Seville Pocket Guide

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When people discuss what Spanish city you get to experience the 'real' Spain, where the streets are deserted during siesta time, Flamenco music rings through the streets at night and tapas bars abound every corner, they regularly refer to Seville. This city in the south of Spain bears all these trademarks. It's also home to one of Europe's most breathtaking cathedrals and has a Moorish royal palace right in the heart of the city centre. And as it's such a prominent university city, attracting students from all four corners of the globe, it gets into full swing every night once the sizzling sun sets.

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In The Guide

  • Cheap Eats Find out what restaurants are best value for money and what are the local specialties.
  • Don't Miss A list of the best local attractions and places worth visiting whilst in Seville.
  • Budget Tips Insider tips on how to save money or what to do when you don't have any!
  • A day in Seville... Only have one day to spare? We give you our ultimate day in Seville.

Seville City Reviews

  • 90%


    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%


    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%


    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%


    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.

  • 100%


    amazing city

    it's really a small city and it's hard to find something in the narrow road.I got tired when I wolked to find a flamenco club.But in other sides,this city is more spanish comparing Barcelona and Madrid.And the food is more delicious the people more friendly the price lower.But you should learn some spanish if you want to travel this city because most of habitants dont speal English

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