Seville Travel Information
The exotic capital of Andalucia is
noted for its masterpieces of Moorish architecture and love of Flamenco
In the Old Town wander through the timeless maze
of cobbled streets with their white washed houses, brightly flowered
balconies, peaceful courtyards and scented orange trees.
the River Guadalquivir, on the west bank, you'll find the area of La
Cartuja, the site for Expo '92, with some striking modern buildings
including the Isla Magica theme park.
Wherever you choose to
spend your time it will break your heart to leave Seville!
Valencia Travel Information
Various flights from the UK to Seville
airport are available at discount rates. The flight time to Seville from
the UK is approx 2 1/2 hours.
It is advisable to walk to most of the sites although for longer
distances we recommend taxis. For the romantic, a fun way of getting
around is by horse drawn carriage but agree a price in advance.
Visit the Alcazar Place and the 15th
Century cathedral (third largest of its kind after St Peter's in Rome
and St Paul's in London) which is built on the ruins of a mosque.
Adjoining the cathedral is the 320 foot high Giralda Tower, built by the
Don't miss the beautiful Plaza Espana built for the
original Expo in 1929, with its hand painted tiles depicting Spanish
The captivating Triana
district is the gypsy heart of Seville; home of flamenco and sevillana
dancing and an innumerable amount of tapas bars.
Try Calle Betis
for riverside restaurants and bars which are well priced and full of
For shopping head for the
area around Calle Tetuan and Calle Sierpes - a long pedestrian street in
the heart of the city.
Before sampling a massive variety of tapas
in the Santa Cruz district, join the locals in a stroll along the banks
of the Guadalquivir or take a rest in one of the many pavement cafes.
Daily average temperatures in Seville
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> Passionate in outlook, balmy in atmosphere,
Seville is enchanting
> Capital of Andalucia, home of Flamenco
Home of Flamenco
> White washed houses, flower filled patios,
Moorish Palaces and reputedly the largest gothic cathedral in the world
> Seville is a scintillating mix of Christian and Moorish
> Climb the Giralda Tower, formerly a Minaret
> Perfumed by the rich fragrance of the orange blossom, the Old Town
is a joy to discover
> Visit the Jewish and gypsy quarters of
Santa Cruz and Triana
> Enjoy the tapas bars and nightlife of the
Barrio de Santa Cruz