and evolution.
Along this walking tour we will take a few stops to immerse ourselves into the local culture of Jerez through its food and wine. We will enjoy a typical Andalusian breakfast, learn about Sherry in an artisanal winery and enjoy a great selection of tapas in different bars and taverns. This will offer us an ideal opportunity to learn about the local art of pairing food and Sherry.