If the April fair does not exhaust your strength, we suggest you discover the best places to visit and the best places to have tapas and enjoy the city in a single day. Will you join us?
With the help of Sevillians, we know the most emblematic places to enjoy the city in a single day. Remedios Reyes Morales and Jesús Gallardo, #funplanners travelers, they suggest the best places to get to know Seville.
In the morning
Start the morning visiting the historic center of the Andalusian capital. Seville has a Historical Heritage of the most beautiful of the peninsula and exploring its streets will take you all morning. We recommend that you not miss the Cathedral of Seville, climb the Giralda from where you can see the entire city and visit the Alcázar.
Before the heat hits, get closer to drink some wines in the Arenal neighborhood, whose name comes from the time when a large esplanade opened its way between the Puerta de Triana and the Torre del Oro. Now it is one of the most traditional neighborhoods in the city and characteristic for its love of bullfighting, and the best place to Tapas!
Our #funplanner Reme recommends two places for tapas in the old town: Bar el Perejil on Mateos Gago Street, “typical for drinking sweet wines” in the Santa Cruz neighborhood and Bar Blanco Cerrillo “full of the smell of pavia marinating the entire Tetuán street.”
Our friend Nuria also recommends us the Colonial Tavern perfect for savoring the best of Andalusian gastronomy at two points throughout the city, such as a slice of bread with salmorejo, quail egg and Iberian ham, finger-licking good! We leave you a guide to the best places to eat in Seville.
And if none of these recommendations convince you, here we leave you another list with the best restaurants in Seville, Olé!
In the afternoon
Go to the Plaza de España when you get drowsy from your siesta and walk to the Maria Luisa Park to rest. When evening falls walk to the Torre del Oro and take a walk along the river to the Triana neighborhood, the neighborhood with the most essence of Seville. Be sure to visit Betis Street, it will surprise you!
Our #funplanner Jesus Gallardo He also recommends a walk through the Santa Cruz neighborhood heading towards the giralda, crossing Calle de San Fernando and, in the process, seeing the old Royal Tobacco Factory which is now used as a University and where the Carmen movie starring Paz Vega was filmed. Continuing the walk, it is worth taking a photo in front of the Alfonso XII hotel and the Puerta de Jerez that take you to the cathedral and the Alcázar.
If you arrive and do not have accommodation we recommend the best hotels to sleep in the Andalusian city and leave you with no excuses that prevent you from traveling to Seville;) And to get around the city there is nothing better than Sebici, Seville's bike loan service par excellence.
After some good wines (as it could not be otherwise), you have two options to enjoy the Sevillian night. You can come and enjoy a show at any self-respecting flamenco tablao in Seville, or you can go and enjoy the best party in the Antique Theater, recommendation of our favorite Sevillian;)
Jesús also recommends having a drink on the terraces of one of the hotels with views of the Giralda or going to the Eslava bar for a drink.