If you want a really authentic Andalucían adventure, book flights to Seville. Seville is an absolutely gorgeous city, right down to the sweet aroma of orange blossom that permanently scents the air as it drifts from the city’s famous orange groves. Seville encapsulates a lot of what we see as quintessentially ‘Spanish’ – if it had a soundtrack, it would be the dreamy finger-picking of a Spanish guitar. The people are relaxed and take their pleasure very seriously indeed; it’s the home of bullfighting and the birthplace of fiery flamenco; and it’s a city where you are guaranteed the finest Andalucían cuisine and the warmest Andalucían sunshine. Book flights to Seville with Ryanair.
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Today’s Seville is not a world centre, but it is a lively place, definitely worth exploring. Some of the sights include the Moorish castle of Alcazar, the former upper-class neighbourhood of Santa Cruz, the promenades along the Guadalquivir river, the rougher Macarena neighbourhood with its Baroque churches, and the oldest bar in Spain, El Rinconcillo. The city’s gigantic Parque de Maria Luisa is worth visiting, as are the bohemian chic bars in the Alameda de Hércules district.
Cathedral Santa María de la Sede

This is the third-largest cathedral in Europe. It was originally built as a mosque in the 12th-century and its 328 feet high minaret is now the Giralda clock tower. Christopher Columbus is buried inside the cathedral.

​Address: Avenida de la Constitución, 41004 Seville​Phone: +34 902099692​Website: www.catedraldesevilla.es
Plaza de Espana

This amazing massive building is the most impressive sight after the cathedral and is a most see when visiting Seville. It is located in the stunning Maria Luisa Park and was built for the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, held in Seville.The style of this amazing building is inspired by the Renaissance with characteristic elements from the city: exposed brick and ceramics. Fun fact to know if you are a Star War fan; Plaza de España has been used for some of the scenes of episode II of George Lucas' Star Wars saga Attack of the clones.

​Address: Parque de Maria Luisa, Seville
Los Gallos Flamenco Show

The singing, dancing and flamenco guitar is so captivated; you have not experience the true spirit and soul of Seville if you have not been on a flamenco show. Los Gallos Flamenco Show have been entertaining their guests ever since 1966 and offers outstanding shows with top class artists. This place is the most recognized and respected internationally.

​Address: Plaza de Santa Cruz 11, 41004 Sevilla​Phone: +34 954 21 69 81​Website: www.tablaolosgallos.com
Alcázar of Seville

It is easy to mistake this for a Moorish palace, but it was built for King Pedro the Cruel in the 1360’s - by Moorish builders. The upper levels are still used by the royal family.

​Address: Plaza del Triunfo​Website: www.patronato-alcazarsevilla.es
Santa Cruz Quarter

Stroll around in the heart of Seville and enjoy the charm of Santa Cruz quarter with its winding alleys, its picturesque houses and its small squares. It is located in the old part of the city and without any doubt the most popular and crowded quarter in Seville. This is also where you can see important tourist attractions like Cathedral, the Giralda, the Royal Alcázar, the Murillo´ s gardens and the Archivo de Indias.

​Address: Santa Cruz Quarter
Semana Santa

During Easter, Seville is transformed into a photographer’s paradise. Processions with the Virgin Mary and Jesus, the Nazarenos asking for penance, and colourful, but not necessarily well-tuned, orchestras.

Sevilla Bike Tour

This is a great way to get an overview of the city sights, while doing something healthy at the same time! There are no strenuous hills and as long as you don’t suffer from any health problems, this is the way to go.

​Address: Calle Arjona 8, 41001 Seville​Phone: +34 954 562 625​Website: www.sevillabiketour.com
Museo de Bellas Artes

This museum, located in a former convent, has several masterpieces in its collections. Works by Goya, Murillo, Millian and Ribera share the space with modern art exhibitions.

​Address: Plaza del Museo 9​Phone: +34 954 22 07 90​Website: www.museodebellasartesdesevilla.es
Maria Luisa Park

Maria Luisa Park is designed like the Plaza de España in a mix of 1920's Art Deco and mock Mudejar and is one of the largest parks in Seville. This park is beautifully decorated with plenty of ceramic-tiled benches, fountains, pools, statues and monuments. However, travellers often head straight to the star attraction of the park; the Plaza de Espana.

​Address: Maria Luisa Park
Flamenco Dance Museum

Would you like to learn more aboute the magic world of flamenco dancing? Then head over to this musum. This is a must for all the tourists who would like to expereince and understand this amazing Andalusian culture. In this 18th-century building you can stroll around in different areas; the exhibition hall, the basement and dance studio.

