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A weekend in Seville

Published on March 25, 2024 by Laura

A weekend in Seville

Seville, the beautiful city in the south of Spain, is known for its rich history, vibrant nightlife and incredible gastronomy.

A weekend in Seville can be the perfect getaway to discover all the charms this city has to offer. From its emblematic monuments to its most hidden corners, every street invites you to immerse yourself in a unique experience full of colour and joy. Ready for a trip? Here we go!

What to do in Seville in one weekend

Although it would take several days (or weeks, or months…) to get to know the city in depth, if you only have a weekend in Seville, you still have plenty of time to make the most of.

From immersing yourself in history at the majestic Cathedral and the Real Alcázar, strolling through the Santa Cruz neighbourhood, savouring the delicious local gastronomy, or enjoying a flamenco show at a traditional tablao, there are plenty of things to do in Seville in two days.

Golden tower (Torre del Oro) along the Guadalquivir river, Seville (Andalusia), Spain.

Discover Seville in a weekend

Day 1 in Seville

We will start the morning visiting some of the emblematic monuments of this enchanting city. Don’t miss the imposing Seville Cathedral and its famous Giralda, an ancient minaret that offers unparalleled panoramic views of the city. Then, head to the Real Alcázar, a jewel of Mudejar art that will transport you to another era.

In the afternoon, we recommend you visit some of the most outstanding museums and cultural sites. The Museo de Bellas Artes is a must for art lovers, where you can admire masterpieces of Sevillian Baroque. If you prefer something more contemporary, the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo is the place for you.

When night falls in Seville, it’s time to enjoy its vibrant nightlife and exquisite gastronomy. Enjoy lunch at one of the traditional restaurants in the Barrio de Santa Cruz for authentic Andalusian food. Afterwards you can attend an authentic flamenco show at El Palacio Andaluz.

Day 2 in Seville

Start your second day in Seville by visiting the Plaza de España, an architectural masterpiece that fuses Renaissance and Mudejar elements. Then head to Maria Luisa Park, adjacent to the Plaza de España, where you can relax among its beautiful gardens and fountains.

Enjoy a delicious lunch in the Triana neighbourhood, across the Isabel II Bridge, where you’ll find a wide variety of bars and restaurants. Explore this charming area of Seville, known for its ceramic workshops and lively streets, and visit the Mercado de Triana to shop for local produce and souvenirs.

End your weekend in Seville with a leisurely stroll along the Guadalquivir River, admiring the city lights reflected in the water and enjoying the evening breeze. Here you can dine overlooking the river in a quiet and romantic atmosphere.

What to eat in a weekend in Seville

Seville’s cuisine is a manifestation of its rich history and culture, fusing Arab, Jewish and Roman influences. Taking a gastronomic tour of the city and sampling typical Sevillian dishes is a must if you’re spending a weekend in Seville.

Starting with tapas, there is a wide variety of options, from the classic Spanish patatas bravas to the more elaborate salmorejo, papas arrugas and montadito de pringá. You can’t leave without trying the pescaíto frito (fried fish).

As specific recommendations, the Casa Robles restaurant is known for its exquisite Andalusian cuisine, with dishes such as oxtail and gazpacho. At Espacio Eslava you can sample the best of experimental gastronomy fused with the tradition of traditional Spanish cuisine.

Tapas bars such as Bodeguita Romero and El Rinconcillo, the oldest bar in Seville, are obligatory stops for authentic Sevillian tapas. In these places, you can enjoy a cold beer paired with a variety of tapas.

Sevillian cuisine is a celebration of flavours, aromas and deep-rooted traditions, where every bite is an unforgettable experience of Spanish culture – discover it during your weekend in Seville!

Spain Square (Plaza de Espana), Seville, Spain, built on 1928, it is one example of the Regionalism Architecture mixing Renaissance and Moorish styles.

Accommodation for a weekend in Seville

The first step to enjoy your weekend in Seville is to find the right accommodation for your getaway.

After a day full of adventures and discoveries, there is nothing better than resting in a comfortable and cosy place. For this, we recommend you to stay in our Sevilla Las Dueñas Apartments, modern apartments in Seville centre perfectly equipped for your weekend in the city.

Our apartments are the perfect choice to make the most of your stay in the city. They have all the necessary amenities to make you feel at home, we have apartments with up to 3 bedrooms, perfect for couples on a romantic getaway or large families. All have free wifi, bathroom amenities included and are pet-friendly accommodation, suitable for pets with a small supplement.

Their location is unbeatable, close to the city’s main tourist attractions. So you won’t have to worry about long journeys. Without a doubt, staying a weekend in Seville in our apartments will be the icing on the cake to your Seville getaway.

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