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Discover Seville inside out

Here are different routes we recommend so that you can discover Seville during your stay: 1-day, 2-day and themed routes. The city will hold no more secrets from you.

1-day route

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Some of the places you must visit during your stay in Seville are the Cathedral and its bell tower, the Giralda; the Alcázar and its beautiful palaces and gardens and the Archive of the Indies. Near the hotel you can visit Metropol Parasol and admire the wonderful views of the city from it as well as discover ancient Roman remains in its archaeology museum: Antiquarium Romanum.

In the afternoon you can visit the Jewish district, known as La Judería; the Santa Cruz district, the gardens of Parque de María Luisa and Plaza de España. Lastly, you can make your way back to the hotel on Avenida de la Constitución, one of Seville’s main shopping and leisure areas.

2-day route

If you have more time on your hands, you can add the following to the previous route: A walk along the river, the Gold Tower, an old military watchtower; and the Aquarium. Near the Guadalquivir river you can also find La Maestranza, the city’s majestic bullring; and closer towards the city centre is the Museum of Fine Arts, Spain’s second-largest picture gallery.

For the rest of the day, we recommend that you enjoy the many bars and restaurants in the city and try the famous local tapas and cuisine. Also remember that there are many discounts and ticketing options to see all monuments. Ask at our reception desk for more details.

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Festivals in Seville

The year begins with Holy Week, a festival during which the streets fill with flavours and the aromas of incense and pestiños, a traditional local pastry made of cinnamon and honey. The people of Seville fill the streets with fervour and devotion. Art, folklore, religion and passion are around every corner. The famous Feria de Abril takes place in April, a time for flamenco outfits known as faralaes and wine. Later on in the year you have other festivals such as the Pilgrimage to El Rocío (May), Corpus Christi (June), Virgen de los Reyes (August) and La Immaculada (December) to finish off the year.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

Style in Seville

Classic and modern. Vintage and commercial. From Alameda to Calle Regina. From New Soho to Las Setas. From Calle Sierpes to Tetuán and O’Donnell. From Calle San Pablo to Calle Cuna. And from the street market on Thursdays to the art fair on Sundays in Plaza del Museo.

Art in Seville

The Museum of Popular Arts and Tradition, the Antiquarium, the Museum of Modern Art, the Alcázar, the Cathedral, the Archive of the Indies, the Flamenco Museum… The options are endless. Religious art, churches, convents, mansions and palaces. Seville is also music, with opera performances, evening concerts at the Alcázar and the Flamenco Biennial Festival.

Hotel Casa Romana
Hotel Casa Romana

Sensory Seville

Experience Seville and all of its light during a walk along the Guadalquivir river, by the city, with La Maestranza behind you, with the smell of orange blossom all around. Discover Seville through its squares, such as San Lorenzo, Duque de la Victoria and Plaza Nueva. Shop in Seville around its markets, at La Encarnación and in the many gourmet food ones. Taste Seville through its tapas and bars, most notably El Rinconcillo, Casa Ovidio, Las Columnas, Bodeguita Romero and El Tremendo to name but a few. Relax in Seville by strolling around its many parks and marvel at the Seville of Bécquer and Machado, the Seville of the unique districts and Triana, with its colourful tiles and flamenco on its streets.