The bustling Andalusian capital has hundreds of attractionssuch as its historical monuments, its culture, its atmosphere and its citizen hospitality. No matter your age or interests that lead you to visit the city, there will always be something to do in Seville so take note of the cheap plans that we propose suitable for all budgets:
Seville offers the possibility of taking good panoramic views, our recommendation is preferably at dusk, from various points of the city:
The Gold Tower, tourist icon of the city and whose price is three euros, where you can take pictures from different angles and the tower’s timetable start at 9:30 to 19:00 and Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 to 19:00.
Is located in the Plaza de la Encarnación with 28 meters of height where is possible to take a 360-degree panoramic photography and count with a 250-meter walkway. The access hours are from Monday to Sunday from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm and its cost is 5 euros being exempt from payment those born and resident in Seville, children under 5 years and people with disabilities.
Where you can go up to take pictures, although many of them are closed to the public until the sun goes down. The ones we suggest are Hotel Palacio del Alcázar, Hotel EME Terraza and Hotel Doña María.
Located in the heart of the Sevillian neighborhood of Triana and a few meters from the Isabel II Bridge, this place has a history of more than 190 years. Here we can find stalls where we can shop but, recently it has included a leisure offer with a dozen stalls where we can taste food. From Oway Tours we offer you a selection of the best bars with the best prices where to have tapas in the Triana Market:
Occupies the 24th and 25th place, there you can find a wide variety of products and generous portions with impeccable service. It is open from 12:00 to 24:00 hours and is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Located at number 10 and made for who are looking for a vegan and vegetarian option. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 16:00 and from 19:00 to 23:30.
The bocasú pastry shop is the ideal place that stands out for its variety of desserts. It is located in stalls 5 and 7 and offers the possibility of consuming them at the table or to take away, our recommendation is that you take a seat and enjoy the wonderful cupcakes and liquid chocolate croquettes.
Flamenco is an iconic part of Andalusian culture, so you should take the opportunity to see a live show. We offer a free option at “La Carbonería”,a bar located on the street Céspedes in addition you can enjoy tapas at a very good price while you see a live show. Another option for those who want to discover the roots of flamenco is the “each of memory of al-Andalus”located on street CunaIt. Is a private museum dedicated to the history and live shows of flamenco and its a recommended visit that you can make with Night Tour of Seville .The main building is located at a typical Sevilla’s house of the late fifteenth century.
There are many museums and historical buildings that you can visit during your stay in Seville for free, such as the Archive of the Indies. If you carry with you the accreditation of European Union citizen you can enter without paying to the House of Pilatos and Fine Arts of Seville.There are also a number of buildings in which, according to the following dates and times, admission is also free.
If your preferences are oriented with a heritage tourism, from Oway Tours we offer you the following proposals to complete your visit to the city: