Things to do in Sevilla
Since the late nineteenth century, María Luisa Park, with its hundreds of species of plants, has been one of the most romantic places in Seville.
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.
Nestled in a crossroads of cultures, seas and continents, the Doñana region is also home to one of Europe’s largest flora and fauna nature reserves.
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.
The Giralda in Seville, the city’s symbol and cultural melting pot, was at one time the tallest tower in the world.
Seville’s cuisine fuses ingredients and aromas from various gastronomic cultures together to create an irresistible culinary mosaic that will satisfy all tastes.
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.