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About Seville

The long and varied history of the lovely Spanish city of Seville is apparent when you witness the beautiful architecture influenced by different regimes. The capital of Southern Spain’s Andalusia region, Seville presents a beautiful flowering of the region's culture. The sheer potential the city presents to the visitor in the form of the huge Gothic cathedral, baroque churches, Mudéjar palaces, shopping centers, winding maze-like lanes and a vibrant nightlife is mind-boggling. The birthplace of the famous Flamenco dance and the mouth-watering tapas, the city invites you in and leaves you wanting more. Steeped in culture and history, Seville is also the main center of the South of the European Nation and the only river port in Spain. Seville is overwhelming and charming; a must visit for anyone traveling to Spain.

Continent Country
Europe Spain
Airport Name / IATA Code
San Pablo Airport SVQ

  • Time To Visit

Best time to visit
September-January is winter but it is comparatively less cold than other European destinations hence, quite a few tourist heads to Seville as the tourist traffic is significantly low, the hotels offer low rates during this season.
Moderate time to visit
March to May Accommodation is pretty expensive during this year due to Samana Santa (Easter) and Feria de Abril(April fair).
Worst time to visit
June - AugustAvoid visiting this period due to insanely high temperature.
Month January February March April May June July August September October November December
Minimum temprature (℃) 6 7 9 10 13 16 19 19 18 14 10 8
Maximum temprature (℃) 16 18 21 22 26 31 35 35 33 26 20 17
Rain fall (mm) 65 50 40 60 30 10 5 8 30 70 90 100
0.69 (Millions)
Official Language
Spoken Language
Catalan, Basque, Ga... Read more
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Public Transport
Basic Items And Cost
Name Price
Water Bottle USD 1.13
Cup of Coffee USD 1.13
Milk Carton Pack USD 1.13
Rice/Kg USD 1.13
White Bread USD 1.13
Eggs (12) USD 2.26
Combo Meal USD 7.92
Fine Dining USD 10.18
Bottle of Coke or Pepsi USD 1.13
Domestic Beer USD 2.26
Imported Beer USD 3.39
Bottle of Wine USD 5.65
Cigarettes (20 Pack) USD 5.65
Taxi ( 1 km ) USD 1.13
Ticket in local transport (Single way). USD 1.13
Rent ( One Bed Room) USD 678.53
Do's And Don'ts
Night Life
Must See

There is a wide range of activities that you can do in Seville:

  • Tapas! – the first thing that pops in mind when we talk about food and Seville. The sheer variety of this appetizer is astounding and although this delicacy is found all over Spain, Seville has the best ones. There is even a whole district known for numerous tapas bars, but the most visited are those in the proximity of The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Sea and Casa Morales.
  • You can also go Kayaking on the river Guadalquivir. The activity is a lot of fun. The navigable river affords some unique sightseeing opportunities like the Maestranza and the Torre del Oro. Kayakers are given training and taught basic some techniques. This activity lasts approximately 2-3 hours and it is advisable that you book in advance.
  • You can also climb the top of La Giralda to get a panoramic view of the city. The tall minaret is a bell tower, and there are no lifts installed.  The tower has 35 ramps which facilitate the climbing. The Giralda is a combination of different architectural styles and affords a stunning view of the city. The admission to the bell tower is included if you visit the Cathedral.
  • Participate in a bicycle tour. These tours are a fun and flexible way to see many of the city’s landmarks. There are many tours to choose from and several bicycle rental stores organize tours through the city. Trudging on your feet can get exhausting and you can easily visit sights that are just a little further away on a bike. Seville is a very bike-friendly city with many cycle paths that run through the center, and trails that surround the city.
  • Fundación Cajasol is both a huge exhibition space and a place where regular events are held. There is always something fun going on here. Cajasol is open every day and is in the city center. The exhibitions are usually free to visit and is also open on Sundays. The type of exhibitions ranges from photography to mixed media and modern art installations.
  • Los Remedios, an area located across the river is used for the "Feria" (Festival). The event takes place here every year in April. There are public and private casitas (large tents) where you can eat, drink and dance the Sevillanas. Don't forget to drink rebujito - the Feria drink consisting of sherry mixed with lemonade.
  • Alamillo Park is in the north of Seville and can be recognized by the iconic bridge designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava that was built over the river. This park is one of the largest city parks in Spain. Many wild animals live here, and countless species of plants and trees grow. Various events and festivals are held here during the spring and summer months. There are lakes and sports facilities in a large green park, and it is perfect for a nice walk, bike ride or a picnic.
  • Spain is famous for flamenco and is a must-see for tourists. You can catch an authentic performance at the Casa del Flamenco, which provides a comprehensive overview of the culture and has performances by well-known artists.
  • Wander through an open-air market on Sunday on Vendors street. The well-known market is behind the Alcampo shopping center at Ronda del Tamarguillo on Avenida de la Paz. You can reach there by bus lines 30, 36 from Prado de San Sebastian. However, it is easily outdone by a large flea market that sells clothes, furniture, books, shoes, CDs, food, tools, and million other things. It is in the northwest of Triana near Avenida Carlos III (off of the left-hand side of most tourist maps).
Poster Felix
Poster Felix, Av. de la Constitución, 26, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
3 KMs
Antiguedades El Museo
Pl. del Museo, 4, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
4 KMs
Mercadillo Historico del Jueves
Feria, 37b, 41003 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
1.5 KMs
Mercadillo Charco de la Pava
Ctra. Cádiz-Huelva, s/n, 41092 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
6.4 KMs
Sardiñas - Souvenir, Corcho complementos y bisutería (al por mayor)
Calle Gramil, 23 nave 5, 41008 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
3.9 KMs
Sevilla Souvenirs
Calle San Fernando, 35, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
1 KM
Centro Comercial Alcampo Tamarguillo
Av. Ronda del Tamarguillo, 27, 41006 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
7.3 KMs
Domus Cientouno S.l.
Calle Avión Cuatro Vientos, 8, 41013 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
2.7 KMs
Torre del Oro
Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, s/n, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
2.5 KMs
Plaza del Triunfo
Pl. del Triunfo, s/n, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
Distance From City Center
1.1 KMs
Souvenir Suggestions


