Top Things to Do in Seville, Spain 

This sun-kissed city boasts the local Andalusian flair with Muslim influences, creating an astonishing mix of architecture and culture you do not want to miss.

Awe-inspiring architectural sights, fantastic Spanish food, and impromptu flamenco dancing in cozy squares around the city, Seville should be your next trip.

Admire Plaza de España

The most recognizable architectural feature of the Andalusian capital, this square was built in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exhibition. Located inside the María Luisa Park.

Uncover the secrets of Real Alcazar de Sevilla

This remarkable palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of Europe’s oldest palaces still in use by a royal family. The castle features a melting pot of styles, from Gothic to Baroque to Romantic. 

Tour Seville Cathedral

Besides its rich history, Seville Cathedral is a true architectonic wonder. Soaring over 100 meters above the city streets, the church features countless spires, arches, and stained glass windows. 

Visit Plaza de Toros

With the long, full name of Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla, this is Spain’s largest and most important arena for bullfighting.

The Metropol Parasol is a vast structure, 150 meters long and 25 meters high, made entirely of wood. The building’s design resembles a series of mushrooms, which earns it the nickname “Las Setas”.

Check out the Metropol Parasol

Watch a Flamenco Show

Since 2010, UNESCO has declared flamenco as one of the “Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity,” so watching a flamenco show while in Seville is a must.

Next steps

More amazing travel inspiration in the blog post!