SEVILLE

Main Program Activities in Seville, Spain

Activity/Monument Description
Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art It is a museum dedicated to the contemporary art. It consists of one of the main Andalusian spaces that have contemporary art in permanent and temporary expositions.
Andalusian Parliament The Hospital de las Cinco Llagas is found amongst the rich Andalusian monuments because of its aesthetic values and historical significance. In addition, is serves as the headquarters of the Andalusian Parliament since 1992.
Archeological Museum This museum harbors vestiges from the Prehistory, including the Phoenician and Roman epochs and much more.
Archive of the Indies The Archivo General de Indias was created in 1785 ruling with the objective of having all documents related to the Spanish Colonies. The preserved archives are filled mainly from the metropolitan organisms in charge of administrating the colonies. 
Artisan workshops The groups of students and teachers can do a ceramics, pottery, goldsmithing, etc. workshops in Seville.
Bike Tour It is an easy and funny sport activity for visiting the city from a different point of view.
Boat or kayak ride across the Guadalquivir river Our students can enjoy the views of Seville from the Guadalquivir river while on a boat or kayak.
Canal Sur Visit the TV and radio in San Juan de Aznalfarache.
Casa de la Ciencia Museum Visits and workshops in this scientific and environmental information center during your trip to Seville.
Casa de Pilatos Its construction began towards the end of the XV century and has the prototype of an Andalusian palace. It comes from a Moorish background even though it has gothic and plateresque elements.
Castle of San Jorge This castle of Visigoth origins is located on the right bank of the Guadalquivir river, next to the Triana bridge.
Ceramics Center It preserves and promotes the ceramics tradition in the city. There are traditional ovens, ways to create ceramic products and types.
Cooking classes Groups cook different Spanish dishes and, then, they taste them.
Fine Arts Museum Built on what used to be the Convent of Merced Calzada at the start of the XVII century, its background is made up of gothic construction from the XX century.
Flamenco Dance Museum In this museum, there are different expositions about the world of flamenco and different rehearsals.
Flamenco Show and/or Workshop The show is held in a typical environment and lasts about an hour and workshops for practically knowing this typical dance.
Golden Tower It receives this name (Torre del Oro) because it used to be covered with golden tiles. This tower dates back to the year 1220 and, nowadays, it harbors the Naval Museum.
Historical Center Stroll along the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, the ancient Jewish district and visit the Cathedral and the Giralda tower, which is the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world from the XV century.
House Palaces Visit the palatial houses such as the Pilatos House, the House Palace Las Dueñas, etc.
Isla Magica Theme park found at the old 1992 Expo Center on the island of Cartuja.
Italica It is an old Roman city of Seville and is the birthplace of the Roman emperors Trajan and Adrian. Parts of the city like the Amphitheater, the murals and homes are still preserved.
Lebrija Palace Visit not only its mosaics, but also its numerous extremely valuable archaeological remains.
Maestranza Bullring It is on the most symbolic buildings of Seville and its museum offers a good approach to bullfights. Visit includes the visit to the bullring.
Museum of Arts and Traditions of Seville In Maria Luisa's Park, there is a museum dedicated to the Andalusian Ethnological Heritage, both material and immaterial.
Mushrooms of Seville or Metropol Parasol One of the best viewpoints of Seville city, it is the biggest wooden structure in the world.
Navigation Pavilion The permanent exposition conceived under the title of ``Seville and the Atlantic Navigation´´ will demonstrate some human and technical aspects that stand out a lot in the world of navigation in 4 different rooms. The tour may end with an optional Workshop about the main scientists that allowed floating, propeller system, etc.
Olive Oil Museum It shows this typical Spanish product, its traditional and modern manufacturing. Tasting of different olive oils types.
Plaza de España and Maria Luisa´s Park The famous Plaza de España at the entrance of Maria Luisa´s Park gardens is a result of the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition. This walk includes a stroll around the La Torre de Oro, the Maestranza and other monuments. 
Recycling Plant of Seville Observe the different process that urban wastes go through, its advantages and disadvantages and the final destination of these wastes.
Royal Alcazar Royal residence from the Arabic period that still preserves its characteristics in a grand palace with numerous ruins from different times.
Spanish Course The school has a modern space with different classrooms suitable for school groups.
Solar Plant Visit includes a stroll outside and inside the plant for knowing its way of working. Besides, there is a small museum with archaeological vestiges founded at that area.
Trip to a factory, company, etc. We organize trips to institutions, factories, enterprises or other relevant places for groups in relation to their training and knowledge of these places in Spain.
Visit to a high school We organize trips to a high school so that our foreign students can share their experiences with Spanish students and learn about Spanish education system.
Visit to cattle farms Visit fighting bull livestock, with the explanation of the experts.

SUGGESTED TOWNS TO COMBINE WITH SEVILLE