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“Sevilla” as it’s called in Spanish is the capital of the region of Andalucia in southern Spain. Famous for its rich and colourful culture, mouth-watering Andalusian cuisine, and widely considered as the world capital of flamenco dancing! Seville’s origins as a Roman city are evident in its breathtaking architecture, winding cobbled streets and antique charm. The city is bursting with must-see national treasures you won’t want to miss.

Visit the most iconic sites with Seville tours

& enjoy skip-the-line access to all the most popular attractions!

Travellers come from all over the world to see the legendary Seville attractions: the Alcazar Castle, Cathedral, the many stunning palaces, and the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Sightseeing tours in Seville are a great way to explore the city at any time of the day. Discover the most emblematic monuments of Seville while the sun is shining. In the afternoon, continue getting to know the city and it’s magical ambience as the sun sets. Book your excursion today and prepare for your city sightseeing Seville adventure. 

Seville Tours: Visitor Highlights

Instagrammable Spots In #Seville

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Known For

Moorish Architecture

Attraction Type

Seville Tour

Yearly Visitors

2 Million +

High Season

February - June

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Seville Tours: Visitor Highlights

  • Walk the same path as Anakin and Padmé did in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, as you stroll alongside the canal in Plaza de España.
  • Explore the city’s architectural glory with Sevilla walking tours. Wander the medieval cobbled streets in Santa Cruz, the Jewish quarter.
  • Visit Sevilla and the magnificent Alcázar Castle which was built in the 14th Century during the Moorish Almohad dynasty.
  • Explore the Gothic Cathedral of Seville, with its stunning and inspiring stained glass windows.
  • Visit the Metropol Parasol, also known as Las Setas de la Encarnación, the world’s largest wooden structure, and one of the top Seville sights. Its six parasols, with undulating honeycombed roof, will help you hide from the hot Andalusian sun.
  • Witness the traditional music and dance performance at one of the city’s top flamenco shows! A classical flamenco show is a definite must do in Seville. If you’re lucky, you might catch a flamenco street performance in Plaza de Espana. 

Instagrammable Spots In #Seville

Plaza de España is one of the most known and impressive tourist attractions of Seville. The semicircular brick Renaissance/Moorish style building makes up one of the grandest plazas in all of Spain. Here are a few signature snaps of the impressive square: 
  • Capture yourself in a rowboat at the canal that lines the plaza, also known as "the Venice of Seville.” Book your Seville Boat Tour and travel through the canal.
  • Admire the 48 alcoves all along the main building, one for each province of Spain. Have a picture taken with you sitting on one of the benches below, against the colorful azulejos (painted ceramic tiles).
  • Snap that signature picture from the balconies stretching alongside the building in Plaza de España.
  • Take a photo walking over one of the four beautiful bridges that cross the canal. Each relating to the ancient Spanish kingdoms of Castile, Navarre, Aragón, and León.
If you want to be featured by DoTravel, choose your best snap from the most instagrammable spots listed above, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram.

Seville Tour Tips

  • Depending on the time of year, the most popular group tours in Seville book out fast, especially at Easter time (April). Book ahead to guarantee availability.
  • A bus tour of Seville is the best way to pack in all the attractions and historical landmarks in a short time. Best of all, you can “hop on” and “hop off” whenever you like! Book your Seville bus tour in advance for the best prices.
  • Andalucia is famous for its cuisine: fried fish, gazpacho (a cold and flavorful soup) and some of the best ham in the world! To experience the very best of Seville’s culinary delights, book a tapas tour and partake on a gastronomic journey around the city.
  • Think you have seen everything in Seville? If you have time, don’t leave the region without adding day trips from Seville into your travel plans! Venture further to the nearby cities of Cordoba, Granada, and Cadiz. For a smooth journey, book one of the many day tours allowing you to sit back and relax, Andalucia style! 

What To Expect On Seville Tours

  • If you book one of the Sevilla walking tours remember to pack water and snacks. The south of Spain can get very hot during the summer season.
  • Seville has many important sights to see. When booking tours in Seville Spain, there’s no way you will miss. From the famous flamenco neighbourhood, Triana, to the imposing Plaza de Espana, a tour guide will lead you to every corner of this magnificent city.
  • Did you know the Gothic Seville Cathedral was the burial site of the explorer Christopher Columbus? Find out all the city’s top secrets on a Seville private tour.


What's Seville famous for?

Seville, the birthplace of Flamenco, is the capital of Andalusia. Located in the south of Spain, the city lies next to the Guadalquivir river. The only navigable river in Spain has played a significant role in the city’s history. In fact, the first ship that sailed around the world left from Seville.

The city is known worldwide for its iconic monuments and Moorish and Gothic architecture. Seville’s 3 most famous landmarks are the Real Alcazar Palace, the Giralda Tower, and the magical Barrio of Santa Cruz. 

Can you see Seville in one day?

When you start to think about things to see in Seville in 1 day, you start panicking. But, there’s no need for that!. When scheduling a short trip, all you need to do is plan your trip well to take advantage of the time and see all the sights in one day. The best ways to catch all of the Seville top attractions in one day are by booking a Seville bus tour through the city, taking a Seville bike tours excursion, or joining in on the walking tour Seville has.

All the main attractions can be seen in a full day when you book tours in Seville. There are so many options to choose from depending on your needs. For an overall snapshot of the city, book a city tour Seville has. These excursions cover every corner of the city and offer the opportunity to enjoy plenty of incredible experiences.

What food is Seville famous for?

Experience Seville from another perspective. The food and wine perspective! Seville’s signature dishes include fried fish, spinach and chickpeas, pringá sandwich, pork cheeks, and so much more!

If you are one of those people who likes to try everything and you don’t know where to start, booking one of a Tapas Tour Seville offers is your best bet. Discover the top bars and restaurants and get ready for unforgettable tasty memories of your Seville trip. 

What is the best flamenco show in Seville?

One of the most popular Seville attractions and nights out consists of watching a flamenco show. If you’re looking to see the best and most traditional flamenco show in the world, head to Seville! Some of the popular venues to watch a show are:

  • Los Gallos Tablao;
  • Tablao El Arenal;
  • La Casa de la Memoria.

Make sure to get your tickets ahead of time to secure your place at any one of the above locations.

How do I get from Malaga to Seville?

Seville day trips are a good option if you’re visiting another city in Andalusia. Malaga is a popular destination and one that is easily accessible. Seville tours from Malaga offer comfortable round trip transportation and professional Seville guided tours of the city. See all the Seville sights on a guided tour from Malaga. 

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