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City Guide Seville, Spain

Visiting Seville

Seville is a warm city that makes you feel welcome when visiting. While its city centre is a bit squashed, a walk along the Río Guadalquivir is perfect for a bit of space while the outskirts is where you will find some of Spain’s nicest parks.

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Seville Podcasts

Seville - Home of Flamenco

Hostelworld’s Colm Hanratty speaks to Fernando Rodriguez of 'El Arenal', one of Seville's top Flamenco clubs about the origins of the music and its different styles.

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Seville Videos

What is a hostel?

We ask two backpackers and a hostel owner in Samay Hostel, Seville what their definition of a hostel is

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Seville Pocket Guide

Seville Pocket Guide

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Seville City Reviews

  • 80%

    Anonymous

    Wonderful city

    I was unfortunately only here for a day, but in that day I was able to see some amazing culture of Spain. Just don't go to the bullfights....

  • 90%

    Anonymous

    Semana Santa in Seville

    My boyfriend and I went for a weekend away in Seville. If you want to see traditional Spain then this is it. There are numerous tourist sights (but not so many that you are rushed off your feet trying to see everything) and the tapas bars mean you can try as much spanish food as you like whilst you are there. Most bar staff speak some english so you shouldn't have trouble if you don't speak any Spanish. It's a good idea to research tapas bars before you go.

    Insider Tip:Go to tapas bar el rinconcillo for traditional spanish tapas and la puratasca for something more modern but amazing.

  • 90%

    Anonymous

    Sevilla, Spain

    The entire city is breath taking! The city is huge and I was there for semana santo and the city was packed. From what I did see it was 100% gorgeous. I would completely recommend this city to visit.

    Insider Tip:The city doesn't have a metro, its a bus city. I rented a bike from like a docking station and I saw the city that way. Totally worth it!

  • 80%

    tecko

    Seville, and it's charm

    The city is really fun, and with lot of good places to visit. Is a great place to watch a flamenco show.

    Insider Tip:The Fell The City is a real good tour company. They have really good tours.

  • 70%

    Anonymous

    Not the highlight of Andalusia, but worth the visit.

    Compared to the small-town historical feel of some other spots in Andalusia, Seville feels more like any modern city with an Andalusian twist. Still, plenty of places to walk and see, wide pedestrian boulevards and parks, and probably worth the visit if you're in the area. As a New Englander who hasn't been home in awhile, stumbling on a Dunkin Donuts didn't hurt either.

Spain: Itinerary

The north-eastern Spanish city is among one of Europe's favourite destinations for short breaks and a popular spot with inter-railers going to Spain. It is also home to some of the world's most fascinating architecture thanks to the works of Antoni Gaudi.

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