Seville, the beautiful capital of Andalusia, is one of Spain’s largest cities. It is a beautiful place for a vacation because of the charming old town, many historic sights and rich culture. Much of the city is pedestrianized, so it is easy to get around and public transportation is also convenient.
The best time to visit Seville is from March to May. During these months the temperatures are mild, the heavy tourist traffic isn’t hot and many hotels offer lower rates. Seville has an annual average of 19.2 °C (67 °F), making it the warmest city in Continental Europe. January and February can see a lot of rainfall.
Keep this in mind when you book your flight to Seville from Toronto. There are many great Air Canada flights to Seville and other Spanish destinations. You will arrive at Seville Airport.
In Seville, you have endless accommodation options and the Spanish hospitality is warm and friendly. Generally, rooms in the city are spacious and clean and most pay attention to the little details making your stay extra special.
Hotel Palacio de Villapanes is a 5-star hotel with a spacious courtyard, a roof terrace and a luxury spa. Rooms are chic and modern. The location is excellent, right in the old town area with flamenco bars, the Moorish-Christian Alcázar palace and the Seville Cathedral tower.
Vincci La Rábida is a 4-star hotel decorated in a Moorish-style. Relax in your plush room or dine in one of the two restaurants or the delicious tapas bar. You can easily walk to the old town from here and the hotel has excellent reviews.
Hotel Casa Imperial is the prettiest hotel we’ve found in Seville. Rooms are traditionally styled and cozy. The hotel is in a 16th-century building with charming courtyards, a bar and a little splash pool to cool off. Staff is super helpful too.
The old town covers four square km and boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Royal Alcázars of Seville, historically known as al-Qasr al-Muriq is a royal palace that was built for the Christian king Peter of Castile. It features stunning Gothic, Renaissance and Romanesque styles of architecture. Parts of the palace are used by the royal family when they are in Seville. Game of Thrones also used the place to shoot scenes in season five. In 1987 the palace was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with the adjoining Seville Cathedral and the General Archive of the Indies. The Giralda is the bell tower at the cathedral. Over 100 m high, it is one of the most significant symbols of the city and has been since the Middle Ages.
The Plaza de España is a plaza in the Parque de María Luisa which was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Get there early to walk around before the crowds arrive and admire the architecture, mosaics, fountains, towers, and bridges.
You will witness the Spanish folk tradition of flamenco while in Seville. The singers, dancers and guitarists can be seen in many places performing in colourful traditional costumes. At the Flamenco Museum, you can learn about the beautiful art form and see a live show. A dinner theatre is another great way to enjoy festive traditional dancing.
The Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla is a massive bullring that can hold over 10,000 spectators and hosts many world-class events every year. Although a part of Spanish culture, bullfighting is gruesome, so be prepared.
There are many fantastic restaurants in Seville, so indulge and try some of the best, like Taverna del Alabardero.
Taberna del Alabardero opened its delicious doors in 1989 following successful ventures in Madrid and Washington DC. This meal will be a splurge with classic aristocratic-inspired Spanish dishes on the menu. A few highlights are Cordobese soup with quail eggs and Jabugo ham, and sirloin of beef with red wine and truffle sauce. Arrive hungry and expect this to be one of the best dining experiences of your vacation. The restaurant was started by priest Fray Luis de Lezama to train unemployed youth.
Shopping is always a part of any great vacation. In Seville, try the shops at La Alfalfa, where you will find all kinds of fashion, including a flamenco outfit if you want to take one home. Plaza de la Alfalfa, the Plaza del Pan and the Plaza del Salvador offer more shopping and great tapas bars. There are markets everywhere, and you will find boutique shops with unique finds. If you love it, buy it because you probably won’t find it anywhere else during your travels.
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