Spotlight on Seville
With temperatures beginning to rise and with fewer tourists at this time of year it's a great time to explore the beautiful city of Seville! Read on to find out more...
With temperatures beginning to rise and with fewer tourists at this time of year it’s a great time to explore the beautiful city of Seville, combining Mudejar, Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles and three UNESCO world heritage sights including Seville Cathedral, one of the largest Gothic Cathedrals in the world and the adjoining Alcazar, one of the oldest remaining palaces in Europe.
You can also explore the links between civilisation and oceanic exploration in Seville at the Navigation Pavilion. This fascinating museum traces the impact of maritime exploration on the evolution of society in Spain and around the world. Get your Navigation Pavilion tickets below...
There’s also the prestigious Museum of Fine Arts, for art lovers. As one of Spain's most prestigious art galleries, it's home to luminaries like Goya, Velázquez, El Greco, and local heroes like Murillo, Zurbarán, Francisco de Herrera the younger, and Valdés Leal. Check out tickets here and immerse yourself in Spanish Art - Museum of Fine Arts of Seville: Guided Tour - Yacooba
It’s also a great place to experience and learn more about Flamenco Dancing. Visit the Flamenco Dance Museum, the cutting-edge museum founded by Cristina Hoyos, one of the most renowned flamenco dancers of all time! With historic exhibits and costumes, life-size videos, and stunning interactive displays, the Flamenco Museum will have you tapping your toes and snapping your heels in no time Olé!
After you’ve brushed up on your Flamenco history, book a guided tour around old-town Roman corners and busy riverside plazas in the historic Triana neighbourhood, before enjoying a mesmerizing flamenco show, followed by a decadent tapas-crawl across three authentic tapas bars. Grab a ticket here -
Want to find out more about stunning Seville, then click below to find out more and book your trip!