Where is Seville?

Here are estimated train travel times to Seville from different big cities:

  • 2 hours from Malaga
  • 3 hours from Madrid
  • 6 hours from Barcelona
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Top 5 attractions in Seville

  • Real Alcázar · Get Tickets
  • Plaza de España
  • Catedral de Sevilla · Get Tickets
  • Barrio Santa Cruz
  • Las Setas de Sevilla

Read More: Jewish Quarter of Seville · Rooftop Tour of the Cathedral · Inside the Real Alcazar

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Other attractions in the city

  • Casa De Pilatos · Get Tickets
  • Real Maestranza de Caballería
  • Plaza del Cabildo
  • Torre del Oro
  • Maria Luisa Park
  • Triana Neighborhood, Seville
  • Palacio De Las Dueñas · Get Tickets
  • Casa de la Memoria · Get Tickets
  • Hospital De Los Venerables
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Best day trips from Seville

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Seville is an enchanting city that moves with the rhythm of its flamenco. It’s situated on the Iberian Peninsula, serving as the capital of Andalusia, and it’s one of the country’s biggest cities, not far behind Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia.

Seville has stunning architecture and delicious food.

To help you plan your trip to Seville, I’ve put together this guide, breaking down the essential information into different sections. It’s more than your standard travel guide, as it serves as a collection of all our articles about Seville.

key takeaway

  • Due to its naval history and heavy Arab influence, Seville is definitely in the running for the title of the most beautiful city in Spain.

Where to Stay in Seville

Seville has a large collection of hotels to suit any preference or budget. Here are a few to consider for your stay.

Hand picked hotel recommendations:

However, Seville’s neighborhoods are quite distinct, and some may be better suited to your style of travel. The best way to find out is by learning more about them.

Neighborhoods of Seville:

Complete Guide to the Best Neighborhoods in Seville

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Is Seville worth visiting?

No doubt about it, Seville is definitely worth a visit. It’s a city that captures the heart of Spain. Whether you love history, food, architecture, or simply seek the pulse of a passionate city, Seville has something for everyone.

Seville in 3 questions:

  • What is the best attraction to see in Seville? It has to be the Real Alcazar!
  • What is the most photographed spot in Seville? Plaza de España
  • What is Seville best known for? It is often said that Seville is where the gypsy art of Flamenco was born. (Although some would say it’s Granada!)

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