1h 30m.


Spanish, English, French and Italian.


Guide in Spanish, English, French and Italian.

Not included

There is no need to pay any extra on the walk.

When to book?

Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially on High Season (Spring and Autumn).


We will send you an email with a voucher.

Frequent Questions

  • 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 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 probelms or need a different service, contact us.


Yes (It is suitable for people with reduced mobility).


The meeting point is the Plaza del Triunfo, the center of the World Heritage area of ​​Seville. You will see many visitors and groups walking and taking photos of every corner of this spectacular enclave, where we find the 3 buildings protected by UNESCO in Seville, the Reales Alcázares, the Cathedral and the Archivo de Indias.

This square gives us access to the Barrio de Santa Cruz, which is one of the most unique spaces in the historic center of the city of Seville. For a long period of time the Jewish community of the city occupied this labyrinthine area that largely preserves the urban structure. That leads us to find today countless narrow alleys, hidden squares, symbols that remind us of the families who lived in this place a long time ago … in short, Santa Cruz is an area with a special charm that continues preserving even today, that traditional essence that makes this place a magical space


Price of the guided tour:


  • 1 hour and 30 minute tour: € 121 (VAT included)

Punto de encuentro

Plaza del Triunfo (Triumph Square)

Interés del Santa Cruz Tour

The Jewish quarters of the Iberian Peninsula had a prominent role in the history of the entire territory.

There is evidence of the existence of Jewish communities in the Iberian Peninsula already in the Roman period of the Spanish Levant and South of the Peninsula, between I / II centuries, although there are theories that say they possibly arrived in the 4th century BC. with the Phoenician merchants.

These communities called the Iberian Peninsula ‘Sepharad’ so over time they were called Sephardic Jews. As a religious minority, it was always treated as such by the different rulers who succeeded each other in the territory. Some monarchs accepted them more than others, either for tolerance and respect, or also for interests, especially economic ones. This fact has resulted in the Jews being considered today as the culture that has remained the longest in the Peninsula.

The Jewish community was expelled from Spain in 1492 by the Catholic Monarchs and the Spanish Inquisition, thus closing the Jewish historical chapter in this territory for many years.

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