Start your day at the iconic Plaza de España, a stunning square featuring a mix of Renaissance and Moorish architecture.
Take a leisurely walk around the square and admire the colorful ceramic tiles.
Visit the majestic Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Explore the interior, including the tomb
of Christopher Columbus, and climb the Giralda Tower for panoramic views of the city.
Explore the historic neighborhood of Santa Cruz, known for its narrow streets, charming squares, and hidden courtyards.
Get lost in its labyrinthine alleys and soak in the unique atmosphere.
Enjoy a delicious Andalusian lunch at El Rinconcillo, one of the oldest tapas bars in Seville. Sample traditional dishes
such as salmorejo, tortilla española, and jamón ibérico.
Visit the Real Alcázar, a stunning royal palace with a mix of architectural styles, including Moorish and Mudéjar.
Explore the beautiful gardens and intricate tilework.
Discover the Casa de Pilatos, a hidden gem showcasing Renaissance and Mudéjar architecture. Admire the exquisite tilework
and tranquil courtyards.
Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Triana, a traditional neighborhood known for its flamenco culture. Enjoy a flamenco
show at one of the local tablaos, such as Casa Anselma or El Arenal.
Have dinner at a traditional Andalusian restaurant in Triana, savoring dishes like pescaíto frito (fried fish) and gazpacho.
End the evening with a stroll along the Guadalquivir River, enjoying the illuminated cityscape.
Day 2: Cultural and Architectural Highlights
Start your day at the Metropol Parasol, also known as Las Setas (The Mushrooms). This modern structure offers panoramic
views of Seville and houses an archaeological museum.
Visit the Museo de Bellas Artes, one of Spain’s most important art museums. Admire works by renowned painters such as
Velázquez, Murillo, and Zurbarán.
Explore the Barrio Santa Cruz, another historic neighborhood with narrow streets, picturesque squares, and charming
patios. Visit the Hospital de los Venerables, a stunning Baroque building that now houses an art center.
Enjoy a leisurely lunch at Mercado Lonja del Barranco, a gourmet market offering a variety of local delicacies and tapas.
Visit the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, one of the oldest bullrings in Spain. Take a guided tour to learn about the history and traditions of bullfighting.
Explore the Maria Luisa Park, a beautiful park filled with lush gardens, fountains, and monuments. Visit the Plaza de América and the Plaza de España within the park.
Indulge in a traditional Sevillano dinner at Eslava, a popular tapas bar known for its innovative and flavorful dishes.
Take a relaxing evening walk along the Calle Sierpes, a vibrant shopping street lined with boutiques and shops.
Enjoy a drink and soak in the lively atmosphere at Alameda de Hércules, a trendy square filled with bars and outdoor terraces.
Day 3: Hidden Gems and Culinary Delights
Start your day by visiting the Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos, an impressive tobacco factory that now houses the University
of Seville. Take a guided tour to learn about its historical significance.
Explore the Macarena neighborhood, known for its alternative vibe and bohemian atmosphere. Visit the Basilica de la
Macarena, home to the revered Virgin of Hope of Macarena.
Indulge in a delightful lunch at Mercado de Feria, a local market offering a wide range of fresh produce, tapas, and
Visit the Metropol Theater, a beautiful Art Nouveau building that hosts various cultural events and performances.
Explore the quirky neighborhood of Alameda, known for its street art, vintage shops, and trendy cafes.
Experience the flavors of Andalusian cuisine with a dinner at Abantal, a Michelin-starred restaurant offering innovative
dishes prepared with local ingredients.
End your evening with a leisurely walk along the River Guadalquivir, enjoying the views of the city’s illuminated