Seville Holidays 2022/2023

For a sun-soaked city break filled with Spanish traditions, Seville is the spot for you! Thanks to its southern Spain location, Seville enjoys balmy temperatures for most of the year. A city break filled with tons of history, with everything you love about toasty Mediterranean beach holidays - see you in Seville!

Seville Holiday Deals 2022/2023

Marvellous Must-See Sites

Seville’s streets are filled with authentic Spanish traditions and history, and it is often described as the ‘most Spanish city in the whole of Spain’. Of course, when visiting, a trip must be made to Seville Cathedral which is one of the largest in the world.

Game of Thrones lovers will be excited, as you can get the chance to explore one of the infamous filming locations, Alcazar of Seville. The palace stood in for the Water Gardens of Dorne in various scenes in four episodes of season five and one of season six.

Architecture lovers will be excited to pay a visit to Plaza de Espana – a Spanish square designed by Aníbal González in Spanish Renaissance style. It was built as part of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929 and is 200m wide.


Currency: Euro (€)

Language: Spanish

Flight Time: Approx. 2hr 40min

Time Difference: GMT+1

Population: Approx. 700,000

Food and Flamenco

Seville is famous for flamenco, and a trip to the city isn’t complete without a night out in a bar in Triana. This part of town makes up the so-called Golden Triangle of Flamenco, along with Cadiz and Jerez de la Frontera. Authentic flamenco shows take place here every night of the week.

You can even combine good food and great flamenco as part of a Seville experience package, to really make your trip extra special. You will see the spectacular views of the Alcázar, the rooftops of the city, the bell towers of every existing church in town, and much more! The tour will then continue with a visit to some of the most traditional tapas bars of the city for a taste of the local cuisine. To top it all off, you’ll get the chance to enjoy a traditional flamenco show.

Tasty Tapas

Tapas is, of course, a huge part of Spanish culture. Tapas traditionally were a complementary piece of sliced ham served on top of a glass of wine, but we know them today as small portions of food commonly served as a snack before lunch or dinner.

Now, tapas bars have popped up all over Spain, serving the very best small delights to eagerly awaiting customers. During your time in Seville, you can enjoy a Tapas Crawl Tour, which takes you to a selection of tapas bars where you can sample some of the menu favourites.

On the small-group tour, you’ll visit five different bars and taverns to enjoy a tapas tasting. You’ll also get the chance to walk through Seville’s historic centre while you listen to the stories of the Spanish lifestyle shared by your guide. Cured ham, olive oil, croquetas, and perfect wine pairings will make your tour a tasty gastronomic experience.

Cycle the City

Seville’s cycling scene has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and it’s even been dubbed as the cycling capital of southern Europe. It’s super bike-friendly, with more than 100 miles of cycle paths, and a city-wide bike rental scheme.

The best routes include the circular route from the Olympic Stadium. It spans nearly 15 miles, and you’ll get to tick off Triana Bridge, a scenic tour through the old town and an Instagram-worthy sight of the city’s cathedral.