If you're looking to get involved with Seville's culture of food, flamenco and fiesta, you'll definitely be able to find plenty of opportunities to make the most of your time here.
Although the examples provide a fair depiction of what may available during your stay, there is no guarantee that they will be operating on the date you will be in port.
Seville, Afternoon tour
With a panoramic tour of the city to start, you'll then make your way along the beautiful Guadalquivir River by boat. Also on the agenda is a visit to the prominent pavilions and bridges of the 1992 Universal Exhibition, as well as a look at the Carthusian monastery.
To finish the tour, you'll visit the Basilica de la Macarena before your scenic drive back to port.
Photography tour of the city
Whether you see yourself as a first-rate photographer or more of a novice, this tour will take you to some of the best vantage points in the city. You'll have the opportunity to visit various markets, elaborate gothic churches as well as a couple of palaces and monasteries.
You will also stop at the San Luis de los Franceses church, before the Feria street market and the Fine Art Museum. Once you have stopped for some refreshments, you'll be guided back to your port.
If you're looking to explore a little further afield, this tour will take you to the winding streets of Cordoba. A highlight of the tour will include a visit to the Catholic cathedral, home of nearly 1,000 pillars, where there are some fantastic photo opportunities.
To finish the tour, you will also visit the old Jewish quarter, where you can find one of Spain's last synagogues which was built in 1315.
After you arrive in Granada, you will receive a guided tour of the striking Alhambra Palace and Generalife Gardens. With the stunning backdrop of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
There are some fantastic photo opportunities and all the while, your guide will help you to explore the history behind the fine architecture. In the afternoon, you will have free time to explore Granada at your own pace, with lunch in between.
Seville Tapas and Wine
This excursion will take you on a walking tour where you can call on two of the best tapas bars in the city. You'll be given a history of tapas, all whilst tasting classic Sevillian ham, Andalucian gazpacho, the famous fried fish, olives and the popular orange wine and sangria.
Night Tour, Flamenco show
If you're in the area for an evening, this tour will take you on a nighttime trip around the city before a Flamenco show, accompanied by tapas and wine.
The tour is very flexible, with an itinerary based on sightseeing, so you can tailor the tour around what you want to see before making your way to the show. All transfers and ticket prices are included.