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20 Best Things To Do In Seville, Spain

Seville certainly isn’t lacking in appeal…and I mean this in almost every context. From the stunning architecture, fantastic food, orange-scented courtyards, impromptu flamenco dancing, opulent palaces, rich history and diverse culture; there is no shortage of things to do, learn and enjoy in this southern region of Spain.

You’ll find intricate Moorish design features appearing on many buildings across the city, with a baroque-renaissance era feel to a lot of them. The people are friendly and welcoming, and there is a lively atmosphere in the city all year-round.

Honestly, my 1 month here could have easily been extended to 3, without much hesitation.

And of course, there are plenty of things to do here in Seville, from visiting the famous Alcazar palace to taking a boat ride on the River Guadalquivir. Whether you’re looking to explore the rich history of the city or simply enjoy the Mediterranean climate, Seville is an ideal destination.

If you’re already in the region or planning a visit here very soon, you might be wondering what to do in Seville, so read on to discover the best things to do in Seville Spain.

 

Best Things To Do In Seville Spain

1. VISIT THE ALCÁZAR OF SEVILLE

Best For:  Explorers / Culture & History / Architecture

Time Required:  2 – 3 hrs

alcazar of seville spain

The Real Alcázar (Royal Palace) is one of the most iconic buildings in Seville, and a must-see for any first-time visitor. This royal palace was originally built as a Moorish fortress in the 11th century but has undergone numerous additions and renovations over the centuries. Today, it is one of the finest examples of Mudéjar architecture in Spain.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site is open to the public and offers a glimpse into the opulent lifestyle of Seville’s past rulers. Visitors can explore the lavish rooms, gardens, courtyards, and other areas of the palace.

You can expect beautiful Spanish tiles, flowering gardens, and luxury embossed into every room you’ll wander through. Don’t forget to get up to the tower for some awesome views over the city

The most majestic room of the palace is The Salon de Embajadores, or Ambassadors Reception Room, which is where King Philip I stayed centuries ago. It was extravagantly decorated compared to the rest of the palace at the time.

You can download the free audio guide on your mobile phone before you go which is available in several languages and will talk you through everything around the palace and the gardens and a great way to learn about what you’re seeing instead of quickly brushing through each room.

If you’re visiting Seville during March and October, you can also book a night visit to the Real Alcazar which is super nice.

TOP TIP – Whenever you’re visiting the palace, the best way to really appreciate this UNESCO World Heritage Site is through a guided tour – it’s the best way to really understand the history and culture of this once-in-a-lifetime visit. You can book one online here.

Opening Hours:

  • November to March: Monday – Sunday 9:30 to 17:00 (closing at 18.00)
  • April to October: Monday – Sunday 9:30 to 19:00 (closing at 20.00)

Entrance Cost:

  • Ground Floor Entrance – €13.50 Adults / €6 for Children and Seniors You can buy your tickets from the official website here.
  • Royal Bedroom Entrance – €5.50

How To Get There:

You can find the Royal Alcazar in the city centre on the east coast of the riverbank

2. Seville Cathedral

Best For:  History, Culture and Architecture

Time Required:  1.5 – 3 hours

seville cathedral must visit in seville spain

The Seville Cathedral is the third largest cathedral in the world and one of the largest Gothic buildings you will find anywhere. It was constructed in the 15th century as a burial place for Christopher Columbus.

Seville’s magnificent cathedral is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Spain. Visitors can explore the vast interior, which includes numerous chapels, stained glass windows, and the tomb of Christopher Columbus. The cathedral also has the largest altarpiece in the world, as well as the tallest Gothic tower in Spain.

The exterior of the cathedral is just as impressive as the interior, with its soaring towers and intricate stone carvings. Visitors can also enjoy views of the city from the top of the Giralda, the cathedral’s bell tower.

TOP TIP – You can book a combined guided tour which includes the Cathedral, Giralda & Alcazar which also comes with a queue jump

Opening Hours:

Monday – Saturday 10:45 to 18:30 / Sunday 14:30 to 18:30

Entrance Cost:

€11 for Adults / €6 for Kids and Seniors / Children Under 13 Go Free.

You can buy your tickets from the official website here.

How To Get There:

Located just to the north of the Royal Alcazar in the city centre

3. La Giralda

Best For:  History, Culture and Architecture

Time Required:  0.5  hours

la giralda best things to see in seville spain

The Giralda is the bell tower of Seville Cathedral and is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city. It was originally built as a minaret for a mosque in the 12th century but was later converted into a bell tower when the cathedral was constructed in the 15th century.

