While Barcelona and Madrid might be better-known tourist destinations, a visit to Spain isn’t complete without a visit to southern Spain’s sun-soaked capital, Seville. This lively city is the 4th largest in Spain and is known for Flamenco dancing, delicious tapas, bullfights and fragrant olive groves.
Other than that, Seville is also a great place to immerse yourself directly in Moorish heritage, and this is especially obvious in its colourful architecture and painted tiles. Below, we have a short travel guide for you to see the most important sights in the city, the best luxury hotels to stay in, and also some of the best restaurants to try out. There’s a tapas restaurant serving both traditional and modern tapas, a Michelin-starred restaurant, and a local’s favourite.
We’ve covered the most important parts – the rest is up to you to explore and discover. For now, here are the must-sees of Seville in Spain.