Things to do in Seville, Spain
A recent visit to Seville, Spain inspired me to create a guide. With countless things to do and places to explore, including museums, historical attractions and world-renowned restaurants - I highly recommend a visit to this beautiful city in Andalucia.
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Where to stay
Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Seville
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Daily buffet breakfast, for two guests per bedroom
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Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza
In Seville’s Old Town, a thoughtfully reimagine courtyard hotel with a welcome rooftop pool and bar.
Hotel Colón Gran Meliá
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Things to do
Plaza De Toros: this is one of the most well known bullfighting rings in Spain. Still hosts Bull festivals today.
Get a private tour of Royal Alcazar Seville. Get an inside look into the Royal Palace with a private tour, then got lost in the adjacent narrow old streets for lunch or dinner.
Museo de Bellas Artes: The most important art museum in Spain. In the museum, you will find works of art from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque era and up to the 20th century. The museum mainly features Spanish artists such as Francisco da Herrera, Murillo, El Greco, Velásquez, José García Ramos and Francisco Zurbarán, but also foreign painters such as Jan Brueghel l'Ancien, Pieter Aertsen and Cornelis de Vos.
See a Flamenco Show and then visit Lina, the most historic Flamenco store in the city.
Metropol Parasol Antiquarium: This is one of Seville's newest endeavors, popularly known as the mushrooms, an archeological museum with a mix of old and modern.
Day Trips From Seville, Spain
Places to eat & drink
Schedule a private food tour.
El Disparate: Delicious modern take on more traditional food.
La Barra: High end seafood.
Abantal: Contemporary cuisine.
Antigua Abaceria de San Lorenzo: A truly unique original andalusion restaurant.
La Escalona: A favorite for wine and tapas.
Or just wander the narrow streets to find hidden local gems!
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