Visitors can climb to the top of the Giralda for sweeping views of Seville, Spain. The tower has 34 bells, which ring every 15 minutes. You can also see the original Moorish architecture when you’re up close to the tower.

Oh, and once you make it to the top, prepare yourself for some of the best views across the whole of the city. It really is something special, making it one of my favourites things to do in Seville Spain.

If you have purchased a ticket for the Cathedral, then this will include entrance into La Giralda too.

Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday: 9:30 – 16:00 / Sunday: 14:30 – 18:00

Entrance Cost:

Free with a ticket to the Seville Cathderal

How To Get There:

La Giralda is joined to the cathedral and you can find it to the east of it

4. Walk the Plaza de España

Best For: Explorers / History, Architecture and Culture

Time Required:  1 – 2 hours

plaza de espana best thing to see in seville spain

The Plaza de España is one of Seville’s most iconic landmarks. This large square was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition World’s Fair. The beautiful plaza is adorned with intricate tile work, fountains, and sculptures. Visitors can also take a boat ride around the moat that surrounds the plaza.

The Plaza de España is a great place to relax and soak up the atmosphere of Seville. There are plenty of benches where you can sit and people watch, or you can take a stroll around the square. You can also find several restaurants and cafes dotted around just outside the plaza if you wanted to stop off for a bite to eat, or better still, pack you’re own picnic and head down to the grassy area of the adjoined Parque de Maria Luisa.

It really is a fantastic place to pass a few hours of the day. The plaza area is filled with mostly iconic government buildings that are staggeringly beautiful and drenched in the golden rays of the sun. Enjoy a romantic walk with your loved one or lap up the sights, and bustling open spaces with your friends and family during your visit to Seville, Spain.

It’s definitely not an attraction you want to miss during your trip, and well worthy of its place in this “best things to do in Seville Spain” travel guide.

Opening Hours:

Open all day, every day

Entrance Cost:

Free entry

How To Get There:

You can find the Plaza de Espana on the east side of the river just south of the Royal Alcazar

5. Visit The Maria Luisa Park

Best For:  City Break / Downtime / Nature Walk

Time Required:  1 – 4 hours

explore maria luisa park as its one of the best things to do in seville spain

If you’re looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of Seville, then head to Maria Luisa Park. This large public park is filled with shady trees, fountains, and sculptures, and is the largest green space in central Seville, Spain.

This large park was once the grounds of the close-by San Telmo Palace back in the 16th century, but was generously donated and given to the city by Infanta Luisa Fernanda in 1911 when it received a redesign and reshaped to as you see it today.

It’s a large park stretching for almost 1 km in length, so there is plenty of green, open space to go around. Pack a picnic and find your perfect spot under a shady tree, and watch the afternoon pass you by away from the madness of the city.

Visitors can rent bicycles or take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the park. The park is also a great place to people watch, as it’s often filled with locals and tourists alike.

The park also houses a couple of different museums, including the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions and the Archaeological Museum, as well as a number of other points of interest such as Leones Garden, Monte Gurugu and the Estanque de los Lotos.

Maria Luisa Park is open daily from sunrise to sunset. Admission to the park is free to enjoy all day long….and I think it should definitely be enjoyed. It’s a fantastic place to see while visiting Seville

Opening Hours:

Open from sunrise to sunset

Entrance Cost:

Free entry

How To Get There:

In the centre of the city, a short walk south from the Cathedral and adjoined to the Plaza de Espana

6. Visit The Museum Of Arts And Traditions

Best For:  History & Culture / Museum Vibes

Time Required:  1 – 2 hours

the museum of arts and traditions in seville spain

Following on from Maria Luisa Park, you will find the Museum of Arts and Traditions inside the park on the east side.

The museum is housed in an old pavilion that was built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition and contains a large collection of folk art from Seville and other parts of Andalusia.

The museum has three main sections: pottery, textiles, and furniture. There is also a section on bullfighting, as this is an important part of Andalusian culture.

The museum is small, but it’s definitely worth a visit if you’re interested in learning about the local culture and traditions whilst visiting Seville.

Opening Hours:

The Museum of Arts and Traditions is open Tuesday to Saturday from 09:00 to 21:00, and Sundays from 09:00 to 15:00. The museum is closed on Mondays.

