Sunny Sevilla is an atmospheric city full of ancient buildings, souvenirs of, among other things, the Roman and Moorish times. This city in Andalusia, in the south of Spain, is also known as the birthplace of flamenco. Walk across the enchanting Plaza de España and admire the special tile mosaics. Visit the Alcázar, an ancient palace complex that still serves as a royal palace. The palace is especially characterized by its rich Moorish style. Also visit the huge gothic Cathedral of Seville, where Columbus is said to have been buried. Climb the Giralda, the old minaret of the mosque that stood on the site of the cathedral.
Book a hotel in Casco Antiguo, the old town, if you want to stay close to attractions like the Cathedral and the Torre del Oro. Or choose the neighborhood of Triana, on the other side of the Guadalquivir in relation to the old center. This old gypsy quarter is almost entirely surrounded by the river, with beautiful bridges such as the Puente de Isabel II, and has a unique atmosphere. Another option is a hotel in the Macarena district, north of the city center. Here you will find the striking Basílica de la Macarena and the Andalusian parliament building.
The right atmosphere is just as important as the right location for a hotel. If you come to Seville for the historical heritage of the city, you will make your holiday complete with a stay in a historic hotel. For a special holiday with the two of you book a romantic boutique hotel. If there are children, you can book a family-friendly hotel with childcare or a children’s pool, for example.
The Aeropuerto San Pablo de Sevilla (SVQ) is located approximately 8 kilometers northeast of the city center.
The radiant Seville is a true experience, with its many churches, palaces and sun-drenched squares. If you want to learn more about the Roman history of Seville, you can visit the nearby Itálica. These ruins of a Roman town show how life used to look like here. You can visit Seville the best in the spring and autumn, when temperatures are more moderate. Summer is the busiest period and also the hottest, with temperatures up to 40 ° C.