While Seville might not be quite as popular of a holiday destination as the likes of Barcelona or Madrid, for example, it should definitely be a place of consideration for your next summer holiday.
Thankfully, there are plenty of free things to see and do in Seville, so you can rest assured that your travel budget will be kept to a minimum.
If you’re looking for a great list of the best free attractions in Seville, or you want to splash the cash a bit more and need to find some paid-for attractions and activities in Seville, we’ve got you covered with the travel guide below!
This remarkably beautiful Plaza in Seville was built all the way back in 1929 for the Ibero-American fair and has been a pivotal place in the city ever since.
The architecture surrounding Plaza de España is absolutely breath-taking and combines an eclectic mix of Baroque, Renaissance and Moorish Revival styles and components so fans of décor and style are sure to love a visit to the Plaza!
If you visit Plaza de...
San Luis de Los Franceses, or the Church of Saint Louis of France, is a fantastically stunning church sat in the most historic district in the city.
It’s often dubbed as Seville’s most unique and visually stunning church, but it also holds so much incredible history.
Regardless of whether you’re religious or not, you’re still sure to enjoy the grandeur and extravagant display of Baroque design that is the...
Renowned for being one of the biggest Gothic Cathedrals in the world, the Catedral de Sevilla is an absolute must-see while in the city.
If you’re really into your architecture and Art Deco designs, the Seville Cathedral will be right up your street!
While you’re there, make sure you pay attention to the Giralda Tower too, as well as Columbus’ Tomb; however, there is an additional fee to see these...
Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo is one of the most uniquely stunning areas in Seville.
Once a 15th century Monastery, the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo is now an eclectic combination of art, history and religion.
You’ll find a colourful and quirky ceramic factory inside where the Monastery stood, as well as plenty of lush gardens for you to peruse.
If you time your visit right,...
If there’s just one place that you make time to visit while in Seville, make sure it’s the Real Fabrica de Tabacos.
This 18th century building was originally constructed to be the production place of tobacco products for the New World. It was also the largest industrial building in the entirety of Europe at the time of its conception so you can only imagine its impact on the tobacco industry during its...
Parque de María Luisa is a fantastically spacious green area in the heart of Seville and is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking for some time away from the busy city streets.
While you’re there, you can see the intricately designed 48 ceramic tiled panels that showcase each of Spain’s provinces, row a boat along the picturesque canal or just enjoy a refreshingly cold beverage at one of the many...