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Ride a river tramin Seville, Spain

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On a hot summer day there is nothing better than a relaxing river tram voyage along the Guadalquivir river.
How to ride a river tram in Seville
Recover in a romantic trip along the river, feel the sultry atmosphere of the city and see all its beauty from an unusual perspective.

How to do?

1. Go to the pier at the Golden Tower.
2. Buy a ticket, wait for the departure, the river tram runs at intervals of one hour.
3. You will go under the numerous bridges connecting the two banks of Sevilla, wave your hand to fishermen passing by in small boats. Sometimes you can meet a pirate ship with a black flag and bloody sails - do not be scared, they are just having fun, they will not take you aboard :)
4. You will have 60 minutes to enjoy the splendor of the city while sipping refreshments on board of the tram. Have a nice trip!

Where to do?

#3GuadalquivirGuadalquivir

Guadalquivir or you can just call it the "big river", as it is translated from Arabic language, is the main waterway of Seville.

Location: starts from the north of the Andalusian Mountains and flows into the Cadiz Gulf of the Atlantic Ocean.

When to do?

It's better to book a trip in advance. You can do it on the official website .

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Guest21 July 2019
Guest17 September 2018Так себе поездочка)) за 17 евро лучше в еврейском квартале посидеть с вином и тапасами.. просто особо ничего там не увидите.. мосты, часть експо с воды. Денег этих не стоит, куча туристов на пластиковых стульях. Буэ

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