Let us discover together the former big Jewish quarter of Seville...today called Santa Cruz and San Bartolomé. What is left from that Sefardi life? We'll look for the traces of ancient synagogues turned into churches, the remainings of the old streets. Here is where Sevillan Medieval Jewish community was self-governing. Where did the Sephardic past go? Did the Spanish Inquisition and Kings Ferdinand and Isabela erase everything in Seville? Not at all. However the marks and stories are quite hidden and need to be discovered one by one behind the flowerpots, showcases, the walls of the streets and churches of the old Judería. Sometimes we'd need to descend underground and look for it. The tour focuses mainly on the said old Jewry, then the San Francisco square area. he tour may include the guided visit to Alcazar royal palace, if you wish.
- Santa Cruz quarter
- San Bartolomé quarter
- Santa Maria La Blanca
- Alcazar royal palace
- San Francisco square and surroundings.