A Weekend in Seville

Weekend in Seville, Royal Alcazar - Seville, Spain
Royal Alcazar Seville Spain

In recent years, Seville has seen a surge in popularity. In 2023, the city has become a haven for travellers seeking a blend of history, culture, and luxury, as well as a destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life. As you explore the city, you will discover a unique fusion of old-world charm and contemporary sophistication, making it the perfect getaway for a weekend in Seville.

Weekend in Seville -Accomodation


For a luxurious stay in the heart of the city, look no further than the stunning Apartment in San Fernando. Located on Calle San Fernando, opposite the university, this beautiful apartment boasts breathtaking views of the Alcazar and its lush gardens. Comfortable, clean, and stylishly furnished, the apartment sleeps eight, making it perfect for families or groups gathering for a special occasion. Within walking distance to the Cathedral, Plaza de España, and the Santa Cruz district, you’ll be perfectly situated to explore Seville’s historic gems. Book your stay here.

Culinary Delights

No visit to Seville is complete without indulging in the city’s delectable tapas scene. Begin your gastronomic journey at Casa Morales, a truly authentic tapas bar where you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped back in time. Enjoy mouthwatering dishes and fantastic service, all in a warm and traditional ambience.

For a culinary experience that combines history with fine dining, visit Cerveceria Giralda. Housed in a 12th-century Islamic bathhouse, this beautiful restaurant offers excellent food, atmosphere, and a prime location near the Cathedral. Discover the fascinating story behind this unique venue in The Guardian.

Continue your tapas adventure at the historic El Rinconcillo, Seville’s oldest bar dating back to 1670. Choose between casual tapas downstairs or a more formal dining experience upstairs. Immerse yourself in an atmosphere of old-world grandeur and savour the impeccable service and outstanding cuisine.

Cultural Experiences

Seville is a city that lives and breathes its history, and there are several must-see landmarks during your weekend escape. First, explore the Royal Alcazar, the oldest royal palace in Europe, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at its stunning architecture, intricate tilework, and expansive gardens. Fans of Game of Thrones will also appreciate its role as a filming location. To avoid long queues, purchase tickets in advance and visit during off-peak hours.

Weekend in Seville

Next, stroll through the iconic Plaza de España, a breathtaking space where you can rent a boat, watch flamenco dancers, or simply bask in the beauty of its architectural splendor. Built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, the Plaza de España remains a beloved symbol of Seville’s rich history and vibrant culture.

For a taste of authentic Spanish tradition, visit the Plaza de Toros, Spain’s largest bullring arena dating back to the 18th century. Located in the El Arenal Harbour District, the bullring is a testament to Seville’s deep connection to bullfighting. Don’t miss the on-site museum, where you can learn more about this centuries-old cultural practice.

Satisfy your culinary cravings and indulge in local flavours at the Mercado Lonja del Barranco, a charming food market nestled by the river across from the Triana neighbourhood. Perfect for a leisurely meal before or after your visit to the Plaza de Toros, the market offers outdoor seating and a diverse array of food stalls to choose from.

Nightlife and Entertainment

Immerse yourself in Seville’s unique and eclectic nightlife scene, starting with a visit to Bar Garlochi. Located at Calle de los Boteros 26, this quirky establishment is adorned with religious paraphernalia from floor to ceiling. As you sip on a cocktail, take in the bar’s captivating atmosphere, complete with the scent of frankincense and a Virgin Mary statue to greet you at the door.

For an unforgettable flamenco experience, venture down a hidden alleyway to Mariscal Café Español at Calle Marsical, 3. This intimate bar offers a truly authentic taste of Seville, with locals singing flamenco late into the night. Join in the fun and immerse yourself in the passionate rhythms of Andalusian culture.

A Luxury Retreat

For a truly indulgent stay, consider the exquisite Hotel Alfonso XIII. This five-star retreat promises unparalleled luxury and elegance, providing the perfect setting for a future visit to Seville. With sumptuous accommodations and first-class service, the Hotel Alfonso XIII ensures a truly memorable experience.

A weekend in Seville offers a rich tapestry of history, culture, and luxury. From its breathtaking landmarks to its vibrant culinary scene, Seville is the perfect destination for travelers seeking a unique fusion of old-world charm and modern sophistication. With our carefully curated recommendations, your weekend escape to Seville is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience.

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