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Andalusia’s capital represents the values of the region, emphasizing a small town sense of community and tradition. Seville’s architecture is the star, with alleyways, courtyards, palaces and private homes showcasing combinations of Moorish and European building and decorative styles. On a Spain trip, Seville is not-to-be-missed.

  • Perfect for
    Families | Romantics | Foodies
  • When to go
  • Ideal length of stay
    3-5 Nights

Designing Your Journey

Work with Indagare to design the perfect itinerary for an immersive journey. Our travel experts know the destination inside and out, and they can make recommendations based on your travel needs and preferences.

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    3 Days: Essential Seville

    The capital of Spain’s Andalusia region, Seville offers glimpses of its expansive history through Roman, Moorish and Spanish architecture. Here is a sample journey we can create for you.

    • Day 1: Plaza de Toros & Triana

      Tour some of the city’s main sites, including the Cathedral and the Plaza de Toros before a leisurely midday meal. Wander through the Triana neighborhood to shop for local ceramics, and top off your night with classic Spanish tapas. Interested travelers can also take in a bullfight if visiting during the spring season.

    • Day 2: Alcazar & Flamenco

      Explore the lavish Alcazar complex and marvel at the marriage of Moorish and European designs. After lunch, stroll the Plaza de Espana with its mansions-turned-museums. End your day with a traditional flamenco performance, or contact Indagare to arrange a private flamenco dance lesson or attend an underground performance.

    • Day 3: Shopping & Tour Options

      Indagare can arrange exciting excursions, whether it is horseback riding in the Andalusian countryside, a specialized tour of the city’s best tapas bars, a trip to nearby wine and sherry vineyards or a private cooking class. Save some time at the end of your day to shop along the main avenues of Calle Ruiz and Calle Sierpes or stroll through the cobblestoned streets of Old Town for a romantic last evening.

Indagare's Sasha Feldman
“This is what makes the south of Spain so fantastic: every turn down a calle, stop-off in a remote mountain town or countryside hacienda and meal next to a local leads to an interaction, suggestion or invitation that both deepens and broadens your experience.” Read the article.
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