Departure25 October 2021 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
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.
Seville Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
22nd July 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel15 best things to do in Seville, Spain
Seville is the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region. It is the home of the famous flamenco dance. It’s famous for its traditions, culture and artistic heritage. Take a glimpse and learn about their culture by experiencing Seville’s awesome traditions. Some of Seville’s famous attractions are its monuments. From stunning architecture to its great history, Seville will surely feed you have you amazed by all these structures. But what other attractions does Seville have? Let’s...
13th April 2021 by Inside the Travel LabThe best southern Spain road trip itinerary through fiery Andalucia
Al Andalus. I think about those words right now amid another sea of change. Al Andalus refers to the part of southern Spain previously ruled by the Moors, a rough approximation of modern day Andalucia. Coins from 716 bear the name in both Latin and Arabic and the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Granada reveals its history through its name: Alhambra. The red one....
13th April 2021 by Inside the Travel LabHoly Week in Seville
Holy Week in Seville (Semana Santa) marks one of the most important events in the year in this part of Andalusia. What began as a religious festival has grown to encompass the whole city, with even the schools and metro systems adjusting accordingly. Witnessing what happens during Holy Week in Seville will remain with you long after locals swap the incense and swishing robes for polka dot dresses and dancing in the following festival Feria de Abril....
24th March 2021 by Inside the Travel LabHow to spend a perfect week in Spain
When it comes to spending a week in Spain, you'll find many ways to slice and dice an itinerary. Spain's a fascinating country with different languages, landscapes and loves. Here's our inside itinerary for one week in Spain for first-timers. Plus, some suggestions for secret spots and the next places to visit. First of all, you need to make your peace with the fact that you cannot hope to see it all. Spain is a big place, with culture and atmosphere crammed into every last rocky cove, grand...
31st January 2021 by Inside the Travel LabWhat to do in Triana Seville: More than famous ceramics
When I used to live in Seville, Triana was my favourite neighbourhood. Perhaps because it used to be "the wrong side of the tracks." Perhaps because of the spirit of exploration, the former home to the sailors who set off to find the so-called New World. Triana scorches like a spotlight when it comes to local tradition. You'll find cafes and bars, religious processions, ceramic workshops and, well the Inquisition....
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in April
The days are getting longer and the weather warmer, making April one of everyone’s favourite holiday months. The only thing is, Easter makes things a little more expensive and a whole lot busier. Searching for deals just before, or just after the long weekend helps keep the costs down.One of the best things about holidays in April, is the chance to get out and about in the world, before it gets too hot. You can still swim in mild waters on exotic islands, but hit city streets for shopping and...
11th February 2021 by Inside the Travel LabThe best tapas in Seville and the 13 dishes you need to know
When it comes to finding the best tapas in Seville, it's almost a local pastime. People eat out a lot, here, and tapas is definitely not for tourists. You’d be hard pressed to stumble for more than about 100 metres without finding a place that serves up a plate of sliced jamon washed down with cerveza. While fine dining options definitely do exist, the more common way to eat is to share a few dishes of tapas with friends, often while standing at the bar....