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The Royal Alcazar of Seville is considered the oldest royal palace in use in Europe.

Its origins go back to the Caliphate era, although it will not be until the 14th century when it will reach its current appearance. Within the walls of this beautiful palace, some Jewish courtiers and intellectuals played a fundamental role, especially during the reigns of Almutamid, Alfonso X and Pedro I.

A fascinating story, that is nevertheless unknown to the general public.

Seville also witnessed the birth in the year 1478 of the Spanish Inquisition.

The visit to the Royal Palace of Seville is complemented by a visit to the old Jewish quarter of Seville, the largest Jewish quarter in the Iberian Peninsula, home to some of the most important Jewish families in Castile such as the Levis or the Abrabanels, and also the intellectual refuge of many romantic travelers during the 19th century.

Without a doubt, Jewish Seville has a fascinating story to tell us.

This tour is part of the Jewish Andalusian Heritage Route, a cultural project recognized by the European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage, AEPJ, and the Council of Europe.

- Plaza Virgen de los Reyes-Giralda tower.
- Plaza del Triunfo.
- Royal Alcazar and its gardens.
- Barrios de Santa Cruz, Santa Maria la Blanca and San Bartolomé.

Duration: 3 hours.

Tips: In Summer we suggest doing the tour in the morning.

The experience of Jewish Sevilla could become a full day tour if we include lunch with the guide (having lunch together is always a great opportunity to speak about the past, the present and the future of Spanish Judaism), and a visit to the Cathedral, town center and Castillo de San Jorge (headquarter of the Inquisition in Seville) in

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