​Address: C/ Manuel Rojas Marcos 3, 41 004 Seville​Phone: +34 954 34 03 11​Website: www.flamencomuseum.com
Golden Tower

Golden tower also called The Torre del Oro, is a historic watchtower which was constructed in the early 13th-century by the Almohades, who ruled over Andalusia. The tower was in fact a part of the city's defensive walls. Now it is one of Seville's most photographed landmarks.

​Address: Paseo del Colón
Macarena Basilique

When visiting Macarena Basilique, you will see one of the dearest treasures of Seville, the statue of la Virgen de la Esperanza (the Virgen of Hope), known as la Macarena, the same name as the quarter the church is on. The statue is a 17th-century wooden sculpture of Christ's mother mourning his death, covered in tears. Macarena basilica is a modern church in Neo-Baroque style and built between 1936 and 1941 by architect Gómez Millán.

​Address: Calle de Bécquer 1, 41002 Seville
Archeological Museum

Archeological Museum is said to be one of the best museums of its kind in Spain and it is located in the Maria Luisa Park. This is the place where you can enjoy artefacts dating back to the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. There is so much to see in this museum but be sure not to miss the Carambolo Treasure which is located in the section of the Phoenician colonisation.

​Address: Plaza de América, s/n 41013 Sevilla​Phone: +34 955 12 06 32​Website: www.museosdeandalucia.es
Isla Mágica

Isla Mágica is an exciting and modern amusement park with seven different themed areas representing different episodes in Spanish 16th-century history. This is the place where the whole family can enjoy themselves, ride the roller coaster, play miniature golf, try one of the four different water rides or explore the pirate ship.

​Address: Pabellón de España, Isla de la Cartuja, Avenida de los Descubrimientos, 41092 Sevilla​Phone: +34 902 16 17 16​Website: www.islamagica.es
Aire de Sevilla

Do you need to relax between all the sightseeing? Then head over to Aire de Sevilla and enjoy the Hammam experience in some of the nicest Baños Arabes (Arab baths) in all of Spain. This is the place where you can unwind with temperature baths or have a massage in a magical atmosphere.

​Address: Calle Aire, 15, 41004 Seville​Phone: +34 955 01 00 25​Website: www.airedesevilla.com
Life in Seville seems to revolve around meals. In other words, there is a huge selection of restaurants, though the selection is not as international as it is in Madrid or Barcelona.The best eateries are traditionally Andalusian, in both ambience and cuisine. The locals eat late and most restaurants start filling up after 22.00.
Egaña Oriza

José Mari Egaña is Basque, but serves modern Andalusian cooking. Try the lomos de lubina con salsa de erizos de mar (perch with sea urchin sauce) and solomillo con foie natural y salsa de ciruelas (fillet of beef with foie gras and plumb sauce).

​Address: Calle San Fernando 41, 41004 Seville​Phone: +34 95 422 72 54​Website: www.restauranteoriza.com
La Albahaca

La Albahaca is located by a quaint square in the Santa Cruz part of Seville. The space is decorated with tiles and antique oil paintings, and is very reminiscent of times gone by. The food, however, is contemporary, almost haute cuisine, with some Basque influences.

​Address: Plaza Santa Cruz 12, 41004 Seville​Phone: +34 95 422 07 14​Website: www.andalunet.com/la-albahaca
Taberna del Alabardero

This is the equivalent of Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Fifteen in London. A place where wayward youths learn to become master chefs and professional waiters. The menu is Neoclassical with ingredients from feudal days. For example, the Cordoba soup is served with both quail eggs and jabugo ham.

​Address: Calle Zaragoza 20, 41011 Seville​Phone: +34 95 450 27 21​Website: www.tabernadelalabardero.es
Enrique Becerra

Old family-owned Andalusian restaurant complete with a tiled bar. The kitchen creates refined versions of traditional home cooking, there is the pez espada al amontillado (swordfish with dark sherry) and exquisite side dishes such as espinaca con garbanzos (spinach with chick-peas).

​Address: Calle Gamazo 2, 41001 Sevilla​Phone: +34 95 421 30 49​Website: www.enriquebecerra.com
Salavador Rojo

This upscale restaurant is completely devoid of Andalusian features, except when it comes to the menu. Try the Cantabrian anchovy toast with grilled sweet paprika, or the vegetable soup with onion and ham crème.

​Address: Avenida Manuel Siurot 33​Phone: +34 95 422 97 25​Website: www.salvadorrojo.com
Tapas Bars

The Andalusian region, where Seville is located, is the birthplace of tapas and there are plenty of great places in the city to enjoy them—both in terms of atmosphere and for the food itself. Visit Calle Mateo Gago and try several tapas bars. La Fresquita is a hole-in-the-wall type place serving mini toasts with morcilla (blood sausage), and The Bodega Santa Cruz has a tasty tortilla. Bar Giralda in a former Moorish bathhouse is also worth a visit.


