Things to do in Sevilla for couples
Carmona, just under half an hour by car from Seville, is packed with monuments and is one of the most photogenic towns in the province.
The Moors inherited their appreciation of water for its purifying qualities from the Romans, establishing a proliferation of Arab baths in Al Ándalus.
Discovering Seville’ gastronomy is one of the best ways to get to know and enjoy this city. In the city’s restaurants, you’ll find dishes that are just as succulent as they are memorable.
The winding streets of the Santa Cruz neighbourhood are home to churches that were once mosques and synagogues, balconies filled with flowers and unique spots for romantic strolls.
Seville is the perfect place to allow yourself to be captivated by the strumming of a guitar, flamenco dance and singing—the most authentic form of Andalusian folklore—at a tablao.
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.
On Seville’s Calle Sierpes, shops with long histories rub shoulders with the best Sevillian designers’ stores.
Seville’s cuisine fuses ingredients and aromas from various gastronomic cultures together to create an irresistible culinary mosaic that will satisfy all tastes.
Calle Betis, on the banks of the Guadalquivir river in the Triana district, offers the most spectacular panorama in Seville. What’s more, it is renowned for its lively bar atmosphere.