The Best of Seville in One Day

Get enchanted by Seville in a single day and plan your trip using this suggested itinerary.

Start your trip in the middle of Seville's Old Town. Maria Luisa Park is a wonderful garden which boasts exotic trees and numerous plants as well as a variety of bird species. Continue your walk to Plaza de España, a fine example of a mixture of Renaissance and Moorish Revival style. Next stop is the Royal Palace and its gardens, and then the old Jewish neighborhood Santa Cruz, full of picturesque narrow streets and houses painted in lively colors.

The Santa Cruz neighborhood boasts the Archbishop's Palace, a Baroque gem situated just across the Cathedral of Seville. The grand cathedral contains 80 chapels and it is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Also, it features the largest altarpiece in the world. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is certainly a must and the highlight of your trip!

Finish your day by the river. Climb the Gold Tower for exquisite views of the surrounding area and then head to the Maestranza Bullring, where you can take a guided tour or visit the museum.

Day 1: The Best of Seville in One Day

Maria Luisa Park

A beautiful garden in the middle of Seville's Old Town. Take your time to enjoy the atmosphere of the park, take a nice long walk and lose…

Plaza de España

Plaza de España, located in the heart of Maria Luisa Park, is a fine example of a mixture of Renaissance and Moorish Revival styles.

Palace Gardens

Dating back to the Middle Ages, these gardens were originally small and full of large orchards.

Alcázar of Seville

One of the best examples of Mudéjar architecture and the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe.

The Santa Cruz Quarter

The old Jewish neighborhood takes its name from a Mudéjar style church that used to stand on Plaza de Santa Cruz.

La portada principal del… @ José Luis Filpo Cabana

The Archbishop's Palace

This Baroque gem situated just across the cathedral is home to a priceless collection of classic Spanish paintings and sculptures.

Cathedral of Seville

This majestic cathedral was finished in the 16th century, after a hundred years since the construction started, and replaced a former…

Gold Tower

The tower was built between 1220 and 1221 by the Moors to defend the city from Christian invaders since it was a great observation point.

The Maestranza Bullring

Sevilla and bull-fighting simply go together. If you are looking for a real cultural immersion, peek inside the majestic arena or visit one…

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