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    Free plans in Seville

    If you travel to Sevilla and want to do it the most economical way, read on, in this post you have some free plans to enjoy the city and culture.

    Free Opera in the Palace of the Marquises of Algaba

    Enjoy with the opera in the palece of Marqueses de la Algaba, a luxury that you can enjoy free.  The programation includes 12 shows and concerts taking place until August 29.

    The Palace of the Marquises of Algaba is in Calderón de la Barca square, in the historic center of the city, very close to our apartment Patio de la Cartuja, and the concerts begin at 22 hours.

    In this link you can cconsultar programming. 

    Free Movies in the Park of Maria Luisa

    Maria Luisa Park is the largest public park in Seville and is declared of Cultural Interest in the category of Historic Garden. In this unique environment you can enjoy outdoor cinema with all family, with programming for all ages.

    Films start at 22.15 in the Terrace Maria Luisa on Avenida de Don Pelayo, within the park. The program includes  films as The Goonies, ET or Breakfast at Tiffany's, or more moderns as Ocho apellidos Vascos.

    In this link you can check the schedule of free summer movies in the park of Maria Luisa.

    Free guided tours on foot

    To know well the city, make a guided tour is a great option. For example Pancho Tours offers different kind of guided tours where you put the price.

    With this system you can enjoy the monumental Seville, the Triana district, a tour of the city of legends ... and all this in several languages. Just go to the meeting point you can find on their website and look for the orange umbrella, distinctive of the organizing company.

    Visit free to Real Alcázar

    The Real Alcazar in Seville is one of the main tourist attractions of the city and you can also visit free Monday afternoon. If you travel to Seville, especialemnte if it is the first time you come, you can not miss this palace that has lived different historical periods from the late eleventh century until today and was declared a World Heritage Site.

    The enclosure has been commonly used as accommodation for members of the Spanish royal family and heads of state visiting the city, being the oldest royal palace active in Europe, as stated UNESCO.

    More information abbout Alcázar here.

     

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