As the song says, “Sevilla tiene un color especial” (Sevilla has a special colour). And it’s totally true. Its people, its streets, its atmosphere, its food… It is an unforgettable city that conquers everyone who dare to know it.
If you are thinking aboutgoing ona trip to this city, then we will discover you what to do on a weekend in Seville. We offer you the best plans so you can enjoy an unforgettable experience in this wonderfulcity
There are some must-go places in Seville, such as the Alcazar of Seville, the Cathedral of Seville or the Giralda. You can visit these places with one of our tours in which we will offer you such an interesting and dynamic explanation that will help you to know better the cultural and historical legacy of the city.
Besides visiting the monuments, you can also choose between many other options to do on aweekend in Seville, here we tellyou some good ideas!
A good plan for a Friday in Seville is going to the María Luisa Park and enjoy one of the greenest popular areas in the capital. Here you can have a walk and have a relaxing time with your loved ones.
In the evening, there is nothing better than having dinner in a restaurant and of course enjoying a flamenco show in Seville. There are several options available for you to enjoy these cultural areas/possibilities where you will be able to see the quality of the flamenco singing and dancing shows.
On Saturday we will start with a walk through the old quarter of Seville in order lose ourselves in its streets and squares and be absorbed bythe energy of the city. A good option is to walk around the shopping area too, so you will discover top bars and restaurants before getting to “Plaza de la Encarnación” where “Las Setas” monument is located.
Afterwards you can have good Andalusian tapas in a terrace. You can try delightful dishes such as fried fish and, if it is summer, nothing better than ordering a good “salmorejo” or a fresh “gazpacho”. Delicious!
After the “siesta” recommend you to discover the most hidden and mysterious part of Seville. To do this, nothing better than signing up for our Seville’s SecretsTour in which an expert will reveal some of the most fascinating stories of the capital.
We keep goingwith these proposals so you can have an idea ofwhat to do on a weekend in Seville, telling youabout the most suitable plans for a Sunday. Walking through well-known neighbourhoods such as Santa Cruz or Triana is a must and you must do it, yes or yes, during your trip.
We also recommend you to go to “Plaza de la Catedral” on Sunday, because on this day they organise an antiques market. Moreover, if you want to include some art, there is nothing better than visiting the Museum of Fine Arts to know the most artistic Seville.
In Seville there are some monuments and spaces that are a must-see. So, if you are planning to go to the city for a weekend, we recommend you not to miss the following places:
– The Cathedral of Seville: it is an essential monument that you must visit when you come to Seville
– The Giralda: located next to the Cathedral, the Giralda is the emblem of the city and, therefore it is a must-see too
– The Real Alcázar of Seville: an impressive monumental space that will leave you with your mouth open
– Torre del Oro: is a historical building located next to the Guadalquivir River that reveals part of the ancient history of the city
– Plaza de España: an impressive square that has attracted filmmakers such as the producers of Game of Thrones
– Archivo de Indias: the official building where documents related to Columbus’ voyage to the Americas are stored
– Maria Luisa Park: the green lung of the city you must know during your weekend.
There are many places where you can eat in Seville. In fact, the city is full of bars with terraces and squares where you can eat tapas and enjoy a great meal. Also, most of the city’s bars and restaurants offer excellent value for price-quality ratio, allowing you to enjoy menu for littlemoney.
We finish this article about what to do on a weekend in Seville talking about hosting. The truth is that there are plenty of possibilities to stay in the city during your trip. But what we recommend you is to look for places that are in areas such as the Santa Cruz quarter or the city centre, so that you can walk to the most emblematic points of Seville. This way you will save money on transport and you will be able to feel the city in a more authentic way.