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Seville, the capital of Andalusia and the fourth-largest city in Spain by population, ranks among the most popular destinations in Europe. It’s an ideal choice for a weekend escape or an extended stay. This comes as no surprise, considering it boasts the largest old town in the country, along with an extensive historical and monumental heritage that mesmerizes visitors from the very beginning. Plus, there’s always something new to uncover. With our exclusive vacation offers in Seville, you can experience all of this firsthand, and all at unbeatable prices!

Additionally, at a mere 80 km from the Atlantic Ocean, Seville boasts one of the few river ports in Spain. The Guadalquivir River is navigable from its estuary in Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz) to the capital city of Seville.

As a famous song suggests, Seville is known for its special colour and with Travel2Holidays, you can witness it firsthand. Ready to pack your bags?

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How to get to Seville

In many cases, the quickest and most convenient way to travel is by taking a flight to Seville Airport (SVQ), which ranks as the sixth busiest airport in peninsular Spain. This airport has connections to over 40 destinations in Europe and North Africa and serves as a hub for some low-cost airlines like Vueling and Ryanair. Situated 10 km east of Seville’s city center, it is excellently connected. Upon arrival, a local bus service is available directly to Plaza de Armas, the central bus station in Seville. Buses depart every 30 minutes and the journey typically lasts around half an hour. Tickets can be purchased on board. Alternatively, if you prefer to reach the center of Seville by taxi from the airport, there is a fixed rate for this service.

Another alternative is to reach Seville by train. You can take a high-speed train (AVE) from cities like Barcelona or Madrid, although there are also connections on long-distance trains, which may be slower but often come at a more affordable price point. When opting for train travel, it is recommended to buy your ticket in advance through the Renfe website to secure the best possible fare.

Traveling to Seville by bus is also a viable option, with connections available from major Spanish and Andalusian cities like Malaga, Cordoba, and Granada. Additionally, this mode of transportation provides links to the Portuguese Algarve region.

To go to Seville by car, five roads connect with various Spanish towns: the Southern Motorway or A-4, the Silver Route Motorway or A-66, the A-92 Motorway, which connects with the N-334 national road and allows you to reach from Malaga; the A-4 motorway, which connects with the AP-4 and the city of Cadiz, and the A-49 motorway, which allows you to reach Huelva.

The climate in Seville

Seville experiences a warm Atlantic climate characterized by mild winters and hot summers. The average temperature in January, the coldest month, ranges from 5.2 °C to 15.9 °C. In July, the hottest month, temperatures range from 19.4 °C to 35.3 °C. During summer, maximum temperatures can surpass 40 °C, with a historical high of 47 °C recorded. This is why the best time for a trip to Seville is during spring and autumn.

Precipitation in Seville totals more than 500 mm annually, falling mainly between October and May. December stands out as the wettest month, with an average of 95 mm of rainfall. Rain occurs approximately 52 days a year, and frost is limited to just four days. On the bright side, Seville enjoys about 2,900 annual hours of sunshine.

What to see in Seville

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Seville offers a wealth of attractions to explore. One of its most iconic landmarks is the Seville Cathedral, renowned as the largest Gothic-style cathedral globally. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, the cathedral’s standout feature is the Giralda, originally a minaret of the city’s main mosque.

While on your holiday to Seville, make sure not to overlook the Royal Alcazar of Seville. This historic palace, still in active use, is one of the oldest in Europe and stands as a splendid testament to the diverse cultural influences in the city. Opting for a guided tour is highly recommended to uncover all its hidden treasures, a belief held by the over two million visitors it receives annually. You’ll find it located adjacent to the cathedral. Afterward, pay a visit to the General Archive of the Indies in Seville. Established in 1785 by King Carlos III, it was created to centralize information regarding Spanish overseas territories, which were previously housed in three separate archives: Simancas, Cadiz, and Seville.

Let’s not forget about the Golden Tower, a defensive structure situated on the left bank of the Guadalquivir River. Erected between 1220 and 1221, this impressive tower stands at a height of 36 meters. It has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, joining the ranks of the aforementioned monuments.


Indeed, there is so much more to discover in Seville. A must-visit is the iconic Plaza de España, constructed in 1929 as a symbol of the Ibero-American Exposition. Its semicircular design symbolizes the embrace between Spain and its former colonies, facing toward the Guadalquivir River, from where the maritime journey to America commenced. Moreover, aficionados of the Star Wars saga will recognize this location as one of the settings where Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) was filmed.

Another tranquil haven to escape stress is the enchanting Maria Luisa Park. It holds the distinction of being the city’s inaugural urban park and stands as one of its most vital green spaces. Unveiled on April 18, 1914, originally named Infanta Maria Luisa Fernanda Urban Park, it earned recognition as a Cultural Heritage Site in 1983.

Make sure to explore the Santa Cruz neighborhood, a truly authentic enclave in Seville and one of the city’s oldest districts, once inhabited by the Jewish community until the close of the Middle Ages. Within this neighborhood, you’ll encounter the narrowest street in Seville: the ‘Street of Kisses,’ officially known as Reinoso Street.

