Seville City Breaks

The sultry Andalusian capital

Charming cobbled streets, fascinating history and plenty of photo-worthy views to discover – a holiday to Seville is perfect for those in search of sun and charm. Giving visitors an authentic glimpse of traditional Spain, the Andalusian capital is a compact city with plenty to keep you occupied. Whether you want to immerse yourself in its culture or sample tasty tapas in captivating 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. You'll find Seville to be a city with an intoxicating mix of Moorish and Christian architecture and history that's as alive with celebration today as it was in its 16th century heyday.

Your Seville City questions, answered

Opt for May to enjoy hot - but not scorching - weather, less crowds and that unmistakable scent of Seville oranges lingering in the air.

The two biggest events in Seville's calendar are Semana Santa (Easter Week) with its spectacular religious processions and the week-long party of Feria de Abril.

Try secreto Iberico ham, carillada de cerdo red wine stew and a sweet Sevillian torrija - deep-fried bread soaked in beaten eggs and covered in sugar.

Best things to do in Seville City

Learn about flamenco

Visit the Museum of Flamenco for an eclectic collection of costumes and a run-down on the enthralling art form's history.

Climb La Giralda tower

From the top, you’ll catch a glimpse of Andalucia’s famous white villages – just make sure you keep your camera handy.

Wander in the Old Town

You’ll uncover Seville’s loveliest sights in the Old Town including the Cathedral of Seville and the ornate Real Alcazar palace and gardens.