Noviembre Sevilla - November Seville

7 best things to do if you are visiting Seville in November

The month of November will start with the traditional festival of All Saints, which will allow you to enjoy a holiday for three consecutive days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). If you are wondering what to do during those days, you may want to discover some of the best activities that the city of Seville offers during those dates and the rest of November. Music, shows, sports, science … there will surely be an activity that you’ll like the most. Contenido / Contents1. MTV Music Week and MTV EMA 20192. Aficionado Theater Casa de la Trinidad Contest3. Derbi Regatta4. Last family

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The most charming cafes in Seville

Few experiences are more comforting than sitting relaxed in front of a cup of coffee in a cosy place with an excellent atmosphere. Yes, visiting a city with as many options within reach as Seville encourages you to take your time to enjoy a cup of coffee without looking at your watch. The Andalusian capital has a number of cafes with as much or even more charm than many of the city’s monuments – and we are not exaggerating! Just check the following list to see for yourself. Contenido / ContentsBar GénovaCafetería BambúConfitería-Heladería La CampanaVirgin CoffeeCafé IsoldeLa CacharreríaJesterParadas 7 Bar

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Las rutas más sorprendentes para descubrir Sevilla

The most amazing tours to discover Seville

Seville boasts many hidden gems and secret corners in its streets and monuments. These are sites and places that can go unnoticed by travellers who simply admire the beauty of the many buildings that are of great historical value in the city of Guadalquivir. A different alternative to discover this part of the city, which does not usually appear on the first pages of travel guides, is to follow the less conventional tourist tours. Below, we will take you on the most amazing tours of Seville. Contenido / ContentsSecret Seville Tour Legendary Seville Tour Their Forgotten Story Tour Perfume Tour

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Where to eat in Seville: the best restaurants

Food is one of the best incentives to visit the city of Seville since it can be enjoyed in the greatest variety. Eating in the Andalusian capital is an enjoyable experience for tourists and locals, which means visiting the most recommended dining establishments depends on the type of cuisine one desires. The following are some of the best restaurants to discover in the city of Seville. Contenido / Contents1. Casa Manolo León2. El Mirador de San Fernando3. Manolo Vázquez4. Abades5. Azahar6. Los Rincones del Marqués7. Taberna del Alabardero8. Señorío Sevilla9. El Rinconcillo10. Abantal 1. Casa Manolo León In the heart

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What to do in Seville in September: 8 inviting activities

The end of August is seen by many as the end of summer. However, you would instantly change your mind when you discover the variety of exciting activities offered by a city like Seville during the month of September. Music, exhibitions, outdoor events, gastronomy, traditions …, the Andalusian capital offers lots of things to do for all audiences and tastes, among which we have prepared the following selection of activity recommendations. Contenido / Contents1. September is the month of flamenco 2. Nights in the Gardens of Real Alcazar 3. The best artists and bands 4. The Aquarium of Seville never

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Districts and Neighbourhoods of Seville

Seville’s top districts and neighbourhoods Seville is one of the most historic cities in Spain. The Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs and Christians have all paraded through the capital of the Guadalquivir and they have certainly left their mark on the urban physiognomy of a city that today has about 700,000 inhabitants. After undergoing various improvements throughout history, Seville is currently divided into 11 districts and 108 neighbourhoods. Would you like to get to them? Contenido / Contents1. Bellavista – La Palmera2. Casco Antiguo3. Cerro – Amate4. Este – Alcosa – Torreblanca5. Los Remedios6. Macarena7. Nervión8. Norte9. San Pablo-Santa Justa10. Sur11. Triana

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Free things to see and do in Seville

You might think that exploring the city of Seville and its top monuments will be costly, but in fact, this couldn’t be further from the truth. You can visit all the places of interest without having to spend a single penny. Here we will explain how. Contenido / ContentsThe Giralda and the Seville Cathedral for freeVisit the Royal Alcázar of Seville for freeFree entry to other holy templesEnjoy Easter without paying anythingDance at the Feria de Abril without dipping into your pocketDozens of totally free museumsThe best views of Seville without putting your hand in your pocketEnjoy some fresh air

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10 museums to visit in Seville

Seville is a city that invites you to spend many hours exploring the outdoors. The Andalusian capital can be better discovered when you take a stroll through its streets and squares, some of which boast a great beauty that are hidden in corners and often do not even appear on maps. However, Seville is also a city open to culture since it has an extensive catalogue of museums. Here is a selection of our top ten museums to visit on your next trip to the city. Contenido / ContentsMuseo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts)Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo

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Interesting facts to know about the Giralda in Seville

Giralda in Seville is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic monuments of Andalusia and Spain in general. In fact, every year, this bell tower is visited by tens of thousands of tourists who are eager to climb to its highest point and enjoy the unbeatable views of the city of Seville. However, beyond its imposing structure, the monument is home to many secrets and curiosities that you probably do not know about. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about this tower. Contenido / ContentsGiralda is taller than London’s Big BenThe weather-vane was

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Summer in Seville: 10 ideas for your next holiday

Seville is a destination that needs no introduction, and even if we start talking about its attractions, we might miss something out. The Andalusian capital has lots of attractions for all audiences, with even more options for tourists during the summer months. Whether you have already decided to visit the city or have not yet chosen your next holiday destination, in this article we will present you a brief guide with ten ideas for an ultimate trip to Seville. Contenido / Contents 1. The Velá de Santa Ana 2. Plaza de España 3. Night Music at the Alcázar 4. Shows

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