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Private tour in Seville

Seville by bicycle

Guide: Marta
Type: Private tour in Seville
Price: 60 per person
Duration: 3 hours
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Private tour in Seville

Seville walks

Guide: Marta
Type: Private tour in Seville
Price: For 2 people, 50 per person (for more people,upon request)
Duration: 2 hours
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jaymi:  Dear Sir, My Clients would like to arrange the following holiday based on an existing Cosmos Coach Tour, but they would like to arrange for a Private Car and Driver and their requirements are outline below: Our client would like to duplicate the tour below, but would like to have a Private Car/Driver and Departing on 25th March 2010. Number Traveling: 2 Adults. Accommodation: 1 Twin Room - 4 Star Accommodation Departure Date: 25 March 2010 25 March Fly Dubai to Malaga Airport Transfer to Hotel. 25 March DAY 1: Malaga - Hotel Rest night 26 March DAY 2: Malaga - Hotel Car/Driver - Visit Loja, Granada, Santa Fe. Begin the day with an orientation drive around Malaga, before heading inland through grandiose scenery to Santa Fe. It was here in 1492, that Columbus obtained the go-ahead for his voyage to the New World. Just six miles away is Granada, located at the foot of the great Sierra Nevada mountain range, where you will stay for two nights. The rest of the day is yours so why not join the optional city sightseeing to discover the delights of the ancient Moorish city of Granada. (B, D) 27 March DAY 3: Granada - Hotel Car/Driver - Alhambra complex& view snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada. sightseeing tour of the famous and fascinating Alhambra complex with a local guide. This splendid example of intricate Moorish architecture stands on a hilltop overlooking the city and is backed by the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada. 28 March DAY 4: Cordoba - Hotel. Car/Driver -Visit Baena, Andalucia, Montilla & Great Mosque Drive by way of Baena and the undulating vineyards of Andalucia, for a stop in Montilla where you'll visit a typical Andalucian wine bodega. Next to Cordoba. This is perhaps Spain's most Moorish city and an optional tour takes you to what used to be its great mosque - known as one of Islam's greatest pieces of architecture outside the Arab world - which is now a Catholic cathedral. You'll enjoy the small whitewashed houses with their patios opening onto the winding streets and small squares.. The afternoon is at leisure. 29 March DAY 5: Seville - Hotel. Car/Driver - Visit Andalucia, Ecija, Carmona and Alcazar Journey further south into the very heart of Andalucia, first to the picturesque town of Ecija, then to Carmona, dominated by an ancient Alcazar. Just a few more miles brings you to the elegant city of Seville, where you will have the rest of the day to find your bearings and do a little exploring on your own. In the evening you have the chance to experience the colourful spectacle of Seville's famous dance culture at our optional Flamenco excursion. (B, D) 30 March DAY 6: Seville - Hotel. Car/Driver - Visit Andalucian The day is yours to do some serious sightseeing around the beautiful Andalucian capital. Why not join us for an optional city sightseeing to see many of Seville's highlights. (B) 31 March DAY 7: Malaga - Hotel Car/Driver - Seville - Algeciras - Gibraltar - Malaga Today you'll head via the busy port of Algeciras, to the unique Rock of Gibraltar, a tiny British outpost surrounding a 400 metre mountain of Jurassic limestone. The Rock's most famous residents are, of course, the tailless Barbary apes which are descended from pets brought by sailors from North Africa. The day ends with a drive along the coast road to the Malaga area for an overnight stay. (B) 1 April DAY 8: Fly Malaga - Dubai Transfer to the airport for your flight to Dubai Can you Provide Cost for Car/Driver,l Twin Share, 4 Star Hotel and Breakfast daily. We will arrange flights to Malaga, I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible as they want to leave in the next few days .
Edwin:  I have been researching tours/ private tours to the beautiful country of Spain, and other countries.I am sending my 18 year old daughter on a tour through her school to Spain at the end of the month for 12 days. I have never been to Spain and love history and trying new cu-zine and seeing the back country. I read your profile and the places you tour,but was wondering if you take people outside the normal tourist places,like the farming communities and countryside. Sight seeing if you wish? I love to see the country off the grid / non-tourist places if you know what I mean. To me you get a way better feel for the history and the people and culture by seeing not only the big cities and historical sights but to see where the everyday people live and work is a true sense of knowing the country in my experience. Anytime I have guests come here to my part of the world I show them the typical places they have heard about and want to see, but I also take them to the real normal parts like farm country, the smaller unique places that really show what our country is made from. The different foods and areas, ATV quad rides through the forest and fishing trips in some of the many lakes and rivers, if they so like that sort of thing, which most after taking them love it. So what I'm getting at is do you go to the smaller not so touristy places or stay in the main stream areas only? I have a passion for tasting local foods meeting the locals, hearing there stories of the area they live in and learning there culture. I truly enjoy meeting new people and absorbing in all the culture and history I'm surrounded in. Life's too short not to get out there and see the world. I hope I haven't bored you with this message but I am not your everyday tourist. I like to go beyond the normal tours and really see and meet the country and all its specialties. Thank you for taking the time to read this, If you do go outside the box so to speak I look forward to hearing from you. I wish you the best and have a great day!
Mercedes:  Hello. My family will be in Seville March 10-18th, 2012; we are a party of 5 [including my mother--a native of Spain, father, husband, 16 year old daughter, and self]. We are in need of a guide and driver with vehicle who would be interested in spending some time touring/transporting us around the city and surrounding area during part of our stay. Our situation is somewhat unique; I do not believe a traditional tour service will be able to assist. My father met my mother in Spain in 1960 while in the US Air Force. They married and I was born in Alcala de Guadaira; we lived there until I was approximately 1 year old, then moved to my father's native birthplace [Kansas, USA]. I have not had the opportunity to return to Spain until now; we are hoping to sharing their past experiences & visit my birthplace. Since I am unfamiliar with Spain, I am trying to arrange a trip with special accommodations as you can see. If you or anyone you might recommend could assist us, I would be most grateful. If more details are needed in order for you to determine if you would be interested or available, please let me know. Thank you for your consideration and time.
Letitia:  My name is Letitia Marshall and I am a 33yo single female traveller from Australia. I have an interest in town planning, architecture and history, particularly royal history. I will be arriving in Seville at about 1pm on 11 May 2011 and I am departing in the morning on 13 May 2011. I therefore only have 1 full day in Seville on Thursday, 12 May 2011. Would it be possible to arrange a half day walking tour with you on 12 May 2011? Sometime in the afternoon, for 2-4 hours. I was planning to visit Alcazar on my own in the morning, from about 9.30am to 12.30pm. I note you also offer a tour which covers Alcazar - maybe we could discuss modifying the tour to include other places instead of Alcazar? For example, perhaps you could substitute a trip to the Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes de Sevilla - it would be helpful to have someone to explain the main pieces to me. I would be grateful for your suggestions. Please also let me know if you would be available on 12 May 2011 and, if so, provide me with a quote for a walking tour with you covering the main historical and modern sights of Seville. I look forward to hearing from you.