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What to see in Seville in 3 days

Seville can rightly be considered the commercial, financial, artistic and cultural center of southern Spain, located in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula. Needless to say, this reality is full of tourist attractions, with monuments, squares and a whole series of realities declared World Heritage by UNESCO. But for those unfamiliar with this beautiful destination here is a series of useful tips to fully enjoy a long weekend.

Index

  1. 1 day
  2. 2 day
  3. 3 day
  4. How much does a weekend in Seville cost
  5. User questions and comments

1 day

1 - Morning: Breakfast, the Cathedral, the Giralda and Real Alcazar de Sevilla

for breakfast we invite you to try the various teas of the Teteria Al Sultan in Calle San Fernándo n. 7. At reasonable costs (not more than € 10,00) you will have the opportunity to taste some local specialties with a taste clearly influenced by North Africa. Following one of the most interesting monuments of the city: the Cathedral of Seville. Built in 1401 and completed in 1928, it is one of the largest and most fascinating Gothic cathedrals in the world. Admission has a cost of € 7,00 except Sunday which is free. Next, the Giralda, known as the "Bell Tower", offers the opportunity to admire the city from above (precise from 96 meters), paying the ticket of € 9,00. Before enjoying an excellent, a visit to the Real Alcazar de Sevilla is not to be missed (admission € 9,50). Declared a UNESCO heritage, this is one of the oldest royal palaces still used today and getting lost in its corridors is a must for anyone passing through the Andalusian city. We recommend buying tickets online (€ 36,00 per person) to have quick access and avoid the long queue present every day in front of the attraction.





2 - Afternoon: Lunch, Museum of the Armed Forces, Maria Luisa Park and Museum of Andalusia

After having appropriately stimulated your appetite, we invite you to try the flavors of Taberna Màrmol in avenida de la Borbolla 15. Informal environment and not excessive costs (no more than € 20,00 for a good meal and a glass of iced sangria) will bring you closer to the Armed Forces museum in the Plaza de Espana. Free admission to one of the most interesting locations in Seville: Piazza di Spagna. After having discovered in detail what the city offers, we invite you to get lost in the Maria Luisa park, full of attractions such as the Glorieta Mas y pas, the Glorieta de la Concha, to conclude the tour in Museo Arqueológico de Sevilla, in the nearby and enchanting Plaza de América. An unmissable destination for those traveling with children is Seville Aquarium (admission € 15,00), which however closes at 19:00, therefore to replace one of the recommended destinations.

3 - Evening: Dinner, Alameda

For dinner, we invite you to try the Tapas at the Duo Tapas bar in Calle Calatrava 10. The expectation of the tapas that has dominated your existence will be amply satisfied by this place which at moderate prices (no more than € 20,00 each) will make you try the local specialties. In the close to the Macarena district, the Alameda is a noteworthy destination, a sculpture depicting Julius Caesar and Hercules. Then to try to experience the nightlife of the city, we invite you to try the Kafka, a little place on Calle Faustino Alvarez 27, one of the most populated clubs in Seville.



In summary:

  • Distance traveled: 7,8 km / 1 h 35 min
  • Places visited: Seville Cathedral (€ 7,00), La Giralda (€ 9,00), Real Alcazar de Sevilla (€ 9,50), Museum of the Armed Forces (free), Maria Luisa Park (free) and Museum of Andalusia (free), Alameda (free)
  • 4-hour Seville Cathedral and Alcazar tour Seville - 1 hour guided tour and entrance to Alcázar Alcázar, Cathedral and Giralda of Seville: guided tour
  • Breakfast at Teteria Al Sultan (Get directions), Lunch at Taberna Màrmol (Get directions), Dinner at Duo Tapas bar (Get directions)

2 day

1 - Morning: Breakfast, San Vicente, Seville Museum of Fine Arts

The second day must start with all the energy possible, so we invite you to go to the Alfakeke in Calle San Vicente 13. Low prices, authentic Andalusian food and the possibility of quickly approaching San Vicente, a church where you can admire the quality of the engineering of the past. Once this religious passage has been completed, proceed to Seville Fine Arts Museum, with free admission for all European citizens, which houses works by the most famous Spanish painters and sculptors.

2 - Afternoon: Lunch, Roman Temple of the Calles Marmores, Flamenco Museum

For this reason, we invite you to visit the Levies Café Bar on Calle San Jose 15. Low prices, authentic Andalusian food and the opportunity to quickly approach the Templo Romano de la Calles Marmores, a free outdoor archaeological park that will make you savor the passage of the ancient Romans in Seville.
After immersing yourself in the past the time has come to discover the origins and evolution of the most sensual dance in the world: Flamenco! For the Flamenco Museum we invite you to book, and at a cost of € 8,00 you can also enjoy a live show of dancers ready to amaze you.



