What All Are Waiting for You In Seville

In Seville, there’s a lot to see and do! It is, in reality, one of the country’s most well-known cities. Anyone who likes Spanish culture will fall in love with Seville’s orange-scented courtyards, beautiful Mudéjar architecture, and spontaneous flamenco dance in calm plazas at night. However, this is just a first impression. In Seville, you’ll never run out of things to do! It’s also a great place to visit in the dead of winter. Here are the Things to do in Seville.

Begin your visit with a stroll around the Alcázar

The Real Alcazar is a must-see while visiting Seville. Indeed, this majestic castle should be your top priority if you only have time for one thing to see in this city. As soon as I could afford to travel more, I knew this would be one of the first sites in Spain I went. Inside its walls, this UNESCO World Heritage Site traces the development of the city across time, from the Arabic era and Middle Ages to the Renaissance and Baroque eras. Anyone visiting the city should not miss it.

Visit the Seville Cathedral, which is one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks

Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was constructed over the course of more than a century. To build a “church so gorgeous and marvellous that those who saw it finished would say we are nuts,” the church’s officials wrote in the drawings they drew up about 1400. This breathtaking sight is enhanced by the white stone walls, embellished with spires and arches, which frame the spectacular stained glass windows One of the most impressive aspects of the interior is its towering 80 side chapels, 42-meter-high central nave, and the Retablo Mayor, among many other impressive elements.

From Seville, the greatest value-for-money tours

Consider visiting one of the charming white-washed villages. For a whole day, this tour includes stops at an olive oil factory, lunch in Grazalema, and a visit to the world-famous bridge in Ronda. The Castle of Las Aguzaderas is the highlight. Visit this page to learn more about the tour’s cost and availability.

The Alhambra in Grenada is a must-see. A visit to the Alhambra Palace and Generalife Gardens is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! A full-day Alhambra tour may be found here.

The Córdoba Mosque-Cathedral is a must-see. Explore one of Europe’s largest mosques, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its impressive collection of Islamic art. For more information about the tour’s price, click here.

Travel to Rome and pay a visit to Christopher Columbus’s Tomb

Although Christopher Columbus’s legacy may be uncertain in the years to come, he has unquestionably had the most significant influence on our understanding of history.

No matter how many people claim credit for it, Columbus is credited with bringing word of European presence in the Americas to Europe and igniting a new era of colonisation in the New World.

Dedicated to Christopher Columbus, it is housed in the Cathedral of Seville. In fact, the Spanish city of Valladolid, which translates to “Valley of Death,” is where Columbus is thought to have been buried after his remains were returned from the New World.

The Dominican Republic was chosen by Columbus’ daughter-in-law because she wanted him to be buried in the New World. His bones were kept there until 1795, when they were moved to the Cathedral of Santo Domingo.

A Few More Words

Remains of Christopher Columbus were transported back to Spain as the Spanish retreated from the Caribbean, and his remains are now buried in the Cathedral of Seville, the city from where he ventured out to find a new world.


Rachel Martin: Rachel, an adventure travel blogger, shares her experiences of hiking, climbing, and trekking around the world. Her blog includes detailed guides, safety tips, and inspiring stories to encourage others to embark on their own adventures.