Seville is a perfect city to go out with your partner for a walk, have a drink and watch the sunset on the banks of the Guadalquivir. This city, which in springtime is full of flowers, colours and smells, is the ideal setting to surprise your partner with a special date. If you want to know the most romantic plans to do in Seville, keep on reading!
The Barrio de Santa Cruz is the old Jewish Quarter of Seville and today, it still preserves the narrow streets and passages. The facades are painted in autumn colours and decorated with bougainvilleas and vines. Google Maps does not work in this neighborhood, so get lost with your partner in the Barrio de Santa Cruz and don’t forget to stop at the Antiguo Rincón del Beso (Old Kissing Corner).
Just a few steps from the cathedral, in a small street in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood called Aire, a magnificent Mudejar style mansion with almost five centuries of history has been adapted to house the Ancient Baths AIRE. The entrance is a typical Andalusian patio and once you go in you get to experience a tour of sensations through different water rooms at different temperatures and with the only light of dozens of candles. This experience, perfect to give as a gift to your partner, culminates with an outdoor pool with direct views of the Alcazar. Sounds incredible doesn’t it?
The Alcazar of Seville is a fantastic visit to enjoy with your partner. It is a walled palace complex dating from the early Middle Ages. However, it still preserves its Islamic architecture and decoration in mosaics and windows. Plus, if you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you’ll be amazed! The Alcazar of Seville and its gardens were the setting for the Kingdom of Dorne in the Fifth Season of Game of Thrones. The general ticket only costs 11,50 euros and includes the visit to the ground floor of the Palaces and Gardens of the Royal Alcazar. This is an ideal plan for a great cultural date.
Under the slogan “When eyes don’t see, flavors multiply”, the No Veas (Don’t see) Restaurant is the ideal place to have a blind date, literally! Because from the moment you enter, the room is completely dark and you won’t be able to see the food the waiters bring you, which you won’t be able to choose either. It is a whole new experience in which you will have to sharpen your other senses very, especially your taste and smell. In addition, all the cooks and waiters are blind or have a very reduced visual capacity, which makes this restaurant a beautiful cause, right? Do not hesitate to make your reservation and surprise your companion with a very special and sensory appointment.
Paddle Surfing is a very fashionable and fun activity to do with your couple. In Paddle Surf Seville you can dare to paddle surf on the Guadalquivir or go down the river at night on a surfboard. Also, if you like quiet activities you can try SUP Yoga, which as you may be imagining, consists on practicing yoga on a surfboard, it will be a magical experience!
What’s more romantic than taking a walk in the park with your partner? Enjoying the outdoors, the smells and the sound of the birds around you while you walk hand in hand. Idyllic, isn’t it? Well, Maria Luisa Park is the perfect place for all that. It is one of the favourite places for Sevillians and tourists as it is spacious, has green areas to relax and read or play sports and also has a wide variety of gardens, recreational areas and museums. And as if that were not enough, inside the Maria Luisa Park you can find the Plaza de España, where you can take a romantic boat ride while you observe the beauty of its architecture.
The Jazz Corner Club is a very romantic and sensual space that organizes live jazz concerts. It is a very cozy and intimate space perfect to take to your date. This genre of music is already very tender and deep so don’t hesitate to bring this pub to your most special person.
If you are an art lover or simply want to surprise your partner, you can take your partner to the Museum of Fine Arts in Seville, located in the heart of the historic centre. The building itself already has magnificent architecture, in baroque, renaissance and medieval style. This museum has a large number of works by Murillo, a painter of Sevillian origin, but also exhibits paintings by Velázquez, Zurbarán, Valdés Leal and many more.