Entrance Cost:

Admission is free for EU citizens, and €1.50 for non-EU citizens.

How To Get There:

Benalmadena Marina is to the west of Playa Malapesquera at the seafront, nestled between Benalmadena and La Carihuela

7. Explore The Triana Neighbourhood

Best For:  Explorers / City Walk / Culture & History

Time Required:  2 – 3 hours

triana neighbourhood best places to visit in seville spain

The Triana neighbourhood is located on the west bank of the Guadalquivir River, across from the city centre. This historic neighbourhood is known for its pottery, ceramics, and bullfighting culture.

Triana was once its own separate town, but it was annexed by Seville in the 15th century. The neighbourhood has its own distinct atmosphere and is definitely worth exploring during your visit to Seville, Spain.

There are a number of sights to see in Triana, and some great places to start should include:

The Triana neighbourhood is also home to a number of fantastic bars and restaurants, so it’s a great place to grab a bite to eat or have a drink.

If you’re interested in learning about the bullfighting culture of Seville, then you can visit the Museo Taurino (Bullfighting Museum) which is located in Triana.

Walking into the bullring here really is quite the experience, so make sure you get here and check it out. It’s one of the best places to see in Seville Spain with the real roots of the city on full display here

Opening Hours:

The Museo Taurino is open from 9.30am every day, and closes between 3.30pm and 9.30pm depending on the day of the week

Entrance Cost:

Entrance cost is €10, but you can get it for €8 if you have purchased the sightseeing bus tour.

How To Get There:

You can find the Triana Neighbourhood on the west bank of the river, just to the west of the Plaza de Espana

8. Eastbank Riverside Walk Of The Guadalquivir

Best For:  Explorers / City Walk / Culture & History

Time Required:  1 – 3 hours

riverside walk in seville

One of the best walks through this city is along the east bank of the Guadalquivir, which takes you past some of Seville’s most popular attractions and down towards the university of Seville.

The walk starts at Plaza de America and takes you past the Royal Pavilion, Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de Espana, and the Triana neighbourhood to the east.

You’ll see the locals jogging, skating or cycling along the riverside throughout the whole day, enjoying the warm weather and iconic sights that stretch all around.

You’ll get some great views of Seville along the way, so make sure you bring your camera.

The walk is around four kilometres in total and takes around an hour to complete at a leisurely pace.

9. Take The Hop-On-Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus

Best For:  Explorers / City Tour / Short on Time

Time Required:  Full Day

sightseeing tour bus best things to do in seville spain

If you’re pressed for time during your visit to Seville, then I can’t think of a better way to squeeze all of the main points of interest into one day than purchasing the red sightseeing bus ticket.

Explore the whole city at your own pace when you will be able to hop on and off as much as you want and whenever you want. If you’re wondering what to do in Seville, then this sightseeing bus makes the decisions super easy with its list of popular stops.

A ticket is valid for a 24 hour period which should give you plenty of time to get around the whole city, hop off at the main attractions, and hop back on again to head to the next.

There is even an audio guide included in multiple languages so you’ll learn about all of the attractions and points of interest along the way.

> Pick up your Hop-On-Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus ticket here

10. Enjoy The Tablaos & Flamenco Shows

Best For:  Culture & Tradition / Cultural Show

Time Required:  1 – 1.5 hrs

seville flamenco show

Flamenco is an important part of Seville’s culture and history, and you can’t come to this city without seeing a traditional flamenco show.

With the flamenco show originating in Andalusia, it is a firm part of the “Gitanos” heritage in this southern region of Spain. The passionate performances are tangled with roots in Indian, Arabic and Spanish culture and everyone should experience a flamenco show at least once in their life.

It all starts with a steady clap from the performer, followed by an expressionless dancer entering the stage. Then comes the stamping feet that grow in intensity, as does the clapping. The song and dance follow, and the emotions start to stir and grow. The whole experience really is incredibly moving.

There are a number of tablaos (flamenco clubs) located around the city, where you can enjoy an authentic flamenco performance with some delicious Spanish food and drink.

Some of the best tablaos in Seville include:

  • Casa de la Memoria – most probably the most famous flamenco show in the city of Seville. Spaces run out fast so book yours early. Runs everyday for 1hr and 6pm.
  • Los Gallos – shows have been going on here since 1966 and run for 1hr and 15 minutes every day at 7pm and 8.45pm
  • Museo del Baile Flamenco – a super cool venue with 3 shows running every day at 5pm, 7pm and 8.45pm for 1 hour.

