What to see in Seville City

What to see in Seville, Spain? Must-See tourist attractions in Seville. Seville Cathedral, Alcazar in Seville… Reviews, photos and more on Tudestino.

What to see in Seville City
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If you are thinking about what to see in Seville (Spain), here on TUDESTINO we propose a wide list of cultural spots and natural spaces that you should visit and that will surprise you while you enjoy unique moments and experiences.


You will find all the information of the main cultural and natural attractions of Seville. Its monuments are thousands of years old and places have a unique natural diversity.

On a cultural level, the city of Seville has a spectacular collection of historical buildings, museums and exhibition centres, religious buildings, monuments, theatres and unique spots, which will delight lovers of culture and history. Reflection of a past of splendour and of having been thousands of years populated by different civilisations.

On the other hand, you cannot miss the numerous charming villages of the province, as well as its natural monuments.

We have compiled all these spots for you, so you can find what to see during your stay in Seville on TUDESTINO.

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General Archive of the Indies
The General Archive of the Indies (Archivo General de Indias) in Seville, Spain was founded by King Charles III of Spain in 1785. He did so with the aim of having control over all documents in the administration of the Spanish colonies in one place. The Casa Lonja de Mercaderes, from the sixteenth century, was...

Capilla del Cachorro
Capilla del Cachorro, also known as Basílica del Cristo de la Expiración, Basílica del Cachorro or Basílica del Patrocinio, is located in Seville‘s Triana district (Andalusia, Spain). This temple consists of two chapels attached to each other due to their small size. The first chapel dates from the seventeenth century, while the second one is...

Seville Cathedral
The Seville Cathedral, or the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, is considered one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world. Only the St. Peter’s Basilica and the St. Paul’s Outside the Walls are larger. Its area covers more than 11,500 sqm. The cathedral length is 115 metres, the width is more than...

Iglesia de Santa María la Blanca
The Church of Santa Maria de las Nieves de Sevilla, known as Church of Santa Maria la Blanca, is located in the old town, on Santa Maria la Blanca Street. It is the Holy See of the Brotherhood of the Rosario de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves. It was originally a mosque and a synagogue....

Jardines de la Buhaira
Jardines de la Buhaira (“Buhaira Gardens”) are a safe bet if you are looking for a moment of peace in Seville (Andalusia, Spain). These gardens, located in Seville’s Nervión district, are divided into two areas. First of all, the Jardín del Palacio (“Palace Garden”), with a fountain in the middle of a little square, two...

Calle Sierpes
Calle Sierpes (Sierpes Street) is an iconic shopping street in Seville (Spain), one of the busiest in the city. It is a pedestrian street since the nineteenth century, so its great commercial activity makes it very attractive. Tourists and Sevilians go down the street looking for shops or tapas bars. In summer, in order to...

Capilla de los Marineros
The Capilla de los Marineros (literally, “Chapel of the Sailors”) is a Catholic church located in the neighbourhood of Triana, in Seville, Spain. It is just two minutes walk from the Church of Santa Ana. This is the Holy See of the Brotherhood of Esperanza de Triana. The image of Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza...

Hospital de las Cinco Llagas
The building of the Hospital de las Cinco Llagas de Nuestro Redentor (literally “Five Wounds of Our Redeemer Hospital”), also known as Hospital de la Sangre (“Hospital of Blood”), is located in the Sevillian neighbourhood of La Macarena. It worked as a hospital until 1972 and today is the headquarters of the Andalusian Parliament since...

Basilica del Gran Poder
The Basilica of Jesus del Gran Poder is located in Seville’s San Lorenzo district. This Catholic temple is built next to its brotherhood and the parish of San Lorenzo, from the thirteenth century. These buildings are located in Plaza de San Lorenzo, near the Alameda de Hercules. Its facade has neo-baroque style. The interior is...

Torre del Oro
Torre del Oro, very close to the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza Bullring, served at the time as watchtower of Seville against attacks perpetrated from the Guadalquivir river. It was part of the city wall and was connected to the Torre de la Plata. It belonged to the defense of the Fortress of...

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