What to do in Seville? Here is your Ultimate Guide to Seville Travel. All the activities, highlights, tourist attractions, day trips and best tips.
The quaint garden grounds of Patio de los Naranjos is one of the oldest spaces in Spain and is located within the distinguished grounds of Catedral de Santa María de la Sede.
Exuding a serene feeling, Courtyard of the Maidens at Royal Alcazars is captivating. Entwined with myths and legends, this enticing patio features simplicity with intricate and tasteful design. A perfect embodiment of Mudéjar architecture and an unmissable courtyard at the outstanding Royal Palace of Seville
Updated: Aug 26,2022 | The mystical, infinite arches, the alluring reflections in the waters and the fresh air in its atmosphere at the secluded Baths of Maria de Padilla is an obligatory stop to seek out when visiting the Alcazar complex in Seville.
Plaza Espana Seville is a magically captivating sight with its lavishness which some may say, a little over-the-top. An absurdly wondrous square with ornate details and opulence at every step that may blow you away! Read this article …
Amidst the tolling bells of the Giralda, the vibrant vibes and the historic monuments, cruises and river boat trips in Seville on the historic Guadalquivir River offer a tranquil experience of the city. Add one or more of these activities to your itinerary and have a fabulous time in Seville
A visit to emblematic Triana, a small barrio across the River Guadalquivir. An endearing neighbourhood reflective of the hospitality and warmth Southern Spain is famous for – a barrio that ought to be discovered a little at a time and you will soon realise it is well worth your time.
The Hall of Ambassadors at Royal Alcazars of Seville was remodelled extensively during the reign of Castilian King Pedro I in the 14th century to become the most resplendent room in the palace. And it is!!