Flamenco is an incredibly passionate and emotional art form, and it’s definitely something you need to see while you’re in Seville.

You can see the passion on every performer’s face as they clap, stamp, dance and spin. It really is an incredibly moving experience, and if you have never seen one before then you will need to during your visit to Seville, Spain.

11. Visit The Archaelogical Museum

Best For:  Museums / History, Culture & Archeology

Time Required:  1 – 2 hrs

archeological museum one of the best things to do in seville spain

The Archaeological Museum is one of the most important museums in Seville and houses an extensive collection of Roman and Moorish artifacts.

The museum is located in the Plaza de América, in the Parque de María Luisa. It was originally built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and now contains over 30,000 pieces.

The museum is divided into two main sections: the Roman section and the Moorish section. The Roman section contains a number of mosaics, sculptures and ceramics from the Roman period. The Moorish section contains a number of artifacts from the Moorish period, including pottery, metalwork and textiles.

The Archaeological Museum is a must-visit for anyone interested in the history of this incredible city, and it is definitely one of the best museums in Seville.

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Opening Hours:

  • September to June – Tuesday – Saturday 9:00 – 21:00 / Sunday 9:00 – 15:00 / Monday Closed
  • July to August – Tuesday – Sunday 9:00 – 15:00 / Monday Closed

Entrance Cost:

EU citizens go free (must show identity card) / Non-EU €1.50

How To Get There:

The Archeological Museum is inside Maria Luisa Park at the south

12. Visit The Museum Of Fine Arts

Best For:  Museums / History, Culture & Art

Time Required:  1 – 2 hrs

archeological museum one of the best things to do in seville spain

Seville certainly comes with a rich history and cultural heritage, so it shouldn’t come as a real surprise then that this city is brimming with fine art collections.

And the Museum of Fine Arts is one of the best places to get your cultural fix.

This museum is housed in what was once the Convento de Santa Isabel, a 16th-century convent located in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood.

The museum has a wide range of art on display, including paintings, sculptures, and other works from the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.

Most of the pieces on display here come from the monasteries and convents from all over the city and are often religious pieces. They were brought here and placed on display in the 19th century where they have remained ever since.

Wander around the museum, enjoy the tranquil courtyards, and immerse yourself in series of fantastic artwork.

Opening Hours:

The Museum of Fine Arts is open Tuesday to Saturday from 09:00 to 21:00, and Sundays from 09:00 to 15:00. The museum is closed on Mondays.

Entrance Cost:

Admission is free for EU citizens, and €1.50 for non-EU citizens.

How To Get There:

The Museum of Fine Arts is in the city centre, about 1km north of the cathedral

13. Climb Metropol Parasol

Best For:  City Walk / Architecture & Design

Time Required:  0.5 hrs

metropol seville best things to see in seville spain

Metropol Parasol is a must-visit for anyone visiting Seville. This giant wooden structure is located in the Plaza de la Encarnación, and was only recently completed in 2011.

The structure consists of six parasols, which provide shade and protection from the sun. It also has an elevated walkway, which offers stunning views of the city and is a popular attraction with tourists.

The Metropol Parasol is a great place to escape the heat, and an awesome place to capture some cool photos, and is well worth its spot on my “best things to do in Seville, Spain” list.

How To Get There:

You can find the Metropol in the city centre just to the north of the Cathedral

14. Eat Your Way Through Traditional Tapas

Best For:  Foodies / Lunch / Dinner

Time Required:  1 hr +

best tapas in seville spain

Tapas are small plates of food that are typically served with drinks in bars and pubs. They originated in Spain, and have since become a popular dish all over the world.

Seville is the perfect place to try traditional tapas, as this is where they originated. There are countless bars and restaurants all over the city that serve tapas, so you really are spoilt for choice here during your visit.

Some of the most popular tapas dishes include Spanish omelette (tortilla española), patatas bravas (potatoes in a spicy sauce), and pulpo a la gallega ( octopus with potatoes).

