We will be able to do this activity during one afternoon, since it is only 30 km away from the city, so we will leave around 4 pm and return around 8 pm. We can go by regular bus or hire a group bus.
Carmona is a town with a great history that dates back to prehistoric times, making it a place of great tourist interest.
So when we arrive the first thing we will see will be the surroundings of the Alcazar, perhaps one of the most important places to see there along with the Roman Necropolis. And we will enter through the Arco de la Puerta de Sevilla, to reach the old Jewish quarter and from there end up at the Parador de Carmona, an ancient Arab palace built by King Pedro I, at the same time as the Alcazar of Seville.