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Seville is the capital and largest city, also considered as one of the the best places to visit in this region of Andalusia.

Holiday to Seville is one of the most popular cities of not just this region, but also of the country. A number of tourists frequent this city to enjoy all that is on offer – there is culture to be experienced and cuisine to be relished that cannot be found anywhere else.

A holiday in Seville offers the beautiful architecture, Andalusia’s capital is a city rich with Moorish heritage. This is visible in everything from the colourful painted tiles that adorn many buildings, to the lobed arches of the palaces and of course the iconic Giralda tower, which was once a minaret.

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Spanish

Time Zone

GMT+1.00

Avg. Flight Time

2h 45m

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All Year Round

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MORE ABOUT SEVILLE

Visit La Giralda
Visit La Giralda

An enduring emblem for Seville, the Giralda is the bell-tower right next-door to the Cathedral, and you can purchase a ticket for both attractions. It has Moorish origins, being the minaret for the former mosque. What’s unusual about the tower is that 34 ramps lead to the top instead of a stairway. This was so that Muezzin who led the call to prayer could ride his horse up the tower instead of walking. To break up the monotony of the climb there are regular archaeological exhibits on the way up and at the top the view is even better than you could hope for.

Plaza de Espana
Plaza de Espana

This colossal monument was built for the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929 and stands within the Maria Luisa Park. It’s a semi-circular plaza edged by a canal and overlooked by a large, curved palace. The palace contains many of the city’s administrative buildings, but the reason to visit is to walk beneath the gallery. You’ll see busts of important national figures but also little installations for every province in Spain. Using typical Sevillian azulejos,  these displays showcase details like the local food and famous monuments in each part of the country.

Tablaos and Flamenco Shows
Tablaos and Flamenco Shows

No matter the time of year you can be sure that there will be flamenco shows happening across the city on any evening. A tablao is a good way to watch a show, with live musicians and either a bar or restaurant service. If you’re staying near the Cathedral then Tablao El Arenal would be a good option, with two performances a night and a choice of tapas or full dinner.
People visiting Seville in spring or autumn can catch the Peñas de Guardia, a series of shows organised for local  flamenco talent.

Tapas
Tapas

Seville is the home of tapas, and the alleys and twisting streets around the Cathedral, Ayuntamiento building and the riverside have tons of tapas bars. What’s fun is the way many of these joints will have one or two specialities, so an evening can be a crawl from bar to bar, with something delicious to try at each stop. This can be patatas bravas (spicy potatoes), chipirones (deep-fried baby squid), queso manchego, cured ham, oxtail stew, and prawns with garlic.