Try the tapas
Laurita J Garcia says:
Enjoying tapas in the old quarter, near the beautiful Giralda and the cathedral.
Nick Roberts says:
El Rinconcillo tapas bar - oldest one in Seville I believe and Cerveceria Internacional for a beer or three.
Ahmed AlQassem says:
For tapas, go to El patio San Eloy. The one in Calle San Eloy and not one of the new ones.
Victoria Pye says:
Go to Levies Tapas bar - it's on Calle Levies and amazing!
See some movie locations
Riley Martens says:
Check out Plaza España its a beautiful brick building where they filmed Star Wars! Also because Sevilla is beach - less take a 20 euro bus trip to Cádiz to the amazing beach where they filmed James Bond!
Visit Plaza Espana
Tarcila Shinno Aquino says:
Plaza España is one of the most wonderful places in Europe.
Natalie Marr says:
Explore the Plaza de Espana and the surrounding park (I forget the name).
Agus Martínez says:
Explore at sunset
Kristi Orlando says:
Make sure to tour the town at sunset - the lighting plus the incomparable architecture (like Plaza España) and natural surroundings (like along the river by the Torre de Oro) make for dramatic photos that you're sure to remember!
Visit some religious buildings
Lois Ronberg says:
Go the Cathedral, it is amazing and has a stunning, stunning golden altar... will remain in my memory forever.
Neha VivaMalagueta Gosalia says:
Iglesia de Santa Cruz (has a Last Supper painting by Murillo), not a very touristy popular church but I popped in there during an evening service and it was one of the most serene experiences I've ever had. I stayed for the duration, and just took in the dimmed interior and let it calm me down after a day of walking around the city making sure I don't miss any important details. After, I walked down that same street, not too far, and there's an open terrace restaurant that serves delicious paella, and they were gracious enough to create a vegetarian one for me (even though it wasn't on the menu) and a carafe of wine was free with the dish! And there was live music! Perfect evening! I highly recommend it!
Plan what time of year you visit
Dorota Cyplik Ulman says:
Go in April and enjoy "La Feria de Abril" ... beautiful time and beautiful people!
Hans Cristian Zúñiga Rojas says:
You should never go in summer! Unless you want to have a photo next to a 50ºC thermometer. The best time to visit the city is between March and May. It´s spring, the weather is not too hot and the city has a special smell, colour and of course a very nice atmosphere during "La Feria" or "Semana Santa".
Eduardo Andrade Tomás says:
Go to "La Madruga" (Thursday night in the "Semana Santa") and just walk around the city centre, mix of culture, tradition, feelings...Believe me, don’t need to be religious to enjoy it!
Find some Flamenco
Marika Giulia Gherardi says:
Sevilla is the best city I have ever visited... Flamenco in the night, you can see it for free at Carboneria while drinking tinto de berano.
Belén Galán says:
If you want to enjoy flamenco without paying a little fortune for it, go to La Carbonería, anytime of the year (from 21.30 I think but not absolutely sure). You may also find people playing the guitar, the piano or telling tales - and meanwhile you can enjoy typical dishes and wine. Sevilla is absolutely worth a visit - I lived there for 4 years and always enjoy going back!
Check out Palacio Mudejar
Oberto Di Palma says:
The Palacio Mudejar - it is one of the most beautiful things I have seen in my whole life. I even prefer it to the Alhambra.
Some great views
Valle Rueda Flowers says:
Inside "Patio Banderas" heading to La Juderia you get one of the most amazing images of Giralda Tower through the arch.
Réka Marincsák says:
Don’t miss out the Metropol Parasol, amazing view and architecture, after you can "Ir de tapeo".
Hopefully these top Seville tips will help you make to most of your visit to Seville.