Given the rich cultural history of Seville, it is no surprise that the visitor is spoiled for choice when it comes to souvenirs.

  • Ceramic products are the numero uno souvenir gifts. To get your hands on some quality ceramic products head across the Triana Bridge to Cerámica Santa Ana (Calle San Jorge 31), famous for its traditional ceramic ware. The beauty and range of designs are spellbinding.
  • Convent Sweets prepared by Nuns at various monasteries like turrón, a nougat treats typically made of honey, sugar and egg white, or mantecados, a typical Andalusian shortbread made from the fat of the Iberian pig and yemas – a sweet made with egg yolk, sugar, and some lemon juice. Simple and delicious, they are the most popular Seville sweets to carry back for friends and family.
  • Authentic flamenco dresses and accessories are the best bet to buy as Seville has a rich flamenco tradition.
  • Jamon and Cheese are part of Seville's identity. For travel-friendly vacuum-packed products, head to Charcutería Ramírez, a stall in the market on Calle Feria.
  • The Mercado Naviden'o de Artesania specializes in handcrafted pieces made by local craftsmen. It is considered by many to be the most important seasonal market in the city, the products are displayed on stands and range from ceramics to jewelry, wooden toys to clothes, all done in typical Andalusian style.
  • Typical Andalusian wines make for a unique gift. Purchase one of the region’s specialties from Flor de Sal (Calle Carlos Cañal, 46) where you can choose from approximately 85 different wines or go to Flores Gourmet (Calle San Pablo, 24) to buy some Manzanilla sherry to add a southern Spanish flavor to your festivities.
  • La Oleoteca (Calle García de Vinuesa, 39) has an enviable collection of olive oils; an essential entity of Spanish food and is run by local experts who are happy to talk you through each variety.
  • Seville is a great place to get local craft beers to bring home for the holidays. Lupulo`polis Cervezas Artesanas (Calle José Gestoso 12) sells a wide variety of distinct beers. Also, check out Gigante Bar (Alameda de Hércules, 17) in the Alameda neighborhood, where they take you through the large catalog of craft beers available, describing their taste and flavor.
  • Calle Sierpes is one of the major shopping destinations and boasts an enviable collection of stores in the city. There are many stores selling fans, brooches, and shawls that are handcrafted.
  • Fragrances make for unique gifts, one of the famous ones in Seville is the orange blossom perfume, called Agua de Azahar. In some stores, you can customize your own fragrance. Many of these fragrances are made in-house so make sure to ask for these when you visit a store.
  • Mantillas and Mantones de Encaje are shawls. These lovely pieces of garments are made of silk or rayon. Frequently sported by Flamenco dancers, these shawls are primarily black in color, however, you can find other patterns and colors that suit your fancy.
  • As a traveler, you will notice some lovely ironworks when you wander the city. These decorative pieces function as hooks, drawer pulls, cupboard knobs and many more. These unique artifacts make for wonderful and lasting souvenirs.
  • Espardenyes are footwear. Traditionally they are flat and are worn during summer. The lightweight shoes are made of jute rope, premium leathers, suedes, and woven cloth. Espardenyes are quite famous and even celebrities can be spotted wearing this humble and comfortable footwear.

Tourist attractions in Seville


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