3 - Evening: Dinner, Triana

To relax a little during a day like this, we invite you to visit the Jaylu, fish restaurant renowned throughout the Triana district, a few steps from the Guadalquivir. The € 30,00 that you will spend for dinner will be amply rewarded by the harmonies of tastes that will expand in your palate.
For end the evening in the best possible way, lose yourself in the streets of this splendid neighborhood and choose a place to escape: you will be spoiled for choice!

In summary:

  • Distance traveled: 4,9 km / 1 h
  • Places visited: San Vicente (free), Seville Museum of Fine Arts (€ 1,50 - citizens belonging to European Union states enter for free), Roman Temple of the Calles Marmores (free), Flamenco Museum (€ 8,00) , Triana (free)
  • Seville: flamenco show at the Museo del Baile Flamenco
  • Breakfast at Alfakeke (Get Directions), Lunch at Levies Café Bar (Get Directions), Dinner at Jaylu (Get Directions)

3 day

1 - Morning: Breakfast, Isla Magica

The last day should be enjoyed calmly: head to the Camino de los Descubrimientos and try the various teas of the Cafeteria Atico (dessert and tea € 10,00). Accompany them with the desserts that please you the most and get ready for a dream morning.
After so much wandering for art we invite you to discover the Isla Magica amusement park, dedicated to children but not only, with a cost of € 24,00 for adults and € 18,00 for children will be a poor price for the fun that awaits you.

2 - Afternoon: Lunch, Isla Marina

Don't escape the amusement park, but treat yourself to a light tapas lunch at the Cabana Criolla (with € 20,00 you will delight yourself) and head to Isla Marina, in the water park associated with Isla Magica. Having spent the morning at the aforementioned park, it will be possible to enter the amusement park for the modest sum of € 8,00. And for the rest of the afternoon have fun and have fun again.

3 - Evening: Dinner, Calle Rey Juan Carlos, Metropol Parasol

Not far from the amusement parks you will find the Torre de los Perdigones, costs not excessive (€ 17,50 per person) to delight you the last time with the tastes of the place. All you have to do is stroll down Calle rey Juan Carlos e enjoy the spectacle of Seville reflected in the Guadalquivir. For those who want to enjoy a breathtaking view of the illuminated city we recommend that you reach Metropol Parasol, before preparing for departure.

In summary:

  • Distance traveled: 7,2 km / 1 h 31 min
  • Places visited: Isla Magica (adults € 24,00 - children € 18,00), Isla Marina (€ 8,00), Calle Rey Juan Carlos (free), Metropol Parasol (€ 8,00)
  • Seville: romantic panoramic carriage ride
  • Breakfast at Cafeteria Atico (Get directions), Lunch at Cabana Criolla (Get directions), Dinner at Torre de los Perdigones (Get directions)

How much does a weekend in Seville cost

  • Costs to eat: about € 35,00 per day per person (including breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Costs for museums and attractions: about € 30,00 in total per person following the itinerary suggested by us
  • Transportation: about € 5,00 per person every day on average
  • Hotels, accommodation and b & b: Hotel and b & b starting from € 29,00 per room -
  • Fun: from € 15,00 per person per day (including aperitifs, drinks, local entrance, ...)
  • Total cost of a weekend in Seville: from € 450,00 per person

Before leaving: useful tips

  • When to visit Seville: being one of the hottest cities in Europe, the best time to visit it is certainly the month of April; in addition to that of great tourist interest the Fiera de Avril during the holy week, where the indigenous population dusts off the glories of the past celebrating for the city in traditional clothes. Find out the best time to visit Seville, its climate and month-by-month tips
  • Seville is connected by the high-speed railway of the Renfe company and thanks to the San Pablo airport, one of the most important in Andalusia. From the airport to the center only half an hour at a cost of € 4,00
    Flights starting from € 50,00 -
  • the best area is the historic center as it offers the possibility to walk around the nearby attractions and is well connected by public transport. The areas of Santa Cruz are not to be excluded, characterized by character but just as expensive; the area of ​​the Alameda de Hércules district, surrounded by clubs, restaurants and shops; the area in the Triana district, ideal for couples given the romantic panorama offered by the nearby lakefront.
    Hotel and b & b starting from € 29,00 per room -
  • Getting around: public transport is highly recommended and the Multiviaje card allows you to pay only € 0,70 per trip. Find out how to get around Seville, its prices and some useful tips
  • Other: For football fans don't miss the Sevilla FC matches and the tour inside the stadium
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