Seville is the Guadalquivir river, the most visited natural monument of Seville. If you want to know and understand the story of the city, you should know all about this river: large and historical, romantic and legendary, the river of the America's conquerors, the only navigable river in Spain!
The Guadalquivir is 657 kilometers, (408 miles) long and drains an area of about 58,000 square kilometers. It begins at Cañada de las Fuentes in the Cazorla mountain range, passes through Córdoba and Seville and ends at the fishing village of Bonanza, in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, flowing into the Gulf of Cádiz, in the Atlantic Ocean. The river borders Doñana National Park reserve.
Enjoy an hour by boat admiring the classic the modern Seville, thoroughly commented in Spanish, English, French, Portoguese, German, Italian and other major languages.
From the deck you will discover a different perspective:
- The old bridge
- The district of Triana
- The pavilions of the Universal Exposition of Seville 1992 (Expo '92) and the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929
- The towers of the Plaza of Spain, convents and monasteries
- Monastery of Santa María de las Cuevas, where Columbus planned his voyage of discovery