Seville is soulful. Busy streets ,tall orange trees, narrow lanes, intricate Cathedral designs, jaw dropping flamenco performances and a hub to all festivities, Seville is one of the cosiest cities you’ll ever come across. Unlike the other commercial cities of Spain like Madrid and Barcelona, this place has its raw cultural beauty to offer. The warm and friendly people around there make your journey even more meaningful. It has something to bring to the table for everyone. So, if you’re looking for a flamboyant experience in Spain, Seville should be a must visit destination on your list of Spain Tour Packages.
If you’ve just got one day at this beautiful city, you wouldn’t want to miss out on the best things this city has in store for you. So, here are few things to include while you pay a visit there.
Start off your day with a filling breakfast to keep you going for the day! Horno San Buenaventura, being an accessible option is right opposite to the Cathedral. Apart from its convenient location, this place is known for serving delightful morning meals. Locals enjoy freshly squeezed orange juice and tostadas to go with it. (Should take about an hour)
Seville Cathedral– The largest Gothic cathedral and the third largest church in the world never fails to astonish its visitors. Pause to take a look at the stunning rosette stained glass, golden altarpiece, Columbus’s tomb and much more. Seville’s Cathedral is a sheer majesty! The Giralda minaret, standing tall at 104 meters ensures a 360 degree view of the city. Make sure to cover this splendour in your Spain Tour package. (1-2 Hours)
Hop up to Casa Morales Bar which are steps away from the cathedral. A decent tapas bar with a great ambience will not disappoint you if you’re looking for local flavour with reasonable rates. Relish your drink with their well-known minced meat sandwiches.
Alcazar One of the most symbolic structures in Seville, Alcazar is Europe’s oldest palace. Baroque architectural styles, Marvel at Almohad, dizzying details are worth spending the afternoon on. They say “If you have one place to visit – make it here”. ( 2-3 hours)
Barrio de Santa Cruz
Walk off lunch in the district of Santa Cruz, just behind the Alcazar Palace. Some consider it as Spain’s Disneyland, but beyond the souvenir shops and overpriced bars, there are plenty of treasures to discover. Plan to stay up for 2-3 hours to explore the wonderful neighbourhood.
Don’t forget to reserve your spot at this fine dine restaurant. You are sure to have a delightful experience if you are a food lover. Expect top notch services and attentive staff.
Casa de la Memoria
Flamenco dance is the heart of Andalusian culture. You’ll hear it echoing in every street or nearby studio of Seville! This flamboyant form of dance consists of guitar strums, foot taps and Singing. Awe-striking performances by these dancers will leave you spellbound. There’s no better way than Casa de la Memoria’s nightly show to end your trip.
Grab your shoes and explore Spain’s most memorable city!
See you in Spain. As they say, Nos Vemos en España!