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Seville City Breaks

Excellent tapas bars and a love of flamenco and fiesta make this a city full of life. A maze of cobbled streets, whitewashed houses, flowered balconies, and scented orange trees, this is a charming city with an authentic Spanish flavour.

Insider Tip

Visit Real Fabrica de Tabacos, the tobacco factory that was built in 18th century. It's now known as the setting of George Bizet's Carmen.

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Must See

 

must see in seville

Cathedral and Giralda Tower Take a funicular to the top of Castle Hill for views of the city, the Turul Statue, the Royal Palace and a selection of museums and churches. 

Santa Cruz The Jewish Quarter is a pretty picture-postcard complex of streets and squares.

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Must Do

must do in seville

Flamenco Andalucia is the spiritual home of this passionate and emotional dance - once you have experienced it in its homeland you will become addicted.

Barrio Santa Cruz Walk the labyrinth of alleyways framed by the walls of Alcazar. This is an enchanting district of Seville with whitewashed houses and flower-filled patios.

 

 


Food & Shopping

shopping in seville

Sevillian cuisine is light and simple. Local specialities include gazpacho (chilled tomato and pepper soup) and soldatidos de pavia (fried cod or hake), and don't forget to visit one of the many tapas bars.



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Excursions

excursions in seville

Majestic Seville
Enjoy a guided tour of the Cathedral of Seville, the largest gothic cathedral in the world and the final resting place of legendary explorer Christopher Columbus. Venture through the enchanting Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz. Discover the impressive architecture of the Royal Alcazars of Seville (Entrance fee to Seville Cathedral and the Royal Alcazar is not included).

Departs: Mon, Tue, Thurs & Sat. Duration: 3.5 hours.
Adults from £28.

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