title-pageSevilla’s charm comes from its Moorish influence. The narrow, winding streets endeavor to block the sun and hot African breezes from filling the maze-like cobblestone streets, the whitewashed houses and Baroque facades enchant travelers at every corner and the flamenco shows echo throughout the night–it is truly a city for the senses.

N1Where to Stay

Stay with Juan in the center of Seville on Calle Alfonso XII in a modern luxury loft for just $74 a night. The building was designed by one of the most well-renowned architects in Seville, Anîbal Gonzalez, who also designed Plaza de España. Just steps away from nightlife, plazas and cultural attractions, Juan is ready to welcome you with open arms, a list of tapas, bars and restaurants to visit in the area and must-see attractions.

Book a stay with Juan now on AirBnB.

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N2What to Do

Alcazar

Some might recognize its Moorish architecture from Season 5 and 6 of Game of Thrones–one of the most celebrated sights in Seville is the Alcazar Palace. Make your way through complex layers of various architectural styles that cover everything from Moorish, Gothic, Mudejar and Renaissance periods and indulge yourself in it’s majestic gardens. The Alcazar is not to be missed!

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Plaza de España

The iconic pavilion located in Maria Luisa Park is composed of a mix of Renaissance and Neo-Mudejar architectures with over 48 fabulous alcoves adorned with azulejos representing the different provinces in Spain. The four bridges symbolize the old kingdoms: Castille, Aragon, Navarre and Leon. Enjoy a walk through Plaza de España and a small boat ride around the canal.

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Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral is the largest gothic Cathedral in the world and a must-see monument. Witness its gothic eeriness both inside and out and its spectacular views from the bell tower La Giralda.

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Metropol Parasol

Seville’s most distinctive modern architectural building, indulge in one of the best views of the entire city of Seville. Take an elevator to the top of this waffle-shaped structure and enjoy a complimentary beverage at the Las Setas bar.

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N3Where to Eat

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Seville is the city of tapas. Forget your old sit down dinner and be prepared to enjoy two to three different Tapas bars and their various signature dishes around the bustling city of Seville.

Canalejas St. “Vidal”

Try the Salmorejo and Ox’s sirloin medallion with foie!

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Perro Viejo

My boyfriends favorite tapas bar – it even serves Italian Negroni’s!

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Banos St. “Nazca”

A mix of Japanese and Peruvian food.

Mateos Gagos St. “Catedral” 

They have excellent Paella, Croquetas, Oxtail and Salmorejo

Casa Paco

Taste the sworfish with orange wine juice and Iberican sirloin pork with old mustard.

El Aljibe

Shrimp hamburger and Courgette cream

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Calatrava St. “Pepe-Hito”

Savor a mix of Japanese and Spanish food.

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Calatrava St. “Duo Tapas”

Tuna tartar

If you want to see real local flamenco, you have to go to

Levies St. “La Carbonería”

Everyday at 10PM you get an excellent, local and free flamenco show!

Flamenco Carboneria Sevilla Guide Eat See Stay

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