Seville Tourism: Best of Seville
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Seville Is Great For
Powerful flamenco performances
Traditional tapas bars
A mosaic of architectural styles
Travelers' pro tips for experiencing Seville
In the words of those who've been there before ...
What is the best way to get there?
Seville is served by San Pablo Airport, otherwise known as Seville Airport (SEV).
Seville has two main bus terminals: Prado de San Sebastian, from which buses service cities and towns in Andalucia, and Plaza de Armas, from which buses depart to different regions of Spain and Portugal.
Most travelers arrive into Seville via the Autopista del Quinto Centenario (A-49), which connects the city with Huelva and Portugal.
Do I need a visa?
If you’re visiting from overseas, see if you need a visa using this website.
When is the best time to visit?
The best time to visit Seville is from March through May, before scorching summer temperatures make sightseeing an effort. Plus, springtime sees the festivals of Semana Santa (Holy Week), during which the city is overrun with religious processions, and Feria de Abril, a fair that celebrates Seville’s culture with flamenco and food.
For more information on Seville’s weather and when to go, check out some tips here.
The easiest way to explore Seville is by hop-on hop-off bus, which allows you to explore at your own pace and cover all of the city’s top attractions. See here for more information on routes and timetables.
There are plenty of bike rental shops in Seville. Cycling is generally a safe and convenient way to explore.
Seville’s Metro-Centro tram network begins in Plaza Nueva in the center of the city and terminates at San Bernado train station, which offers connections to the metro. You can buy a ticket from each tram station.
Are there local customs I should know?
- We recommend staying at one of the most popular hotels in Seville, which include:
- We recommend checking out these popular tours when looking for something to do in Seville:
- Alcazar and Cathedral of Seville Tour with Skip the Line Tickets
- Flamenco Show at Tablao El Arenal with Drink and Optional Dinner or Tapas
- White Villages and Ronda Day Tour from Seville
- Alhambra Palace and Albaicin Tour with Skip the Line Tickets from Seville
- Sevilla Food Tour: Tapas, Wine, History & Traditions
- If you're a more budget-conscious traveler, then you may want to consider traveling to Seville between December and February, when hotel prices are generally the lowest. Peak hotel prices generally start between March and May.