So, what’s Seville, the southern Spanish capital is famous for, of course it’s their historic churches and palaces, Moorish buildings, flamenco dancing, and more. If you’re interested in tapas or history, you cannot feel bored in this Andalusian city.
Seville is an amazing artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain. It’s a city full of architecture, history, and wonderful food. What else do you need for a perfect getaway in a wonderful city, I loved my visit to Seville, well who wouldn’t.
The city has some famous churches, winding streets, and great flamenco dancers. This is also a big university town and is extremely popular with people studying abroad. I love this city’s architecture and youthful vibe.
How to Get to Seville
From Madrid, either you can take a bus directly to Seville for a cheap and reliable way to go which should take you less than 6 hours or a fast train is another good option but it will be more expensive.
How to Get Around Seville
Seville can be easily covered by walk. If you feel the heat is being too much, you can just take the tram that runs throughout the city.
Where to Stay:
Seville has so many options from budget hotels to luxury stays, even the backpackers have their own choice of stays too.
What to See:
- The Plaza De Espana
- Maria Luisa Park
- The Cathedral in Wonder
- The Alcazar Of Seville
- El Patio Sevillano for Flamenco Dance
A last tip if you are going to visit Seville: Plan the trip in fall or winter, you would love the walk around the city. Summer visits are not a great option.
This beautiful town in Southern Spain, is definitely worth your time and money!