Things To Do in Seville
There is no shortage of fun to be had in this exciting city, from theme and water parks offering a great family day out, to an evening of local food and flamenco shows.
With its beautiful surroundings, Andalucia attracts thousands every year keen to tee off from the green of one of the many golf courses this region offers. If golf is not your thing follow the Seville football ultras as they cheer on their teams or enjoy a day of retail therapy among the city's excellent stalls and shops.
For a selection of tours and guided activities to do in Seville see our 'Tours & Guides' section below.
Seville is often referred to as the 'Jewel of Andalucia' and it's easy to see why; be it for business or for pleasure the city has such a lot to offer with its rich and colourful mix of history… More →
The aquarium is themed around the voyage of Ferdinand Magellan, 1519-1522, which was the first ever circumnavigation of the globe. Your journey will take you from the Guadalquivir river, across… More →
A private golf club, where visitors can play if accompanied by a member. The original 9-hole course, dating back to 1939, was extended to 18 holes and opened in 1992. Sloping gradually towards the… More →
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Seville was started first - officially in 1905, but the earliest football match took place in the city before then, in 1890, against the newly-founded Huelva club Deportivo, which was started by… More →
Ten rides, including Fast River, black hole and foam slides; little kids’ pool. Jacuzzi and lake with waterfall will appeal to parents, as will VIP area: shady pergola on lawn with table, chairs,… More →
As experienced by Tom Cruise´s daughter Suri, when he hired it exclusively for the day for her, while filming Knight and Day in Seville in 2009. Isla Mágica amusement park is located in the… More →
This magnificent bullring is considered to be one of the finest in Spain and is one of the oldest and most important in the world. Although many of the younger generation in Spain abhor the sport… More →
The main shopping area is the square between Plazas Nueva, Magdalena, Encarnacion and San Francisco, with Calle Sierpes at its heart. For more touristy gear (flamenco aprons, T-shirts,… More →