1 hour and 15 minutes.
Spanish, English, French and Italian.
Guide in Spanish, English, French or Italian.
The Tour takes place inside the Archivo de Indias. Everything is included in the price of the guided tour.
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially on High season (Spring and Autumn)
Reservations are allowed up to 24 hours before the service (local time) as long as there are tickets available to access the visit of the monuments.
We will send you an email with a voucher.
- Are you traveling with children? Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
- How to make the reservation? To book the visit you just have to fill in the form and in a few minutes I will contact you to set the schedule and development of the tour.
If you still have more questions, you can consult our frequently asked questions section. If you have any booking problems or need a different service, contact us.
Yes (It is suitable for people with reduced mobility).
Once the visit begins, we enter one of the most important Archives in the world. It keeps an invaluable collection that contaisn information about what were Spanish overseas territories.
For just over 1 hour we enjoy one of the most unique buildings in Seville and we understand much better its history and the reason for its location.
Price of the guided tour:
- Tour of 1 hour and 15 minutes: From 1 to 7 people € 96.80 (VAT included) From 8 people € 108.90 (VAT included) (Whispers / audio equipment NOT included)
Main entrance of the Archivo de Indias located on Avenida de la Constitución.
Interest of Archives of the Indies Tour
The Spanish Empire was one of the largest in history. This made the Spanish rulers, who needed to have all information about those distant places, create an archive to be able to keep all these relevant documents. Its name was ‘The Archive of the Indies’
In the 18th century, King Carlos III decided to keep all this documentation from various institutions in one place. Only one Large Archive to facilitate the preservation of all documents together. To do this, he decided to locate this great Archive in Seville, in the former Lonja built 200 years before. A place with many possibilities, those that caught the attention of Carlos III, turning the old Lonja into the headquarters of the General Archive of the Indies
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