The best way to see Seville is on foot. But even better is to see it on foot with someone who knows the city inside and out. Learn about the city, its food, its history and its culture.
With so many bars and restaurants in Seville, choosing where to eat — and making the best choices — can be a bit confusing. But it’s a good kind of confusing, if you know what I mean…
Join me on one of my Seville photo walks. We will wander around some beautiful corners of the city and capture amazing images that will become everlasting memories of a unique trip.
Seville can be easily reached from abroad and other Spanish cities. Additionally, it is a relatively compact city, so combining your own two feet with low-cost public transportation is the best way of getting around. And forget about cars because parking in Seville is a nightmare!
There’s a world of magnificent Spanish history, art and culture just beyond the gates of Seville. So many amazing destinations can be reached on a day trip that you should allow some time to explore other areas of Andalucía. There’s a lot to discover.
A morning or afternoon spent at a flamenco class is a memorable experience that enhances your visit to Seville, the city considered the cradle of this passionate dancing style. It’s one of the favorite activities of Seville Traveller readers and no wonder they are so popular.