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 tour.
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.
Manu is master architect by the University of Granada and master in historical construction technology by the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Born in a small town of La Mancha region, by 2008 he moved to Granada to study the architecture degree, where he also managed an urban photography course and worked as editor of an international arts and architecture magazine. After finishing in 2015 he did an overseas university program in the Yokohama National University in Japan. In 2016 he worked as architect in the architecture office of the University of Castilla La Mancha, doing several projects in cities as Toledo, Cuenca, Albacete and Ciudad Real until 2018. During this period he did a master course in historical construction technology in Madrid with a final thesis based on the islamic decorative technique of the "mocárabes". In May of 2018 he got his official guiding licence and stablished his own architecture studio, working since then in the andalusian territory as architect and guide. During 2020 he did several courses and got a master degree in teaching by the University of Granada. He loves flamenco, traditional gastronomy, literature, history, writing essays and traditional spanish carpentry.
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