Becerrita is a fine dining restaurant and situated in the historic centre of Seville. The atmosphere can be descried as rustic with a traditional Andalusian feeling. You can only expect the best high quality service and indulge yourself in a wide variety of classic and innovative Andalusian cooking.

​Address: Calle Recaredo, 9, 41003 Seville​Phone: +34 954 412 057 ​Website: www.becerrita.com
Don Fadrique

Don Fadrique is located in front of the Macarena Basílica and offers fresh traditional cuisine with an international touch in a stylish atmosphere. On the menu you will find dishes like Iberian Pork Sirloin Meat, Ham and Mushrooms Sauce and Swordfish with Oyster Sauce. With your delicious food you can enjoy a glass of excellent wine.

​Address: Calle Don Fadrique 5-7-9, 41009 Seville​Phone: +34 954 904 000​Website: www.donfadrique.net
Restaurante Chino King Do

This family company was set up in Seville back in 1986 and is one of the best Chinese restaurants in town. When stepping into to this restaurant you will notice the friendly service and you might need some help to decide which dish to eat among the 120 dishes on the menu.

​Address: Calle Jose Laguillo 27, 41003 Seville​Phone: +34 954 541 387​Website: www.restaurantekingdo.com
La Piamontesa

La Piamontesa is an Italian restaurant and situated in the very heart of Seville. A very characteristic restaurant that offers high quality food which is served by friendly staff. You know you have found a good restaurant when you see more locals than tourists and you get big portions too.

​Address: Calle de Alfonso XII, 13, 41001 Seville​Phone: +34 954 212 257​Website: www.lapiemontesa.com
las Piletas

This seafood restaurant is situated just a few meters from the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Seville and specialising in Mediterranean and Andalusian cuisine. All dishes are prepared according to traditional recipes. You should try the sea bass or the roast shoulder of lamb (Paletilla de Cordero).

​Address: Calle Marques de Paradas 28, 41001 Seville​Phone: +34 954 220 404​Website: www.restaurantelaspiletas.com
Osteria L'Oca Giuliva

Even if Andalusian cuisine is quite the treat, you might desire more culinary variety during your stay in Seville. If you have a craving for Italian food, consider this charming restaurant in the Barrio Santa Cruz, offering homemade salads, pastas, crostones and pizzas. This place fills up quickly in the evening so you might need to make a reservation or if you are willing to wait about 15 minutes. With the attentive staff and the high quality food, you will not be disappointed.

​Address: Mateos Gago, 9, 41004 Seville​Phone: +34 954 214 030​Website: www.ocagiuliva.es
Taberna Don Cecilio

Taberna Don Cecilio is a popular restaurant with a good mix of locals and tourists. This small and local restaurant is located on a small side street across the river from the city centre, somewhat hard to find but definitely worth the trouble. When you arrive you can indulge yourself with delicious tapas and drink good wine for great value of money.

​Address: Manuel Pareja Obregon, Triana, 41010 Seville​Phone: +34 615 084 638

This is a innovative restaurant with intimate and unique style and one of those places that you should not miss. A restaurant where you can enjoy well prepared food made from fresh products in a friendly and laid-back ambiance. Contenedor is a small place that blends the best of Andalucia with a twist of Metropolian spirit.

​Address: C/San Luis 50, 41003 Seville​Phone: +34 954 916 333​Website: www.contenedorcultural.com
Meson Guadalquivir

At Meson Guadalquivir you can experience tasty cuisine made from the best products and drink good wine from the carefully selected wine list. The restaurant is located in the popular area of ​​Viapol, very close to the metro and tram San Bernardo. Among the specialties of the house are dishes such as tuna with tomatoes or shrimp ravioli and other culinary delights such as roast beef cheek, grilled baby squid with rice and aioli.

​Address: Calle Camilo Jose Cela, 1, 41018 Seville​Phone: +34 954 924 139​Website: www.restauranteguadalquivir.com
The locals in Seville are particular about their coffee. For example, they only have the café con leche for breakfast, often with a croissant. Mid-day they tend to have either an espresso, a café solo or a cortado, espressos with a drop or two of milk.
La Campana

This café is an institution in Seville. It’s also a great place for people-watching, especially on Saturday afternoons when it seems like the whole city comes here after their shopping sprees to devour pastries like the almond-filled lenguas de almendra.

​Address: Calle Sierpes 1​Phone: +34 95 422 35 70​Website: www.confiterialacampana.com
Chef Chaouen

It looks like a tourist trap, but is in fact a good Moroccan restaurant. Your senses will be convinced that you are in a teahouse somewhere in Tangier or Marrakesh. The menu has herbal teas, including a few that claim to do wonders for the drinker’s libido, milkshakes, liqueurs and Arabian cookies and sweets.

​Address: Calle Pelay Correa 83
Emperador Trajano

This is considered one of Seville’s trendiest cafés. Behind large windows and nestled in the sparse interior are the young fashion-conscious citizens of Seville. Have breakfast here and enjoy the rather amusing morning rush.

