An Introduction to Seville Tour
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See Seville in a Day
Seville with an Expert
Looking to explore more of Spain? Consider our day trip from Madrid to Toledo. Alternatively, you could look at Roman ruins at our day trip from Madrid to Segovia.
FAQ About the Introduction to Seville Tour
Our tour will end near these two structures with an introduction to their significance within the context of the themes of the walk. You are encouraged to enter on your own following the walk. Please note due to local requirements, not all of our guides are authorized to give explanations inside these sites but if you wish to customize the tour or for assistance with ticketing, please contact us.
Dan Serradilla Avery received his undergraduate degree in History and Archaeology from Illinois State University, completing the archaeological internship in the underwater archaeology program at Florida State University’s program at Dog Island, in the Caribbean Sea. He holds an M.A. in Atlantic historical diffusion from the University Pablo de Olavide and an M.Phil. in Medieval history from the University of St. Andrews. He also completed a graduate certificate in pedagogic skills at the University of Seville. Dan has been an university lecturer at the International Center of the University of Pablo de Olavide since 2009. His hobbies include walking through historical sites and spending as much time as possible underwater. His favorite fictional characters are Obelix & Mortadelo.
Carlos recently completed his PhD on the Spanish Transition to Democracy. He holds a degree in history, with a specialization in the history of Latin America. Following the completion of his B.A., Carlos was a graduate student in the U.S. and Germany and completed his M.A. on Islamic minorities in Spanish history. He teaches at the UPO International Center and at the CIEE Study Center in Sevilla. Carlos is bilingual in English and Spanish and is fluent in German. His teaching and research have dealt primarily with the city of Sevilla, where he has resided most of his life.
Rafael Ruiz Gil is MA Architect from the University of Seville, specialising in heritage and is completing his PhD thesis focused in architectural theory and contemporary vernacular architecture. He had a Master’s degree in Architecture and historic heritage and has been invited researcher in the University of Porto (Portugal). He has been working in his own architecture office for more than eight years. He has been working also as curator, producer and designer in several exhibitions about architecture, theater and flamenco. Beside this he is involved in the cultural life of the city. He has been collaborating in organizing several exhibitions, conferences and festivals in the last years. He loves drawing, architecture, art, history and gastronomy.
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