The Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation will continue to offer its educational program Discovering Three Cultures, a guided tour around its headquarters, throughout 2014. Children and adults can participate in activities that promote a deeper understanding of Mediterranean cultures.
Our headquarters, the Moroccan Pavilion during Seville’s International Exhibition (Expo ’92), and current Hassan II Pavilion, serves as an introduction to a visit full of values such as the peaceful co-existence of different cultures and religions based on mutual knowledge and the exchange of ideas and experiences among diverse Mediterranean regions.
Visitors have the opportunity to learn firsthand about The Three Culture’s philosophy and activities as tours are organized by our own staff. At the same time they can discover the secrets and singularities of this peculiar building, one of the most beautiful sites built for Seville’s 92 International Exhibition and one of the few still standing.
The one-hour tours can be tailored to all kinds of audiences (school children, adults, disabled people…) with a maximum of 30 people per tour. Visits are available in Spanish, English and French. For groups larger than 30 people a request must be submitted to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visits are available upon request. Once your application has been submitted you will receive an automatic reply including the date and time of your visit.
- Tours are subject to modifications depending on our calendar of events.
- The Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation cannot be held responsible for any accident or other damages that may occur outside its facilities or when the itinerary established is not followed during the visit. Parents, guardians or schools are responsible for minors visiting the Foundation under the existing legislation.
- We are closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.