Sevilla: What to see in Triana

ONCE home to sailors, potters, Flamenco dancers and bull-fighters, Triana’s rich history is as colourful as its buildings which light up the river bank...

What to See

Follow in the footsteps of Christopher Colombus, visit the world’s largest Gothic cathedral and climb to the giddy heights of the Giralda tower. Get lost in the narrow cobbled streets of the old quarter or stroll along the banks of the Guadalquivir.

Sevilla: What to see in Alfalfa

ALFALFA is a typical Sevilla neighbourhood, filled with narrow streets, independent businesses...

Sevilla: What to see in Triana

ONCE home to sailors, potters, Flamenco dancers and bull-fighters, Triana’s rich history...

Where to eat in Sevilla’s Macarena

MACARENA is packed with great little tapas bars and flamenco taverns.  Sprawling out from its iconic basilica, you’ll find anything from South American tapas fusion...

Where to Eat

From humble tapas haunts to fine dining restaurants, Sevilla really is a foodie’s paradise.

Sevilla: Where to eat in Triana

SEVILLA really is a foodie’s paradise, and Triana does not let the...

Where to eat in Sevilla’s Macarena

MACARENA is packed with great little tapas bars and flamenco taverns.  Sprawling out...

Alameda: A guide to Sevilla’s trendiest district

THE Alameda neighbourhood is the area surrounding and including the Alameda de...

What to Do

Whether it’s late night flamenco that gets the blood pumping, medieval shipyards or avant guard art in Sevilla’s hipster barrio, Sevilla has plenty to discover and lots to keep all the family occupied.

Alameda: A guide to Sevilla’s trendiest district

THE Alameda neighbourhood is the area surrounding and including the Alameda de Hercules, a long mall accompanied by bars, cafes and restaurants on either...

The 10 best tourist sites in Spain’s Sevilla (and how to see them all in one day)

SO you’ve arrived in Sevilla and have just one day to see all the sites (or perhaps you spent your first day and night...

Sevilla: Discover Alfalfa’s hipster barrio of Soho Benita

Oh so Soho! The hipster mini barrio of Soho Benita is not one to miss on your next trip to Sevilla A FEW years back even...

Sevilla: A guide to clubbing in La Cartuja

WITH much fewer residential blocks, La Cartuja has become something of a late night mecca.  Revellers from across the city head to the north-east neighbourhood...
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