Below are my 4 favourite tapas restaurants in Seville:

  1. La Brunilda – best papas bravas you are ever going to taste. Tradtional recipes with a modern twist. Regardsed by many as the best so don’t miss this palce
  2. Bodeguita Romero – Best for albondigas (meatballs). Located i the heart of the city and a super busy tapas bar with locals throughout the whole day.
  3. Bodega Santa Cruz – A historic tapas bar, bursting with live. Came for a drink and a free plate of tapas, but good luck finding a seat here!
  4. El Rinconcillo – THE oldest tapas bar in the whole city, dating back to 1670. Fantastic spot, but a little pricier than the others (but still worth it)

Get ready to fill up on some great traditional food and a glass of wine or beer. I know you;re going to love it

15. Get Lost In Barrio Santa Cruz

Best For:  City Walk / Explorers / History & Culture

Time Required:  1 – 2 hrs

explore barrio santa cruz in seville

Barrio Santa Cruz is one of the most charming and atmospheric neighbourhoods in Seville. This is a former Jewish Quarter that is now one of the most popular tourist areas in the city.

The streets are lined with orange trees, and there are plenty of hidden courtyards and alleyways to explore. This is a great neighbourhood to wander around, and you’ll find plenty of bars, restaurants, and shops to keep you busy.

Be sure to visit the Plaza de Santa Cruz, which is a beautiful square located in the centre of the neighbourhood. This is one of my favourite places to see in Seville, Spain, and a great spot to relax with a drink or bite to eat.

How To Get There:

You can find Barrio de Santa Cruz in the city centre just to the north of the Royal Alcazar

16. Visit Casa De Pilatos

Best For:  History, Culture & Architecture / Museum

Time Required:  1 – 2 hrs

best thing to do in seville spain is casa de pilatos

Casa de Pilatos is a beautiful palace located in the centre of Seville. This is one of the best-preserved examples of Andalusian architecture, and it’s definitely worth a visit during your time in the city.

The palace was built in the 15th century, and it has since been home to a number of important families. The Mudejar-Gothic and Renaissance architecture is super impressive, where you can also visit collections of sculptures and classic antiques that are on display inside.

Today, the palace is open to the public, and you can explore the beautiful gardens, courtyards, and rooms inside, and well worth the visit during your trip to Seville, Spain.

An Audio guide is included and is available in multiple languages.

Opening Hours:

Winter (November to March): 9:00 – 18:00

Summer (April to October): 9:00 – 19:00

Entrance Cost:

Tickets to the palace costs from €8.50 per person. You can buy your tickets online here

How To Get There:

Casa de Pilatos is in the city centre around 500m north east of the cathedral

17. Take A Boat Ride On The River

Best For:  Adventure / Seeing The City From Different Perspective

Time Required:  1 – 3 hrs

what to do in seville spain

Seville is located on the banks of the River Guadalquivir, and taking a boat ride is a great way to see the city from a different perspective.

There are a number of boat tour companies that operate in Seville, and most of them offer hour-long tours that take you past some of the city’s most famous landmarks.

This is a great way to relax and enjoy the views, and it’s also a great option if you’re travelling with kids as they’re sure to love it too.

There are different options available, some with food and drinks included that run for 2+ hours, or others shorter ones that last just an hour. Either way, both are fantastic options for breaking up your day and getting you on the water and doing something a little different

Prices for a Seville boat tour start at around €12 per person and you can buy your tickets here.

18. Explore The Palacio De Las Duenas

Best For:  History, Culture and Museum Lovers

Time Required:  2 hrs

palacio de las duenas great thing to do when visiting seville spain

The Palacio de las Duenas is a beautiful palace located in Seville. It’s a fantastic example of Andalusian architecture, and it’s definitely worth the add to your itinerary during your visit to Seville.

The palace was built in the 15th century, and it has since been home to a number of important families. The Mudejar-Gothic and Renaissance architecture is super impressive, where you can also visit collections of sculptures and classic antiques that are on display inside.

You can buy tickets at the entrance or in advance from the official website.

Opening Hours:

  • April – Septemeber: 10:00 – 20:00
  • October to March – 10:00 – 18:00

Entrance Cost:

€12 Adults / €10 Children 6-16 years old, Pensioners, Students / Free For Under 6s

How To Get There:

You can find this beautiful palace just to the north east of the city centre

19. Spend The Day At Isla Magica Theme Park & Water Park

Best For:  Thrill Seekers / Water Park Lovers

Time Required:  5 – 8 hrs

isla magica theme park fun things to do in seville

Isla Magica is Seville’s theme park while Agua Magica is the waterpark, and is the perfect place to bring the kids…or just bring out the big kid in you for the day.

