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Seville is a city located in southern Spain and is incredibly appealing thanks to its picturesque sights, intriguing history, and incredible architecture. It proves to be the perfect city break with millions of tourists flocking here annually for the chance to experience traditional Spanish culture whilst also enjoying the warm and sunny Mediterranean climate.
Seville is favoured by history lovers and sightseers, with a range of attractions waiting to be explored. Moorish palaces, Christopher Columbus’s tomb, baroque churches, cobbled streets, orange tree filled squares and one of the largest cathedrals in the world to name just a few! There are also plenty of opportunities to delve into Sevillian culture, with tapas to eat, Flamenco performances to watch, and bullfights to attend.
Both couples and families alike will enjoy a holiday to Seville with multiple parks and museums to discover. Whilst the beautiful sights and incredible restaurants create a romantic atmosphere for couples, there are also aquariums and theme parks to keep children entertained during the day.
Packed with cultural and historical attractions, it’s impossible to be bored in Seville!
Seville homes a vibrant and varied nightlife, with flamenco performances to watch, or bars and pubs to indulge in. There are several cocktail bars offering beautiful view of the cathedral’s bell tower.
As Andalusia is the birth place of tapas, Seville has brilliant dining opportunities! Head to Old Town for traditional Spanish restaurants serving family recipes of delicious tapas and meat dishes.
There are plenty of ways to keep children entertained in Seville. Plaza de España is a great visit with horse and carriage rides and rowing boats to hire – Star Wars fans are sure to recognise the building from Star Wars: Episode II!
This city has an array of shopping opportunities, with shopping centres, boutiques, craft stores jewellers, and art shops to name a few! The Nervión district is perfect for finding international brands, whereas the neighbourhood of Triana is great for locally made crafts and delicacies .
During April Seville hosts the spring fair, Feria de Abril. With the scent of blooming orange blossom in the air, the city celebrates Sevillian culture with dancing, drinking, feasting, flamenco, and bull fighting.
With summer temperatures peaking in the high 30s, it’s best to visit Seville in either autumn or spring which see cooler temperatures and fewer crowds. It’s busier in April when the Feris de Abril is held but this is also the perfect opportunity to experience Seville’s fascinating culture.
Seville uses Euro so there’s no need to worry about conversion rates.
Seville is only 1 hour ahead of Ireland.
There are regular direct flights from Dublin to Seville up to 4 times a week with a duration of 3 hours. With the city’s centre just 15 minutes from the airport, it’s overall a comfortable travel experience. Getting around Seville is best by foot as the narrow lanes and one way streets are not ideal for cars. However, you can also rent bikes, or use public transport such as the buses & metro.