Day 1

Our first day in Seville starts in the Plaza de España, designed by the Seville architect Aníbal González as an emblematic space of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Located in the María Luisa Park, it is the most famous park in the city.

Then we make a stop at the Hotel Alfonso XIII, opened in 1929 that stands out for its Mudejar architecture.

Next we will go to the Archivo de Indias, whose origin dates back to the founding of the Casa de Contratación to control the Indias trade.

Then we will visit the Cathedral of Seville, the largest Gothic temple in Europe, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. If you want to see the cathedral from above, we invite you to stroll across the decked roofs and enjoy its views. It is necessary to make a reservation in advance. Within the entrance of the cathedral, we have access to the Giralda, the bell tower that offers magnificent 360º panoramic views of the city.

And then we will take Sierpes street, full of bars, shops and cafes. An essential stop during the Official Easter Race, since the brotherhoods pass through this street on their way to the Cathedral.

We can get lost in the streets of Seville until we reach the Basilica of La Macarena, a Catholic temple in the neighbourhood of the same name.

Finally, the last stop of the journey can be at the Giralda, views of which we can enjoy from  the terrace of the Hotel Eme.

Day 2

Today we will begin the visit at the Real Alcázar, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. It is one of the oldest palaces in use in the world, which has lived through many different time periods from the end of the 11th century to the present day. It is recommended to buy the tickets in advance.

Then go to the Torre del Oro, built in the 11th century and located on the left bank of the Guadalquivir river, 36 meters high with a defensive character.

We will follow the river until we reach the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, which includes the Bullfighting Museum.

And from there we can finish our visit in the Triana neighbourhood. It is located on the right bank of the Guadalquivir river. The Triana Bridge stands out, built in 1852 and therefore  the oldest in the city, along with the armillary sphere. It marks the mile zero in the Plaza de Cuba and the Triana Market, a food market and gastronomic space.

We use own and third party cookies. To continue browsing, please accept the use of these cookies. More information

Cookies settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" and thus offer you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue using this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" you are giving us your consent to continue using them.

Close