The waterpark has a range of different attractions, including slides, pools, and a river rapids, with the theme park hosting some adrenaline-fuealled rollercoasters and attractions to get the heart pumping and palms sweating

There is also an area for younger children, as well as plenty of places to eat and drink. It’s a great day out for everyone, and the waterpark as just perfect for cooling off on those hotter summer afternoons when things get a little too heated around the city.

The waterpark is located inside of Isla Magica and doesn’t have a separate entrance, but you will need to buy a Aqua Magica ticket to enter the waterpark. You can either buy just the Isla Magica ticket for entrance to the theme park, or you can buy a combined ticket for entry to both which works out a better value.

If you are driving here, it’s worth noting that the parking is an additional €10 for the day.

TOP TIP – if you go on a Friday, you can save up to €10 on ticket prices

Opening Hours:

11:00 – 23:00 (Afternoon tickets start from 17:00)

Entrance Cost:

  • Full Day Isla Magica Tickets: Adults €35 / Children & Seniors €23
  • Half Day Isla Magica Tickets (Entry after 5pm): Adults €14.90 / Children & Seniors €12
  • Entry To Agua Magica(Isla Magica Ticket Required): Adults €14.90 / Children & Seniors €12
  • Full Day Combined Tickets: Adults €44 / Children & Seniors €32

How To Get There:

Isla Magic and the waterpark are around 2km north of the city centre

Best Day Trips From Seville

20. Day Trip To Cordoba From Seville

Distance: 140km, 1.5hr drive or 45min by train

cordaba best day trip from seville to cordaba

Cordoba is one of the most popular day trips from Seville, and it’s easy to see why. It has a wealth of history and culture, and is even home to a UNESCO World Heritage site, with some of the most impressive Moorish architecture in all of Spain.

The Mezquita is the standout attraction, which was originally a mosque before being converted into a cathedral. It’s a stunning building of grandure, and it’s definitely worth the visit.

Other attractions in Cordoba include the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Roman bridge, and the Juderia (Jewish quarter).

The best way to get to Cordoba from Seville is by train, which takes around 45 minutes. You can also make the drive yourself if you rent a car and will take around 1.5hrs to make the 140km drive.

 

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Top 20 Things To Do And See In Seville Spain

  • Visit the Alcázar of Seville
  • Seville Cathedral
  • La Giralda
  • Walk the Plaza de España
  • Visit The Maria Luisa Park
  • Visit The Museum Of Arts And Traditions
  • Explore The Triana Neighbourhood
  • Eastbank Riverside Walk Of The Guadalquivir
  • Take The Hop-On-Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus
  • Enjoy The Tablaos & Flamenco Shows
  • Visit The Archealogical Museum
  • Visit The Museum Of Fine Arts
  • Climb Metropol Parasol
  • Eat Your Way Through Traditional Tapas
  • Get Lost In Barrio Santa Cruz
  • Visit Casa De Pilatos
  • Take A Boat Ride On The River
  • Explore The Palacio De Las Duenas
  • Splash Around In Isla Magica Waterpark
  • Day Trip To Cordoba From Seville

 

FAQ

 

How many days do I need in Seville?

I would recommend at least three days in Seville, since there is so much to see and do here. Even then, it would still be quite a rush, so four or five days would be even better so that you can really explore all the city has to offer and slow the pace down a little.

 

How do I get to Seville?

The best way to get to Seville is by flying into the city’s airport, which is located about 12km from the city center. There are also a few other airports nearby that you can fly into, such as Jerez Airport (which is about 100km away) or Granada Airport (which is about 250km away).

 

Does Seville have good nightlife?

Yes, Seville definitely has good nightlife! There are a lot of bars and clubs to choose from, so you’ll definitely be able to find one that suits your taste. And if you’re looking for something a little more low-key, there are also plenty of restaurants and cafes that stay open late.

 

What is Seville famous for?

Some of the things that Seville is famous for include its architecture, its food, and its Flamenco dancing. The city is also known for being very passionate and romantic, which makes it a popular destination for couples.

 

What is the best time to visit Seville?

The best time to visit Seville depends on what you’re looking for. If you want to avoid the crowds, then the best time to visit would be in the off-season (between October and April). However, if you don’t mind the crowds and you want to experience Seville at its liveliest, then visiting during the summer months (May to September) would be a better option.

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