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Seville Holidays

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Stunning Seville

Whatever it is that draws you to his wonderful city, Seville holidays will be greatly rewarding for those that take the plunge. A combination of stunning architectural themes, a delectable culinary scene and interesting museums and landmarks prove to be a big lure for holidaymakers hoping to indulge in the vibrancy and history of this great city of Spain.

Seville is the capital of the Andalusia region and thus boasts its own traditional and regional features that are unlike anywhere else in Spain. Arguably some of these elements are best discovered outside of the city across local-vibe villages and towns that capture the essence of Andalusia without the overwhelming influence of tourism. However and wherever you choose to spend your holidays in Seville, you’ll be blown away by the city’s character, as well as the charm and ethos of the region of Andalusia.

Contagious Character and Surrounding Beauty

Once you’ve absorbed the majesty of Seville’s cathedral – one of the largest in the world, explored the incredible maze of streets in the city’s Jewish Quarter, visited Real Alcazar Palace and relaxed amid the beauty of the Maria Luisa Park, it is time to add some variety and discovery to your holidays to Seville by indulging in some of the attractions of the outer area that encompasses the city.

The nearby pretty village of Sierra de Aracena is a fascinating place to visit. In addition to its immense charm and beautiful natural surroundings, the village is also famed for its production of jamon, proving to be one of the best locations for sourcing some of Spain’s delectable treat. Nearby Sierra Norte is another destination offering a quaint escape, as well as some wonderful hiking opportunities for fans of the great outdoors. For a little more hustle and bustle after your break from the city, take some daytrips to some more of Spain’s top destinations, including Cadiz, one of the world’s oldest cities, and Malaga, home to some stunning beaches.

Important Information

Travel Information
Language: Spanish
Currency: Euro
Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour
Local airport: Seville
Flight time: 2 hours 40 minutes


The Alcazar is a large Moorish style palace that was built in 14th century. The palace complex consists of huge halls, gardens and courtyards. The palace is open to public for a small fee. The Puerta de Triana region is one of the city’s most popular areas, home to a large number of beautiful buildings as well as plenty of restaurants and bars.

Things to Do

If you are looking for the ultimate adrenaline rush then you should check out the skydiving facilities just outside the city. A great way to explore the city if Seville and the surrounding countryside is by bicycle. There are a number of facilities to rent bikes from, either for the city or mountain bikes for the country trails.

Seville Festivals

Semana Santa is a Catholic festival that is held during the week of Easter. The festival is a solemn affair with thousands of people walking the streets in processions. Feria de Sevilla is one of the biggest and most famous festivals in Spain. Held after the Semana Santa the Feria de Sevilla is effectively a huge week long party held in the streets of the city.


The city is home to a number of beautiful cathedrals such as La Giralda; a mixture of Gothic and Moorish architecture and the impressive Cathedral of Seville, one of the largest churches in the world. Seville has a number of ancient and spectacular bridges that span the Guadalquivir River that runs through the city.