A new vehicle

Our company, Visitours Excursion’s has bought a new vehicle, MERCEDES-BENZ with capacity for 18 passengers and 2 seats for disabled people correctly approved ( People with reduced mobility), we could make easier the acces into the vehicle with wheelchairs due to our electric, athorised platform wich includes a security camera and specifics moorings.

Nevertheless, the vehicle is considered a luxurious minibus because of its security systems and a silent driving, its skin seats and termical glasses and a range of extras to provide you a comfortable trip to your choosen destiny.

The Holy Week and the April Fair in Seville

The Town Hall of Seville has published the dates for the two most important festivities of Seville; the Holy Week and the April Fair. The Holy Week will take place between the 29 of March and the 5 of April, the city centre will be occupied by the famous religious processions of Seville.

The April Fair is programmed for the 20-27 of April and it is located in Los Remedios’s neighborhood .In it, you could enjoy about the flamenco music, the manzanilla wine and andalusians horses.

Special moments in the city that you couldn’t forget!

New opening of the Aquarium of Seville

New opening of the Aquarium of Seville, one of the largest in Europe, this place is focus on the trip of Magellan-El Cano. The itinerary is involved in the characteristic marine and fluvial flora and fauna of the five continents. The walk pay attention specially to the Guadalquivir and the Port of Seville.

Schedule: 10h-20h/22h ( on weekends).

For more information: http://www.acuariosevilla.es/

The third tourist destination in Spain

Seville has strengthened its position as the third tourist destination in Spain. In 2014, the city has registered 2.200.000 visitors and more than 4.500.000 overnight visits, for all these reasons the tourism in Seville has increased 9%, the double than in Andalucia and Spain.

This new situation for Seville reflects the fact that the tourism is one of the engines of the sevillian economy, it represents the 12% of the sevillian GDP. The most visited places of the city are the Plaza de España, the Cathedral-Giralda and the Royal Alcazar with more than 1.500.000 visitors during the last year.