With its passionate, lively spirit, Seville stands out not just for its artistic and architectural importance, but also for its compelling history which can be felt around every corner in the old quarter.
Tourism in Seville
Seville is a charming city that moves to the rhythm of flamenco, in fact, a popular Spanish song claims that "Seville has a special colour", and you can't help but notice this as soon as you arrive. Located in the south of Spain, it is the capital of Andalusia, and one of the most populated cities in Spain after Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia.
Lying on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville became a highly important city and a prosperous trading centre thanks to the river linking it to "the Americas".
The Andalucian capital has incredible sights such as the Cathedral, the Torre del Oro, Plaza España and the Giralda. Although sometimes all you need is to wander around the beautiful streets in the Triana and Santa Cruz neighbourhoods, or enjoy a peaceful walk through the stunning María Luisa Park, to connect with the city's traditions and Andalusian energy.
Where to Start?
If you're planning a trip to Seville and you want to know more about the city, we recommend finding out more about its exciting history and practical information about visiting the city. Then, you should check out the most important tourist attractions and museums that the city has to offer.
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Why use our Seville travel guide?
Written by travels for travellers, we offer useful information about travelling to Seville and making the most of your time and money. With our help, you can discover the city's most incredible sites, get insider tips about the best places to eat and sleep and you can even check out our top 10 things to see in the city.
We gathered all the information and practical advice in March 2019, and whilst we do our best to keep up-to-date, please let us know if you find any mistakes or things we need to change.