Departure30 December 2023 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Holiday providerBlueSea Holidays British Airways Holidays easyJet holidays
Excellent tapas bars and a love of flamenco and fiesta make this a city full of life. A maze of cobbled streets, whitewashed houses, flowered balconies, and scented orange trees, this is a charming city with an authentic Spanish flavour.
Food and drink
Sevillian cuisine is light and simple. Local specialities include gazpacho (chilled tomato and pepper soup) and soldatidos de pavia (fried cod or hake), and don't forget to visit one of the many tapas bars.
Some of the best buys include Andalucian ceramics, leather goods, embroudery and mantillas (bed covers and table cloths). The weekly market is in Calle Feria and is known for its great selection of Spanish specialities.
Things to see and do
- Cathedral and Giralda Tower - Take a funicular to the top of Castle Hill for views of the city, the Turul Statue, the Royal Palace and a selection of museums and churches.
- Santa Cruz - The Jewish Quarter is a pretty picture-postcard complex of streets and squares.
- Alcazar Palace - The home to royal families since the Caliph of Andalucia. Built in the early 9th century and the oldest active royal palace in Europe.
- Torro del Oro - A little 'Golden Tower' on the Guadakquivir riverbank and a real Seville landmark.
- Flamenco Andalucia is the spiritual home of this passionate and emotional dance - once you have experienced it in its homeland you will become addicted.
- Barrio Santa Cruz Walk the labyrinth of alleyways framed by the walls of Alcazar. This is an enchanting district of Seville with whitewashed houses and flower-filled patios.
When to visit
If you're planning a holiday in Seville, our top picks for the best time to travel would be November
Seville is packed full of culture. The warm autumn temperatures in November make walking the city a joyful experience and all of the tourist attractions remain open
Seville Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
Madrid to Seville via Mérida – an inspiring Spanish road trip
14th November 2023 by Globalmouse Travels
We’re big fans of hitting the open road when we’re travelling and love to discover places off the beaten track. Spain with its rich history, stunning landscapes and vibrant culture, offers the perfect backdrop for a memorable family road trip. One of our favourite Spanish road trip routes takes you from the bustling capital of Madrid to the enchanting city of Seville, passing through the historical gem of Mérida along the way. ...
10 Beautiful Places to Visit in Spain in Autumn
5th August 2023 by Where Angie Wanders
Spain offers a wide variety of destinations to discover, and autumn presents an ideal opportunity to explore them. The climate during this season is typically delightful, with temperatures ranging from the low to mid-20s. Whether you're seeking vibrant cities, picturesque coastal towns, or charming countryside retreats, Spain has it all. So, pack your bags and get ready to embark on a memorable autumn getaway in this beautiful country....
The 10 Best Things To See And Do In Seville, Spain.
11th April 2023 by Bemused Backpacker
Seville has more than enough attractions to keep any traveller enthralled for a lifetime, but with so much to see and do in such a small period of time how do you choose? If you are planning a trip or a city break to Seville, here are the best things to see and do on every budget....
Granada or Seville: How to Choose Which City to Visit
23rd February 2023 by Conversant Traveller
cities to explore in the Andalusian region of Spain, but Granada and Seville are two of the most popular. Deciding which one to visit can be a difficult task. Both cities boast stunning architecture, vibrant culture and a wealth of attractions, so it can be hard to choose between them. Ultimately, it comes down to personal preference and the type of experience you are looking for....
Malaga vs Seville: Which Spanish city should you visit
21st February 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
We have been to both Malaga and Sevilla and have to admit we loved it at first sight. But, of course, there are different reasons to love Malaga and Seville, and this guide will help you to make the right decision for your next vacation. Malaga VS Seville is more than just a guide to the two most beloved Spanish cities; but is a deep screening of pros and cons that might influence your choice....
Seville in Winter: 5 Day Guide
19th January 2023 by Twins that Travel
Seville in winter is a magical experience. With its stunning architecture, vibrant culture and delicious cuisine, it's no wonder this Spanish city is a popular destination. To make the most of your time in Seville, here's a five-day guide to help you explore the city. From discovering the city's history to sampling its delicious tapas, you'll be sure to have a memorable trip....
11 Things to Do in Seville with a Toddler or Children
16th January 2023 by Twins that Travel
Exploring Seville with a toddler or children can be a fun and rewarding experience. Here are 11 activities to enjoy in the city with the little ones: take a boat ride along the Guadalquivir River, visit the Real Alcázar palace, explore the Plaza de España, take a stroll through the Maria Luisa Park, visit the Torre del Oro, explore the Metropol Parasol, take a tour of the Cathedral of Seville, visit the Aquarium...
Weather in Seville
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Seville