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When you close your eyes and think of Spain, you’re probably picturing Seville: picturesque orange tree-lined streets, delicious jamón ibérico, enchanting Moorish palaces, and a flamenco bailaora in a swirling red dress. The fact is, Seville is the most rewarding city in Spain and a place you should visit at least once in your life.
The first question you should ask yourself when planning your trip is “When is the best time to visit Seville?”. Seville has a climate and a location that allows you to explore it almost all year round.
Have a look at my 15 best Seville travel tips. Are you preparing for your first trip to the Seville? Here’s my beginner’s guide to the city, complete with advice on essential things to do (and not to do), and a few pointers on where to eat and sleep.
To move around Seville you’re going to need several maps of Seville Spain. Each one covers different necessities that you’ll have along your trip planning and preparation.
What are the must-have travel essentials that you should pack for your trip to Seville? Well, now that you’ve booked your flights and the itinerary has been set, it’s time to check your packing list before you travel. So after years travelling myself around the world, I thought I’d share this handy travel checklist for Seville highlighting some of the most important things to do before leaving home.
Let’s see how to get money in Spain. What is the easiest and safest way to get cash in Spain? Here is everything you need to know on ATMs, changing cash, and using debit and credit cards in Seville.
Tipping in Spain is completely different than in other countries such as the US or Canada, where tipping usually comes mandatory and probably in somewhat significant amount.
Please, make sure you that read the following tips on how to keep cool especially if you are travelling with children.
A map of Seville is essential. Every time that I plan a trip one of the first things I do is to look for a map. I like to locate sights, monuments, bars and restaurants and even my accommodation (or potential one if I haven’t made up my mind yet).
The Sevilla Card is a city pass or tourist card. As soon as you start planning your trip to Seville you should get this city pass before you leave home.