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Must Visit Places in Seville

Seville is the capital of Andalusia region, located in south Spain.

It is a city with a fascinating history and has been an important center of culture through the centuries.

Each civilization that has populated Seville has left its mark. That is why today Seville is a city with countless heritage.

In this article, we’ll be able to guide you to the must-visit places in Seville. Are you ready to take notes and discover everything that this wonderful city can offer?

Real Alcazar

The building was originally built as a fort and dates back to Arabic rule and it is one of the most impressive palaces in Europe. It is a beautiful example of Moorish architecture.
Arab and Christian elements are mixed in patios, halls, and gardens, creating a wow effect while you are visiting the monument.

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Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral, is the biggest Gothic-style cathedral in the whole world and it is home to the tomb of Christopher Columbus.

Its charming Patio de los Naranjos, as well as La Giralda, currently a tower of bells – 24 specifically – and the most iconic symbol of the city of Seville, are part of it.

Sierpes Tetuan streets

Sierpes and Tetuan streets are the main commercial arteries of the city. Because discovering a city is not all about monuments, it is also about shopping.

There you can find international clothing chains but also some small and local shops such as Maquedano, a hat shop that opened in 1896.

Triana neighborhood

Triana is the proud of Sevilla. It is the area to go to if you want to feel Sevillian for one day. Traditionally, Triana has been the potter’s
neighborhood.

It has always been for local use but nowadays interior designers from all over the world come here to find hidden gems.
The perfect example is Populart, a popular ceramic shop where you can find historic priceless value pieces.

But Triana is not only ceramic and cozy streets, it is gastronomy and local food too. We recommend having a tapas lunch in the market.
A market with local flavor and with just the right touch of gourmetization. The local people continue to do their daily shopping here.

Plaza de España

Plaza de España was built for the Ibero-American exhibition of 1929.

The square with beautiful ceramics represents all the provinces of Spain, and we are sure that you will recognize the place because some scenes of films such as Star Wars, Lawrence of Arabia, and The Dictator were recorded here!

Maria Luisa Park

Do you think that this is possible to relaxed in the middle of Sevilla city? We do.
The place to do that is Maria Luisa Park. A big romantic garden in the middle of the city, full of captivating corners that we recommend visiting by bike.

Santa Cruz neighborhood

Santa Cruz neighborhood the old Jewish quarter of Seville.
A neighborhood surrounded by legends, mysteries, and history.
The best way to visit Barrio de Santa Cruz is to get lost in its labyrinthine streets and discover hidden gems such as San Bartolomé and Santa Maria La Blanca, which are synagogues converted into churches.

Tips for planning your trip to Sevilla

  • The best time to visit Sevilla is during the spring or fall when the weather is mild. The summer months can be very hot, and the winter months can be cold and rainy.
  • The best way to get around Sevilla is by walking or taking the metro. The city is relatively compact, and it is easy to get around on foot.
  • Here are some additional tips for planning your trip to Sevilla:
    • Book your accommodation in advance, especially if you are traveling during the peak season.
    • Bring comfortable shoes, as you will be doing a lot of walking.
    • Learn a few basic Spanish phrases, as this will help you communicate with locals.

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