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based on 10 experiences
There is so much to do in Seville. We got the turistic bus and was a fun way to see most of things... Food was lovely. A little hard for gluten free vegans(my twin sister😳). Spanish are meat lovers😁... But we managed to find a few places to cater for my sister 😎.Posted: October 31, 2023Experienced: December, 2022
Seville has a lot to offer during your city trip. You can enjoy the beautiful attractions and sightseeing of Seville, the warm weather, the delicious tapas, long nights, ancient culture, temperament and flamenco. Seville is a city where you can easily spend a full three days visiting all of the sights.Posted: August 8, 2023Experienced: July, 2023
I went to Sevilla during semana santa and witnessed the overwhelming crowd, locals who all dressed up and the procession. Although I was aware that many roads would be blocked/ flocked before my trip, I spent 1.5 hour walking to my destination. Fortunately I met two girls during my solo trip, so I didn't lose my way. I only know a bit of Spanish from Duolingo, not even A1, but feel like I happen to learn the most useful phrases because I can somehow communicate with non-English speaking people.lol Must-see attractions: Real Alcazar de Sevilla, Cathedral and La Giralda Tower, Plaza de España and free guided walk I also paid for the Cuarto Real Alto in the palace, but imo not really worth it. Acconmodation: I stayed at a hostel near the Cathedral. Great location.Posted: July 3, 2023Experienced: March, 2023
As spring is coming to Andalusia, I’ve had an fabulous time in Seville. The city was beautiful with blooming trees and flowers. Food was good and cheap. The Alcazar was a lovely walk and a must go. Visit in some later time in April onwards and you can also see the bullfighting in Plaza del Toros (if that’s a thing you want to see). Overall a great experience.Posted: April 8, 2023
I stayed in Seville for a week last fall and loved it. Walked everywhere, very safe and beautiful. The streets are lined with thousands of orange trees. Stayed in an Airbnb right by the cathedral. From Seville I did a day tour to Granada (the Alhambra is a must) and Tangiers, Morocco on another day. Long day but so worth it to cross the Straight of Gibraltar and walk inside the ancient Medina.Posted: March 25, 2023
We went to Seville in October and it was amazing. We rented a boat at the Plaza de Espana, it was so nice and super reasonable. We had some amazing cheap tapas and sangria near Alameda de Hercules at a restaurant called Antigua Taberna de Las Escobas. We used Voi electric scooters to see some of the further outskirts of the city across the river which was really nice, it was less than €7 for a day pass on the scooters which was a great way to see the city and we could hop on and off whenever we wanted to. We found some really nice places to eat/drink along this really sweet but lively street called Calle Francos as well.Posted: December 12, 2022Experienced: October, 2022
Things to do: - Plaza de Espana - Alcázar of Seville - Seville Cathedral - Setas de Sevilla Safety: I did Seville solo as a female and it was absolutely safe. Recommendations: Seville is really lovely. So much history, and the architecture compacted into an easily walkable city centre, not to mention the food!Posted: September 13, 2022
Things to do: - Plaza de España - Royal Alcázar of Seville - Plaza del Cabildo - Catedral de Sevilla - Casa de Pilatos - Plaza de Toros Safety: I felt incredibly safe. Recommendations: Seville is a really cool city to visit. I recommend watching a flamenco dance show.Posted: September 13, 2022
Things to do: - Plaza de España - Plaza de San Lorenzo - Royal Alcázar of Seville - Catedral de Sevilla - Setas de Sevilla - Plaza de América Safety: As a solo female traveller, I also felt very safe. Recommendations: Seville is awesome. Lots of things to see and great food as well. I highly recommend.Posted: September 6, 2022
Things to do: - Royal Alcázar of Seville - Plaza de España - Catedral de Sevilla - La Giralda - Setas de Sevilla - Torre del Oro - Parque de María Luisa - Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla Safety: Seville's old town is safe, charming, and quaint. No problem if you don't speak Spanish. Recommendations: The historic part of Seville is quite compact, so you can see most of the main sights in 2 days.Posted: August 30, 2022
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