"The flamenco dance capital"
Seville is the capital of Spain’s southern region, Andalusia. Known for its beautiful architecture and flamenco dancers, Seville is a must see city in Spain.
Part of what makes Seville so beautiful is the heavy emphasis on art. Walking down the streets is a sight-seeing adventure of its own, as the city structures are intricate and unique.
As part of Andalusia, Spain’s southern region, we noticed that life is even more laid back than in Madrid, and substantially more so than in Catalonian cities like Barcelona or Valencia. Nothing is open till 10, everything shuts down at 5pm for siesta and people are always out, no matter what day of the week.
Seville is a great pedestrian city and it’s easy to get around by foot or bicycle. We didn’t take a single metro ride during our stay, and found that walking allowed us to get to see the entirety of the city.
Overall, Seville is a great place to visit for those looking for a laid back culture, lots of architecture, and great year round weather.
Things To Do
7 Day Cost Breakdown
Note: The figures above represent the costs for two people