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Alcázar of Seville Early Morning Guided Tour
This tour takes visitors through Seville’s Royal Alcázar, a UNESCO site that dates from Moorish times. An informative guide will give an insight into the architecture and blend of influences on this vast fortress.
Guided Tour of Seville Cathedral and La Giralda
Led by an expert guide, this tour takes visitors through the world’s largest Gothic cathedral, a UNESCO-listed site where the remains of Christopher Columbus are kept. There’s also the chance to climb La Giralda bell tower and enjoy panoramic views of Seville.
Seville Highlights Bike Tour
A three-hour bike tour which takes riders to the city’s hotspots and highlights. An informative guide will point out important landmarks such as the Palace of San Telmo, Plaza de España and the 15th-century cathedral.
Santa Cruz Jewish Quarter Tour
A guided tour of Seville’s historic Jewish Quarter, giving visitors a chance to learn all about the city’s intriguing past, from the Middle Ages to the present day. Highlights include Plaza del Triunfo, Jardines de Murillo and the Roman ruins of Italica.
Eco Boat River Cruise
This eco-friendly boat tour along the river Guadalquivir gives visitors the chance to see Seville from a unique perspective, taking in historic landmarks such as Torre del Oro and Plaza de Toros. A guide will share interesting facts and anecdotes along the way.
Hop-On Hop Hop-Off Bus Tour - 24-Hour Ticket
This 24-hour ticket lets visitors explore the beautiful city of Seville at their leisure. A full bus tour will lasts around 75 minutes, but passengers have the freedom to hop on and off at any stop. Onboard commentary is also provided. The main stops on the bus tour are as follows: Paseo de Colón, Plaza de España, Plaza de América, San Jacinto/Triana, Macarena/Murallas, Torre de los Perdigones, Alameda de Hércules and Plaza del Duque. Buses depart every 20 to 30 minutes from each stop. At the 'end' of the tour, the bus will return to the first departure point.
Ensegway - Segway Tour of Seville
This Segway tour of Seville gives riders a chance to explore the city in a fun and unique way. Highlights include the Jewish Quarter, the Alcázar of Seville and the Torre del Oro. A guide will reveal local legends and interesting facts along the way.
Seville Cathedral and Giralda Tower Guided Tour
Once you enter the Cathedral of Santa María de la Sede, you will see the tomb which is said to hold Christopher Columbus’ remains are. This, along with several other works by Goya, Murillo, Zurbarán and others, are at your disposal to visit and learn more about. This guided tour will also tell you about the events of the conquest of Seville, leading to the replacement of the 12th-century mosque for this massive Gothic cathedral. Finally, you will climb 34 sloping ramps and reach the top of UNESCO's World Heritage Giralda bell tower and enjoy panoramic views over Seville.
Triana Market Tour
This tour through Triana Market will open your eyes to Andalusian and Spanish cuisine. Your guide will teach you about the region’s finest ingredients such as Iberian ham, authentic saffron and Moorish olives while introducing you to local vendors.
The Secrets of Maria Luisa
Stroll through Maria Luisa park with a knowledgeable guide to discover the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and learn about life in Seville. The park hides many secrets and curiosities that go unnoticed to the raw eye. Explore numerous fountains, pavilions, statues and ponds surrounded by palm trees and pines. The tour will go through the Plaza de España, la Plaza de America and ends at the Lotus Pond.
In the city centre
A mediaeval maze. Old Town is a tangled labyrinth of snaking passageways that hum with local bars. Grab a “caña” (small beer) at El Salvador Square, then dive into Seville’s illustrious history. The colossal cathedral and indulgent Alcázar Palace speak of competing legacies, as successive dynasties vied to put their architectural stamp on the city.
Places to stay from £10 per night
1.3 miles from city centre
Tip-top for tapas. This residential district is awash with excellent eateries. Start off with an up-market appetiser at Bar Yebra, then wander across to La Pastora, which is famed for its fried fish. Work off the calories with a wander to La Macarena Basilica, and join devout locals as they murmur Hail Marys to the weeping Macarena Virgin.
Places to stay from £23 per night
0.9 miles from city centre
New-fangled Nervión. This area’s been in a state of constant renovation for years. Its wide avenues are lined with office blocks, where sharp-suited businesspeople stride in and out. The mood changes on match days. Sevilla FC’s famously ebullient supporters fill the Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium with deafening cheers and jeers. Footy fans can’t miss it.
Places to stay from £22 per night
0.6 miles from city centre
Olé! Triana fizzes with folklore. It’s here that flamenco music took off, and no trip to Seville is complete without a visit to Calle Betis’ authentic “tablaos” (flamenco bars). To dig into Triana’s chequered past, go to Castillo San Jorge. Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition’s old HQ to have transformed into a museum about its dastardly deeds.