​Address: Calle Trajano 10, 41002 Seville​Phone: +34 95 490 5111
Torre de los Perdigones

The tower, 45 meters high, gives a great view of the city. From the beginning this tower was part of an ammunition factory. In the 1950’s the factory was closed down and in 2007 the Camera Obscura was built on the Tower of Perdigones.

​Address: C/Resolana s/n​Phone: +34 679 09 10 73​Website: www.torredelosperdigones.com​More info: Closed for vacation 3 - 17 August
Charlotte Café

Charlotte Café is a café chain and can be found across the whole Spain, one of them is located on the street Av de la Buhaira in Seville. Here you can have everything from coffee, tea, ice cream, cake, beer and cocktails. If you are feeling hungry they serve lighter meals like hamburger, pasta and pizza.

​Address: Av de la Buhaira, 10, 41018 Seville​Phone: +34 954 420 975​Website: www.charlottefranquicias.com
Seville is synonymous with nightlife, especially during the summer when people go out so late that the expression "early morning life" might be more appropriate. The party areas around Plaza Salvador Alfalfa Square don’t even get going until three or four in the morning. The hippest area right now is Alameda de Hércules. This is where you will find many bohemian chic bars and music clubs. As a tourist, one should visit a couple of flamenco bars. A good one is La Arenal, at the corner of Pagé de Corro and Antillano Campos. The Flamenco performed here is said to be true to its roots, spontaneous, and full of real emotion.
El Rinconcillo

Seville’s oldest bar has been in business since 1670, and the bill is still written in chalk on the bar. They also serve good tapas if you are feeling hungry.

​Address: Calle Gerona 40, 41003 Seville​Phone: +34 95 422 31 83​Website: www.elrinconcillo.es

From the beginning this was a street pub, and after several transformations, it is today a funky bar and club that continues to attract a crowd. The concept now is more lounge than pub.

​Address: Calle Zaragoza 33, 41001 Sevilla​Phone: +34 95 421 34 75​Website: www.bestiario.net
El Tremendo

El Tremendo is a famous cervecería in Santa Catalina that specializes in one thing, and one thing only: cold beer! The glasses are larger and the beer colder, and this attracts the crowds for after work or to get the night started. Tables are set up along the corner of the street and you mingle with the rest of the people standing up as there are no chairs!

​Address: Almirante Apodaca, 15​More info: District: Casco Antiguo - Neighbourhood: Encarnación-Regina
Sala Boss

Sala Boss - "Boss room" is a classic in the Seville nightlife. Theme parties, international Dj’s and concerts draw the crowds to this elegant night club.

​Address: Fortaleza 13, 41010 Seville​Phone: +34 95 499 01 04​Website: www.salaboss.es
Terraza Alfonso

Terraza Alfonso is one of the most famous night venues in Seville and located in the Park of Maria Luisa. It is a pleasant café during daytime and disco club outdoors at night. This is an ideal place to enjoy the summer nights and where you can dance until the wee hours of the morning. If you would like to learn to dance salsa then head over to this place, they provide free salsa lessons every evening.

​Address: Paseo Delicias, s/n, 41013 Seville​Phone: +34 607 556 533 ​Website: www.terrazaalfonso.com
Seville does not have the shopping of Barcelona or Madrid, but its diverse neighbourhoods still offer some interesting finds. Seville is for example a haven for shoe lovers. North of the La Geralda clock tower lies Seville’s largest shopping area, centred on Calle Sierpes and Tetuan. In addition to the shoe shops (including Camper and Ziro’s - who sell the Muxart brand), there are proper souvenir shops. Get your high quality shawls, hand fans and Sevilla hats from places like Juan Foronda, on Calle Virgen de los Reyes 3. They will also design a unique Flamenco dress for you. The working-class neighbourhood of Triana, on the opposite side of the river, is well-known for its ceramics market and tile havens such as Cerámica Santa Ana on Calle San Jorge 31. Over on Calle Rodrigo de Triana is La Casa del Cofrade, a must for every visitor to Seville. They create the traditional Nazareno robes worn during the Semana Santa. For more shoes, visit Calzados Mary Paz, on Avenida Santa Cecilia 23. The Alfalfa district is where the unholy alliance of antique stores and trendy galleries are found. There are also a handful of noteworthy fashion shops here, like Purificacion Garcia (on Calle Rioja 13), and Homeless (on Calle O’Donnell 16).
Seville Airport

Seville’s airport is located ten kilometres (six miles) northeast of the city. Several bus companies serve for the city and major hotels and takes twenty-minute to city centre. There is a taxi stand just outside the terminal. For car rental: Enterprises rent-a-car www.enterprise.es

​Website: www.aena.es
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