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Seville is one of the provinces in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, whose city, Seville, is the capital of this community. It is a city full of history, traditional and welcoming. It will make you enjoy its old town, which is the most extensive in Spain and the third in Europe along with Venice and Genoa.

how to get around Sevilla


Being the main city of Andalusia, Seville is very well communicated by bus, train and road. It may be a good idea to rent a car to move around the city more freely and visit places that can not be accessed otherwise or at least not so easily. You can book a car from Unocar and pick it up at the train station, the airport or at some other different locations in the city.

what to visit in Sevilla


  • The Cathedral of Seville and the Giralda. The Cathedral of Seville is considered the third largest in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987. Inside you can find the Royal Chapel, the Patio de los Naranjos and the Giralda, the most representative monument of the city and the one that everybody knows.
  • Real Alcázar of Seville. It is known for being the Royal Palace that has remained active for longer in Europe and has been one of the stages where the famous HBO series, Game of Thrones, was filmed. You will be amazed by the Patio de las Doncellas of Mudejar art.
  • Barrio de Triana. On the other side of the river Guadalquivir is located this neighborhood known for being home to numerous cantaores, dancers and bullfighters. Here is the Museum of Ceramics. This area is usually frequented by young people. A must see is the Triana Bridge!
  • Archive of Indies. If you love the history of Spain, you must visit the Archivo General de Indias where you will find pieces of great value such as texts by Colón, Núñez de Balboa and Hernán Cortés among many others. Furthermore, you can visit it for free.

In Seville there is more to visit and do, such as visit the Walls and Barrio de Santa Cruz, la Plaza de España and la Torre del Oro among others.

what to do in Sevilla


Seville is mainly known for its Easter Week and the April Fair, whose experience is advisable to live, at least, once in a lifetime.

  • Easter. Easter Week is celebrated in many cities of Spain, but in none of them you can experience it as intensely as in Seville, we can not explain what you can feel, it is best that you discover it for yourself.
  • April Fair. Feel like a Sevillian person in the Fair. There are more than 250,000 square meters full of booths where you can enjoy the party to the maximum and where you can drink rebujito and eat as much as you want.
  • Live a flamenco show. You can not leave Seville without having lived the experience that the locals enjoy so passionately. Enter Casa Anselma or Los Gallos and live the flamenco.
what to eat in Sevilla


  • Gazpacho. It is known as "cold soup of tomato" and although it is known all over Spain, it is in Seville where you will taste the authentic Gazpacho Andaluz.
  • Fish fried. Fresh fish fried in quality oil that will make your mouth water. Maybe it will not help to keep fit but it will make your mouth water.
  • Snails. Do not hold yourself back and sip the snails to enjoy this traditional Andalusian dish. Usually accompanied by a glass of broth.
where to eat in Sevilla


  • Casa Morales. Traditional Andalusian tavern near the Cathedral, where you can enjoy fried fish (pescaíto), tapas and quality small sahdwiches (montaditos). Telephone: 954 22 12 42.
  • El Rinconcillo. A classic for a day out eating Sevillian tapas. Through excellent dishes, you will be transported to the past, some centuries ago. We recommend Pavía (small pieces of cod with red pepper). Telephone: 954 22 31 83.
  • La Bodeguita de Antonio Romero. Contemporary cellar where you can savor the essence of Andalusia. Recommended flesh of the jaw, ham and shrimp as well as their wines. Telephone: 954 22 14 55.