Shows in Sevilla
In the neighbourhood of Nervión, next to the Santa Justa station, there are all kinds of bars and restaurants where you can experience the modern side of Seville.
The Flamenco Dance Museum is Seville’s worthy tribute to the folkloric art of flamenco and is set in a beautiful town house in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood.
Bustling El Arenal neighbourhood, beloved by tourists and bullfighting enthusiasts, lies between Paseo de Colón, Calle Adriano and Calle Dos de Mayo.
The Isla Mágica theme park, situated on what was once the site of the Seville Expo ‘92, is a great place to visit with or without kids.
No one’s immune to Seville’s charms. Both embrace the clichés and think outside the box for thousands of things to do on a romantic weekend in the city.
The capital of Andalusia offers solo travellers a world of exciting plans that are waiting to be discovered at any time of day.
Situated on the other bank of the river, the Triana neighbourhood has its own identity, which you will discover by tapas-bar hopping, strolling its streets and getting to know its traditions.
Seville’s Feria de Abril kicks off with the “prueba del alumbrao” (switch-on) when thousands of light bulbs are turned on to illuminate the gates to the fair. It all ends seven days later with fireworks over the Guadalquivir.
Planning a fun-packed day in the city of La Giralda is easy. Below are four ways to enjoy Seville in a group.
Holy Week in Seville is an intense experience: an outpouring of unrestrained emotion, art in the streets and a depth of feeling in the saetas [flamenco verses] that surface as a lament at the Passion of Christ.