Places to stay from £13 per night
0.9 miles from city centre
Roll up, roll up! Once a year, all eyes turn to Los Remedios, when Seville’s legendary April Fair rolls into town. Impatient locals have spent a whole year waiting for this moment. It’s a whirl of colour, as people meet, greet and eat in true Sevillano style. Dig out that frilly dress and dust down your castanets – it’s party time!
Places to stay from £44 per night
In Seville, not only is the weather hot and sunny for most of the year, but the city is bursting with colour. Think ripe oranges dangling from green trees, golden sandstone buildings adorned in blue and white tiles, and glasses of red wine served with Manchego cheese.
Known as ‘Sevilla’ in Spanish, this historic city is best explored on foot. Soak up the laid-back vibes along the banks of River Guadalquivir, or stroll along the footpaths of María Lucía Park to Plaza de España Square. Located on the park’s edge, this magnificent square flaunts a variety of architectural styles, and four bridges that represent each of Spain’s ancient kingdoms. You can hire a rowing boat and slowly make your way along the curved moat that runs beneath them.
The Andalusian capital is also home to Spain’s largest cathedral. Be sure to get a good look at the Gothic-style exterior before entering to see the tomb of none other than Christopher Columbus. And you can find peace in the neighbouring Alcázar of Seville – a grand and iconic example of Mudéjar architecture, with its beautiful mosaic-tiled interior and sumptuous gardens known for their cascading fountains.
Seville hums with energy at night, from crowded tapas bars to nightly performances at the Flamenco Museum – a gorgeous 18th-century building built on the foundations of an old Roman temple.
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|Most popular time to visit||March–May|
|Cheapest time to visit||June–August|
|Local currency||€ 10 = £8.77|
|Average weekend price||£91 per night|
|Average weekday price||£97 per night|
|Typical stay||2 nights|
Севилья в первой половине мая необычайно колоритна. Местные жители находятся в состоянии праздника: выгуливают семьи в национальных костюмах, танцуют на улицах, запрягают лошадок. Город в цвету, погода не самая жаркая. Одно из самых волшебных впечатлений в путешествиях!
The architecture was lovely with the oldest gothic cathedral in the world - go and see you won’t be disappointed. The food was hit and miss but inexpensive four could eat and drink for well under €100 including wine. Shops do not open on Sunday apart from tourist shops. Watch your footing pavements quiet uneven but lovely cobbled streets.
Musuem flamenco a must so atmospheric Alcazar a must Walk the whole city very easy Very good temperatures Tapas very high standard and cheap 3 EUR a plate Vino blonco and tinto the best Beautiful architecture
Great city keeping traditions and offering the best ambience. Nice old buildings and monuments everywhere. Trip on a boat recommended to get a general idea. Get to restairants and bars early or no chance to sit in.
A beautiful city full of wonderful buildings and architecture. Plenty to do and see pre book the alcazar and visit without a guide. Use the sightseeing hop on hop off bus and work out what you want to see. 2 nights was not enough to see it all. Include a trip over the river to Triana and see the pottery factories. Take good walking shoes and at the end if the day just hopping into a taxi back to the hotel will not break the bank.
Great friendly place , lots of historic places to see with old narrow streets to amble through( Jewish quarter ) . An abundance of tapas bars where every meal is fab , lots of plaza and narrow street cafes to sit and relax and watch the world go by . Good sites to see , the cathedral , the palace , the bull ring , plaza de espana and even shopping if that’s what you like . It won’t disappoint and it’s hot and sunny 😎
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Hard Rock Cafe Seville
No trip to Seville’s Hard Rock Cafe is complete without trying one of the amazing Legendary® Burgers. You can sit back and enjoy its delicious flavour, surrounded by authentic rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia. The restaurant is located in a historic palace built in 1761 – one of the city’s most impressive buildings.
Flamenco show and drink at El Palacio Andaluz
El Palacio Andaluz, located next to the emblematic district of La Macarena, is one of Spain's finest flamenco venues. This elegant, spacious, and airy building ensures a direct view of the stage, where you can enjoy flamenco in its purest form. El Palacio Andaluz presents a traditional flamenco adaptation of the opera, Carmen, with the best flamenco dancers of the moment. You can choose to accompany the show with either a drink, a tapas dinner or an à la carte dinner. Menu options: Option 1: flamenco & a drink, which can be wine, beer, water, soda, juice or combined drinks Option 2: flamenco & Tapas Dinner, which includes assorted tapas items, chef's selection of desserts, coffee, wine, and mineral water. Option 3: flamenco & Dinner à la carte, a four-course meal with a chef's selection of appetisers, starters, mains, and desserts, followed by coffee, wine and mineral water