- Highest jump altitude permitted in Europe
- Reach speeds of up to 210km/h
Seville is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. It is world famous for its cathedral, the Giralda and of course the stunning Real Alcazar. It is also home to a tandem skydive operation that, because it uses some of the fastest climbing airplanes in the industry, allows you to make a jump from 15,000 feet - the highest exit altitude allowed in Europe. So with just 15 minutes of training, you can achieve freefall speeds of up to 210km per hour, lasting for a whole minute! Sound like your idea of fun?
If you’ve never taken a skydive before but always wanted to, here’s what to expect. You’ll be issued with jumpsuit, helmet and goggles, and meet your professional instructor, who will be strapped to you all the way down. After a short training session, it’s into the plane for a swift climb to 15,000 feet. When the pilot signals ready, you’ll jump out, and freefall for up to a minute before the instructor cracks the parachute and you drift slowly down to earth, with five minutes just to relax and enjoy the incredible views. On landing, you just put your training into action, bend the knees and roll. Try a tandem skydive in Seville - it’s the