As you explore Seville, be sure to pause and admire the Isabel II Bridge, linking the city center to the Triana neighborhood, a prominent destination in the Andalusian capital. This architectural marvel was designated a National Historic Monument in 1976. Additionally, pay a visit to the Triana market, located in Abastos Square atop the remains of San Jorge castle. This attraction has successfully maintained its traditional ambiance, offering a perfect spot to grab a snack during your tour of Seville.

We highly recommend immersing yourself in the bohemian atmosphere of Alameda de Hércules, a historic public garden renowned as Europe’s oldest park, with roots tracing back to 1574. This location features a bustling pedestrian street lined with tapas bars, restaurants, and a multitude of pubs offering a range of music from jazz to Andalusian rock. The area is also known for its vibrant student community. In the nearby San Vicente neighborhood, the Santa Clara Space hosts art exhibitions and captivating flamenco performances within the confines of an ancient monastery.

Speaking of religious structures, a visit to the Monastery of Santa Maria de las Cuevas, commonly referred to as the Cartuja Monastery, on Cartuja Island, is a must. This monastery is one of the four Carthusian monasteries in Andalusia and showcases a blend of architectural styles including Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, and Baroque. Since 1997, it has served as the headquarters for the Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art and the rectorate of the International University of Andalusia.

By the way, if you’re a wine enthusiast, consider taking a day trip from Seville to Jerez. These trips typically offer a vineyard tour, a wine-tasting experience, and a visit to the city of Cadiz — a highly recommended destination for a vacation on the Costa de la Luz, along with Jerez.

What to do in Seville

In addition to the numerous attractions in Seville, a perfect activity for any traveler is to embark on a leisurely cruise along the Guadalquivir River, the second-longest in Spain. These cruises typically span about an hour, offering a unique vantage point to admire some of Seville’s most significant landmarks. As you journey, you’ll pass beneath historic bridges and glimpse the spots where ships laden with gold once docked after their voyages from the New World.

Yet, the Guadalquivir River isn’t just for water sports like kayaking or paddle surfing. Some companies even offer yoga classes on a board, right in the heart of the river. Are you up for the challenge?

If you’d like to journey back in time without a time machine, consider joining the Past View Experience tours. With the help of augmented reality glasses, you’ll witness what the city was like during its golden age, spanning from the 12th to the 17th centuries. Accompanied by a guide and through detailed 3D recreations, you’ll gain a vivid glimpse into the city’s rich history.

While on vacation in Seville, don’t miss the chance to visit Isla Mágica, a theme park that draws inspiration from the discovery of America. It was opened in 1997, utilizing some of the facilities from the 1992 Universal Exposition. The park features six thematic areas and a water park named Agua Mágica. If you’re traveling with children to Seville, this attraction is sure to be a hit. Give it a try!

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For aficionados of folklore, a must-do is attending a flamenco performance at the Flamenco Dance Museum, situated at 3 Manuel Rojas Marcos Street. It holds the distinction of being the first museum of its kind worldwide. As you explore its premises, you’ll gain insights into the art of flamenco, encompassing dance, song, and Spanish guitar, and you’ll get a deeper understanding of the evolution of this ancient form. Should you wish to prolong your stay in Seville, you even have the option to partake in flamenco classes. 

When discussing this traditional dance, it’s essential to mention one of Seville’s major events: the Seville Fair. The statistics speak volumes: approximately 1,000 beautifully illuminated booths where you can savor drinks and revel to the beat of Sevillanas, or indulge in tapas paired with a glass of manzanilla. Bon appétit!

Certainly, we can’t overlook Holy Week in Seville, which precedes the April Fair and is renowned for its processions, ranking among the most renowned in Spain. From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, the processions wind through the streets and squares, commemorating the passion, death, and resurrection of Christ. Altogether, 71 brotherhoods participate, immersing visitors in the religious fervor that sweeps through the city. In 1980, Holy Week in Seville was honored with the title of Festival of International Tourist Interest.

Are you in the mood to unwind and relax? If so, pay a visit to the Arab Baths of Seville. Inheriting the Andalusian tradition, these baths offer a chance to indulge in a thermal circuit and a soothing candlelit massage. Can you imagine it? Alternatively, you can also take a dip in the spa facilities at your hotel in Seville.

It goes without saying that your visit to Seville wouldn’t be complete without indulging in the delectable flavors of Andalusian cuisine. From the typical dishes of Seville, you absolutely must try gazpacho, crispy fried fish, marinated dogfish, flamenco-style eggs, hearty Andalusian stew, succulent honeyed ribs, and flavorful bull’s tail.

With our vacation deals in Seville, you have the opportunity to explore the vibrant capital of Andalusia. Take a look at our travel packages tailored for Seville, select from our diverse range of apartments and hotels, and reserve your accommodation with the meal plan that suits you best — be it bed and breakfast, half board, full board, all-inclusive, and more. Get set to uncover the rich offerings of the Andalusian capital. When should we go?

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