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Sevillanos are notoriously proud of their city and justifiably so. The home of flamenco music and bull fighting, life in this Andalucian metropolis revolves around tapas, Semana Santa (Holy Week) and Feria (Spring Fiesta). Think sun-drenched squares, romantic winding streets and fragrant orange blossoms. A city of greats, the third largest cathedral in the world – said to hold the remains of Christopher Colombus – finds it’s home in Seville. Spend time here and you’ll soon appreciate why Seville is consistently chosen as the backdrop of blockbusters, with Star Wars, the Game of Thrones series and Lawrence of Arabia all filmed throughout the city. The region that invented tapas also promises delectable bites of all shapes and sizes. Buen provecho!
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Our tips for Seville

  • Tapear. Tapas is taken so seriously in Seville that it even has its own vocabulary! To ‘tapear’ is to go out for tapas, ‘el tapeo’ describes the activity, and ‘un tapeador’ is a person who eats tapas. Seville specialities include Espinacas con Garbanzos (spinach and chickpeas spiced with cumin), Jamón Iberico de Bellota (a deliciously delicate and nutty ham) and Solomillo al Whisky (pork-loin with a whiskey, garlic and lemon sauce).
  • Put on your dancing shoes. Learn to flamenco from the best and book a lesson at one of the city’s many schools.
  • Skip the line. It would be a mistake to leave the city without exploring the popular Seville attractions, Alcazar Palace and the Cathedral, but it would be criminal to waste precious Seville sightseeing time in line. Pre-book your Seville tours of the palace and cathedral online to fast track queues.

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Best time to visit
When considering the weather and the things to do in Seville, there’s no better time to visit this city than in spring. Come for the spectacular solemnity of Semana Santa or two weeks later for the Spring Feria, a week of serious dancing, drinking, eating and bull fighting!
Getting around
Navigating this city can prove testing. Here’s our travel breakdown of the best ways to find your way through Seville…
  • Seville is an extremely walkable city, with popular Seville day tours usually taken on foot. At a loss as to what to do in Seville? Take a wander through the small winding streets of the Jewish Quarter and stumble upon the Plaza de España – a spectacular spot to watch the sunset.
  • Another way to see the city would be by bike. Sevici, Seville’s network of bike-hire stations, rents them out for as little as €1 per hour.
  • We wouldn’t recommend renting a car on your Seville day trips. The city is full of one-way streets and parking spots are hard to come by. If do choose to drive, be sure to have a GPS handy.
Stay Safe
Seville is a relatively safe city, but you can never be too careful. Keep these travel tips in tow to ensure your trip goes off without a hitch...
  • Be sure to protect yourself against pickpockets. Keep your personal belongings safe and secure at all times and particularly around busy tourist sites.
  • As with anywhere, don’t walk alone at night or down quiet, dark streets.
  • For emergency services, dial 112.

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