How to spend 24 hours in Seville

Plaza España; Sevilla; Andaluzja

Is it possible to visit Sevilla just in 24 hours? Of course! You just need to plan your trip before and I promise you will even find time to enjoy the spanish tapas with a glass of wine, beer with lemon called “”cerveza con limon” or a glass of  tinto de verano 🙂 Take a look what I managed to discover! 

The clutter of flamenco shoes, majestic cathedral, the amazing colors of Plaza Espana, the taste of tapas and the tears of Virgin of Hope of Macarena – this is how I will remember Sevilla! 

24 hours for sightseeing, with sleep included it definitely not enough. However if we would always think that way, we wouldn’t travel. I was lucky as the trip was planned and organised by my husband who is Spanish. This is why we managed to visit the Must See, eat some tapas and enjoy the wonderful flamenco concert.  

Sevilla is one of the hottest cities in Spain located in the south in the region Andalusia. It’s also capital of that region. If you tell a Spanish person that you are going to visit Sevilla in July or August he or she will 100% sure laugh at you! Temperatures in this months are above 40 degrees in the shadow. A record temperature of 47 degrees was measured in July 2017. 

Must See places

✔️La Maestranza, one of the most well-known bullfighting stages in Spain, still active. Feria de Abril,” –  is one of the most popular bullfighting festivals organised here every year 2 weeks after “Semana Santa” > Estarn. 

More info here > link 

✔️The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See
Huge splendour, beautiful stained-glass windows, golden embellishments, bright ceilings…and much more! You have to discover yourself! 🙂

Tickets: 9 EUR adults, students 4 EUR

✔️Royal Alcázars of Seville – Royal Palace in Seville built in XI century. Christopher Columbus was invited here by Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon after his discovery of Americas

Tickets: Palace + garden: 11,50 EUR. More info here > link 
Free access on Mondays


✔️Plaza de España
One of the most beautiful squares I have ever seen! No wonder it’s a paradise for movie makes! Here were filmed scenes for Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Lawrence of Arabia. Square was built in 1929 mixing elements from Baroque, Renaissance  and styles of Spanish architecture. Each bench presents one province of Spain

Rowboats:
6 EUR for 35 minutes, deposit 4 EUR

 

✔️Flamenco concert at “Los Gallos”


I truly recommend when visiting Seville to watch a flamenco concert. “Los Gallos” is a small bar for max 125 people where you can discover this beautiful art of music and dancing. It is recommended to book the tickets in advance.


Tickets: 35 EUR, 1 drink included
2 performance every day: 20:00 and 22:00

Address:  Tablao Flamenco Los Gallos
Pl. de Sta Cruz, 11, 41004 Sevilla
More info here > link

✔️La Basilica de la Macarena and the very popular Virgin of Hope of Macarena. 

The cult of the Virgin Mary in Spain is a religious fenomen. Everyone wants to touch her robe. The opportunity of carrying the monument of Virgin during Easter is an honor. Men are training the entire year to it. 

Free access

✔️Calle Sierpes – The most popular street in Sevilla with shops, bars and restaurants The main place of Easter celebration. 

✔️Metropol Parasolisis the largest wooden structure in the world🌍  designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer. Popularly known as Setas de Sevilla – Sevilla’s mushrooms 🍄 .

Entry: 3 EUR
More info > here

Setas de Sevilla

Where to eat?

Bar Kiko de la Chari – typical Spanish Bar, where you eat standing. It’s a recommendation from a friend who used to grow up and live in Sevilla for many years. You can order tapas here. 

Address: Calle Herbolarios, 17, 41004 Sevilla
Find on Google Maps > link

Sal Gorda – It’s a 2 floor restaurant where you can eat tapas and normal dishes at a table. 

Address: Calle Alcaicería de la Loza, 17, 41004 Sevilla
Find on Google Maps > link

Mateos – Very nice and big restaurant, next to the Cathedral where you can try very delicious tapas.

Address: Calle Mateos Gago, 2, 41004 Sevilla
Find on Google Maps > link

More pictures of beautiful Seville

14 thoughts on “How to spend 24 hours in Seville

  1. I love the Spanish architechture especially the bull fighting arena exterior. I love how the itinerary is full but not too packed. You still get time to sit down and take in the sights.

    1. Thanks Chris! Spain is amazing! I’m happy you like my itinerary! If you like the Spanish culture I will be posting this week an article about the most beautiful Spanish part “Feria de Jerez” 🙂 Stay tuned.

  2. Plaza de Espana square is very famous, got to see in many scenes. Great to know about the history behind each bench representing one province of Spain. I would love to visit all these places along with Metropol Parasolis. Its hard to believe its wooden structure. Great architect work.

    1. Indeed, the most surprising structure was the Metropol Parasolis! 🙂 But the city has much more to offer, the only thing is you need much more time for that.

  3. First of all I must say that you have taken wonderful shots of Seville and it is my favorite place in Spain. I loved Royal Alcázars of Seville and its interiors with Spanish style tiles on the walls. Also Plaza de Espana was very grand and magnificent.

  4. I have always been an admirer of the Spanish architecture and Seville seems to be a great city to experience that. The beautiful shots here really highlight the beautiful structures and artistic vibes of the city. The bull fighting arena looks actually quite bright and lovely on the exterior.

  5. Amazing shots!! I guess I would require more than a day to explore Seville as the city is completely splendid. I have always loved the Spanish decors. La Maestranza looks exactly what I would expect to see in some TV or movies.

  6. Wow, amazing photos! I hope to visit there one day!
    You just encouraged me to add Seville to my next trip and possible family blog. Great ideas. Thanks!

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