Seville. What to see in the main city of Andalusia? 

Where to start around Seville?

The best walking route

Seville - the fourth-largest Spanish city, the south of the country, the capital of Andalusia, one of the most visited, a former Roman colony, home of Flamenco. 

The old city is shrouded in mystery, but at the exit will meet Metropol Parasol - a modern, futuristic cultural complex, the largest wooden building in the world. Vegetables, fruits, Andalusian cheese, ham, all this is offered by the market Mercado de la Encarnacion (ground floor Metropol Parasol). The second and third floor is a restaurant, with viewing terraces offering a beautiful view.

The basement under the bazaar is occupied by Roman excavations. Hispalis I-VI centuries AD, causing the interest of passers-by.

Lifehack: A ticket to the Alcazar will open up a free pass to the Antiques Centre.

Metropol Parasol
Metropol Parasol 

Metropol Parasol is a favorite location for Sevillan. The shadow of the umbrellas helps to hide in a sultry day. In summer, the t reaches + 44 s.

Torre del Oro Tower in Seville
Golden Tower

Place of meeting of excursion groups - Torre del Oro Tower. The protective, observation and defense structure of the harbor from 1220.

Santa Cruz district Seville
Santa Cruz

The Jewish quarter, small parade, winding alleys, (easy to get lost!) will be moved back several centuries.

Bar hosteria del Laurel
Bar Hosteria del Laurel

Famous for its legend - where Jose Zorrilla's "Don Juan Tenorio" was written.

Places to visit in Seville: 

One of the most popular place to visit in Seville is Patio de Banderas - the main memorials are concentrated here. The palace and park ensemble of the Real Alcazar of Seville. Rebuilt by the Muslims - austere on the outside, rich on the inside. The decoration is delightful and admirable. Dorn's scenes in "Game of Thrones" were filmed here.

The Archives of India - houses a 450-year-old building that collected documents of discovery, colonization of America, records of Christopher Columbus (Av. Constitucion)

Unusual things to do in Seville


Go for new experiences in Seville. Is the most unusual thing to do near the capital of Andalusia. Check out fresh emotions for the city. 

  • The Italian imprint can be traced 12 km from the center in Santiponce (Avenida Extremadura 2). Prehistoric ensemble of Italica (the first settlement founded in Spain and at the same time outside Italy) consisting of the ruins of the Roman theater with 25,000 seats, baths, part of the mosaic. !!! Between the ruins are annually held the largest competition - Cross Internacional Italica

  • Three whole stadiums! Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. It's where FC Sevilla. Home arena of Real Betis club - Benito Villamar. The last one, the Olympic, was built for the event in 1999 but was never used for its intended purpose, so now it hosts various concerts and once hosted the UEFA Cup final.

  • Corrida on Maestranza (Paseo Cristobal Colon 12) accommodates 14000 spectators. Before the fight the bullfighters pray in the chapel nearby, there is an infirmary, wardrobe. The battle season is April to October.

  • On the Plaza Dona Elvira, find building number 6. Don Ines de Ulloa, the unrequited love of Don Giovanni, was born in this house. Today is a restaurant of national cuisine.

  • The largest, most luxurious Hotel Alfonso XIII in the Santa Cruz area, is a neomudejar style. It opened its doors after a global reconstruction in 1929. The entrance is completely free - wealth, life of aristocrats, the splendor of Moorish taste.