Carmona is famous for being a medieval village and archaeological discoveries from Roman times. Perfect to delve into ancient peoples Spanish, Andalusian character and owner of a large monumental heritage.
Carmona has more than 4.000 years old and is listed as the first archaeological site in Spain open to the public. Hidden tombs as peculiar as the elephant or the mausoleum in Seville, the guide will show visitors.
En este tower, the main monuments of the Seville town will be discovered. Cultures such as the Carthaginians, the Romans, Muslims and, the last, the Christians, They have left important mark in every corner of its streets. The route will take customers from the Alcazar de la Puerta de Sevilla to the Puerta de Cordoba and the Alcázar del Rey Don Pedro, now converted into a parador. Further, the old town you can wander, walking the narrow streets, typical of an Andalusian village, mudéjares discovering the numerous temples and convents, also as various viewpoints towards Vega Carmona.
- Wednesday: 10:00 h.
- Saturdays: 16:00 h.
- Rest upon request.
- Entrance to the Necropolis
Starting Point: from Sevilla at the door of your accommodation or nearby place.
collection: 9:45 h