Folklore, flamenco dresses, the April Fair and Holy Week, flamenco music and dancing, tapas... Seville is past, present and future, beating to the rhythm of the Spanish guitar. A city that will make a lasting impression that will stay with you forever.
Seville is romantic, Arabic, Plateresque, Regionalist, Mudejar, Gothic, Renaissance and much more. The richness of its monuments and its great architectural value give it a unique character that wins over all those who enjoy the aura of Seville.
The capital of Andalusia is also the capital of the arts. Flamenco music and dance mark the rhythms in a city bursting with of culture. A city that breathes culture, being the birthplace of many great artists, writers, painters, etc. Bécquer, Cernuda, Aleixandre, Murillo, Zurbarán and Velázquez, among others, passed through these lands and left their mark.
The Real Alcázar of Seville and its gardens, the Gothic Cathedral of Santa María, the Giralda, the Patio de los Naranjos, Isabel II Bridge, the Casa de Indias Archives, the Metropol Parasol, the Palacio de Dueñas, the Palacio de Medinaceli or the Torre del Oro. The city is surrounded by historical buildings that are must-see items on the list of things to do in Seville.
From the simplest to the most elaborate, the dishes of the city will win over all diners. Here you can sate your appetite with delicious typical tapas, and also with traditional ones such as gazpacho, flamenco eggs, fried fish or oxtail. A 5-star gourmet experience!
There is something uniquely charming about a stroll round the city of Seville. You will find an enchanting feature on every corner, such as the Plaza de España, the María Luisa Park or the Santa Cruz quarter. Going with the flow is the best solution to get a feel of the magic of Andalusia.
The April Fair and Holy Week are the two festivals par excellence, renowned worldwide. Explosions of culture and tradition, one accompanied by rebujito (sherry and fizzy drink—the Feria—and the other by devotion—Holy Week. Both are on that list of things to do at least once, because you won’t come away from either feeling indifferent.
Seville is the cradle of many great dressmakers and successful designers, but it is also home to many unique shops. Losing yourself in its pedestrian and commercial streets is an experience worth living. This is the only way to understand the essence of the Andalusian capital.
There are so many things to do. For people of all tastes and ages, it is amazing to see how much fun you can have in its theatres, shows, cinemas, restaurants and at its musical events, not to mention a long list of entertainment on offer. When you go to Seville, don’t miss out on its programme of cultural events.