Seville:a city for a vitality recharge

Seville is one of Europe’s biggest tourist capitals. Its streets and beaches have witnessed incredible history and legends which have left their mark on the present, making it the wonderful city that it is today. Seville is synonymous with vitality, joy of living and pure hospitality.

What does Seville offer you?

Seville is an easy city to wander around; sunny, flat and somewhere you’ll find a charming spot with every step: a flower-laden patio, cobbled alleyways, the beauty of its Moorish past, the joy of its bustling streets... and all imbued with the scent of orange blossom. The best thing to do is lose the map and let yourself go.


Plaza de España Square

Santa Cruz Quarter

The Gold Tower

La Maestranza Bullring

La Giralda Bell Tower

Plaza de las Cruces Square


You can also taste the joy of Seville with every bite. Traditional tapas for all tastes, delicious balanced food which is very beneficial for your health, occasionally combined with culinary exports from exotic places.


Gazpacho (cold tomato and vegetable soup)

Fried fish

Flamenco eggs (with a tomato sauce, topped with ham and chorizo)

Cod with tomato sauce

Cocido andaluz (Andalusian stew)

Pincho moruno (chicken or pork skewers)


Seville’s cultural heritage is both rich and varied. The Andalusian capital has a large number of monuments, museums, parks and places of cultural interest at every step. During your treatment, you’ll be able to see all the impressions left by the poets, artists and thinkers that once lived in Seville.


Royal Alcázar of Seville

Triana Flamenco Theatre

Seville Cathedral

Fine Arts Museum

La Macarena Basilica

Seville Archaeological Museum

Seville Climate

With a Mediterranean climate, Seville is also very famous for its weather. Hot, dry summers invite you to take shelter in cool areas from temperatures which sometimes reach over 40ºC. But its winters are mild, with temperatures of 11ºC.

How to get to Seville?
Aeropuerto de Sevilla
Seville Airport
The airport is 8km north of the city.

Connections to Seville

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Estación Sevilla Santa Justa
Seville Santa Justa Station

The city’s main train station with national and international arrivals and departures. It connects with the main Spanish cities as well as with some abroad, including Paris or Marseilles.

Estación Autobuses Plaza de Armas
Plaza de Armas Bus Station

The hub for over 20 companies which connect with different cities of the province, the country and abroad.

How to get around Seville?

Please find below various options for getting around Seville.

Bus and tram

One of the most popular ways of getting around Seville. Both have a linked service for passengers.


Just one metro line, which crosses the city, passing the city’s main areas.


An affordable alternative to public transport, since a 15-minute journey costs around €10.


Sevici. A convenient and sustainable way to enjoy rides and get around the city.