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Holidays in Seville

Travel Information

Language: Spanish

Currency: Euros

Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour

Nearest Airport


Charming cobbled streets, fascinating history and plenty of photo-worthy landscapes to discover – a trip to Seville offers the perfect city break for those in search of sun.

Giving visitors an authentic glimpse of traditional Spain, this compact city has plenty to keep you occupied. Whether you want to immerse yourself in its captivating culture or sample tasty tapas in pleasant surroundings, there’s a wealth of places to visit and experience. What’s more, the city is easily walkable, so you can take in the ancient sights of the old town or enjoy the lively Triana district at your own pace.

Visit the city in the summer for scorching temperatures and bustling streets or take a trip around Easter to tie-in with some of Seville’s colourful festivals. If you prefer something quieter, opt for May when you’ll still be able to enjoy hot weather and that unmistakable scent of oranges lingering in the air.

Top places to see in Seville

Santa Cruz

Increasingly popular with tourists, this area of the city is characterised by its whitewashed houses and meandering streets. Wander around small squares lined with orange trees, or sit outside one of the many bars and enjoy the view. Formerly the Jewish Quarter, you’ll stumble across a number of religious buildings, full of history and stories.


Triana has a firm identity and a thriving nightlife, making it a great spot for those seeking something lively. There’s a great tapas and flamenco scene when the sun goes down, as well as many waterside restaurants and bars.

Seville City Centre

The heart of Seville is much more modern in style, making way for high-street shops and designer stores. While you’ll find your usual brand names in this part of town, you’ll also come across a few traditional shops selling quality leather goods and quirky souvenirs.

Hotels in Seville

Seville | Andalusia | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Shared, accommodation only

£ 746.35

per person


Seville | Andalusia | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Family Room, accommodation only

£ 822.31

per person


Seville | Andalusia | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

£ 581.94

per person


Seville | Andalusia | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

£ 545.88

per person


Seville | Andalusia | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room / Single Room, accommodation only

£ 679.49

per person


Seville | Andalusia | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

£ 595.22

per person


Things to Do in Seville

Exploring Seville...

Learn about the art of flamenco

It’s more than likely you’ll come across a few flamenco dancers on your trip to Seville, with regular performances taking place in the tourist clubs and bars. If you’re interested in learning more, however, the Museum of Flamenco is well worth a visit. The exhibit contains an eclectic collection of costumes as well as a run-down on its history. There’s even an hour-long performance for real enthusiasts.

Climb the La Giralda tower

Getting a good view of the city is a must when visiting Seville. A trip to La Giralda cathedral will give you your fill of culture as well as a great perspective from the building’s tower. From the top, you’ll catch a glimpse of Andalucia’s famous white villages – just make sure you keep your camera handy.

Embrace the city’s festivals

If you’re lucky enough to visit Seville during one of its many festivals, you’re in for a treat. The two biggest events in the calendar are at Easter and in April. If you don’t fancy over-blown religious celebrations, you might want to visit in April. Experience a week-long festival of drinking, dancing and flamenco, where locals drink rebujito - a mix of sherry and lemonade, and dress up in elaborate costumes to parade through the streets.

Sightseeing in Seville

You’ll uncover most of Seville’s most notable sights in the old town, thanks to its extensive history and religious origins. The cathedral of Seville should be high on your to-visit list, as should a trip to the Real Alcazar. This beautiful palace could easily have you whiling away an afternoon strolling through its lavish gardens, courtyards and majestically-decorated rooms.

Plaza de Espana is the site of the Spanish pavilion and is often busy with tourists. While history fans arrive to marvel at its architecture and fascinating past, film fans will also recognise it as one of the locations of the Star Wars films. Close by, you’ll find a number of museums – from the archaeology museum to Seville’s vast aquarium.

Food and drink in Seville

Cuisine in Seville

While Seville is perhaps most well-known for its oranges, you’ll find plenty of other delicious dishes to devour on your getaway. Aside from great tapas bars, there are many restaurants serving up local flavours.

Seville is known for its meat dishes. Secreto Iberico is a fine cut of pork that features on many a menu, while Carillada de Cerdo is one of the city’s most traditional stewed meats. The dish is usually cooked in a red wine reduction and accompanied by vegetables – best served with a large glass of wine!

For those in want of something sweet, opt for traditional Sevillian Torrijas. This unique dessert is made from stale bread soaked in beaten eggs before being deep fried. They are covered in sugar syrup, honey or sweetened milk and often served in pastry shops around the city. They’re often best served with ice-cream, making for a delicious after-dinner treat.

Restaurants in Seville

You won’t be short of places to eat in Seville, from the traditional eateries of the old town to the more modern restaurants in the city’s livelier areas.

For great tapas bars, head to the cathedral in the centre of town. You’ll find many great bars surrounding the area, all offering great food and atmosphere. If it’s views you’re after, make a visit to the river. There are a number of restaurants and bars here. Although they might not be as authentically Spanish as the eateries in the old town, they provide a particularly scenic setting for lingering with a glass of wine when the sun goes down.

Going to Seville with easyJet holidays

Whether you’re in search of a sun-drenched setting for a romantic break, or a dose of culture in the form of museums and art galleries, you’ll soon fall in love with Seville. Explore its medieval-style old town, embrace its lively festivals or make the most of its delicious Spanish dishes.

Booking your holiday to Seville with easyJet holidays is the ideal way to enjoy your next city break without the hassle. You’ll save on your trip when you book your flight and hotel together with easyJet holidays.

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