What to see in Seville City

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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Patio de Banderas
Patio de Banderas (literally, “Flags Patio”) is a public square located inside the walls of the Alcazar of Seville, in the charming Santa Cruz district. It is not known for sure where its name comes from. However, it is believed to be because of the number of flags waving when some illustrious personality visited the...

Convento de Santa Paula
The Convento de Santa Paula (“Santa Paula Convent”) was built in the fifteenth century as an enclosed monastery for nuns of the Order of St. Jerome. It is located in Seville city centre, at Santa Paula street, just behind the San Marcos Parish. The gardens of the convent originally occupied a vast expanse of land....

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...

Antiquarium, in Seville (Andalusia, Spain), is an archaeological museum located in the basement of Metropol Parasol in Plaza de la Encarnación under the famous Setas de Sevilla (Mushrooms of Seville). This is the most important Roman archaeological site of this Andalusian city. While the Metropol Parasol project came to life, archaeological remains were found during...

Torre de los Perdigones
Torre de los Perdigones is located on Resolana street, in the San Gil district (Seville). It is located just a few metres away from the Barqueta Bridge, the main gateway to Expo ’92. This tower was formerly part of the famous Fábrica de Perdigones (“Pellets Factory”) of Seville. There, the manufacturing of pellets, zinc and...

Puente del Alamillo
The Alamillo Bridge (Puente del Alamillo), in Seville, was created for the Seville Expo ’92. Its design was carried out by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, who also designed the Chords Bridge in Jerusalem, and the Lusitania Bridge in Mérida (Spain). It was built as an entrance to the Isla de la Cartuja, where the...

CaixaForum Sevilla
CaixaForum Sevilla is an area dedicated to culture administered by Obra Social La Caixa. Its cultural, educational, scientific and artistic offer is very wide and designed for all ages. It is located in the modern Centro Comercial Sevilla, in the avant-garde Torre Sevilla. Opened in 2017, although Obra Social La Caixa admitted publicly in 2009...

Casa de Salinas
Casa de Salinas is one of the most beautiful houses of Seville (Andalusia, Spain). Casa Palacio Salinas was built in the sixteenth century in the magical district of Santa Cruz. Its facade goes unnoticed on Mateos Gago street. However, its interior hides treasures you would not expect to find. It was home to some wealthy...

Plaza de América
Plaza de América, in Seville, is located within the Parque Maria Luisa. The Museum of Arts and Popular Customs, the Archaeological Museum and the Royal Pavilion are around it. All of them have different architectural styles but they were all built by Aníbal González for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. There are sensational gardens in this...

Parroquia de Santa Ana
The Real Parroquia de Santa Ana (“Parish of Santa Ana”), in Gothic-Mudejar style, was built in the late thirteenth century in the district of Triana. Its construction came by King Alfonso X, as he healed of an eye disease by a miracle of Santa Ana. It’s popularly known as the Cathedral of Triana, despite not...

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