Seville

Holiday Guide Seville, Andalusia – All Inclusive

Quick Details

 

  • Flight time: Approx 2-3½ hours from UK
  • Time difference: 1 hour ahead of the UK
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro

 

At a Glance

  • Airport Transfer Time only 15 minutes
  • Superb locations near the Old Town
  • Popular Triana quarter has many restaurants
  • Ideal for exploring Seville and its monuments

General Description:

Try all inclusive holidays in Seville, the exciting capital of Andalusia is famous for its works of genius of Moorish architecture and appreciation of Flamenco and Festivals. Indeed a holiday in Seville at the Old Town will allow you to roam around the endless network of cobbled streets with their white-washed houses, dazzlingly blossomed terraces, serene courtyards and sweet-smelling orange trees.

Across the River Guadalquivir, on the western side, you’ll find the area of La Cartuja, the site in Seville for Expo 92, with several stunning contemporary structures that include the Isla Magica theme park. Anywhere you pick to spend your time on your holiday you will not relish the thoughts of evert leaving Seville!

A good tip to make another part of Seville all inclusive is to buy a Seville Card which means you are entitled to free admittance to museums and free rides on the City Sightseeing tour bus. You also get a guided tour around the Santa Cruz region at the same time with discounts off a number of shops and cafes at several sale sites all the way through Seville. Ask you Travel Rep at the hotel about this or include it when booking your all inclusive to Seville at AllinclusiveHolidays.com.

A good idea is to visit while in Seville is the Alcázar Palace and the 15th Century cathedral, which happens to be the third biggest cathedral of its type after St Peter’s in Rome and St Paul’s in London. It is constructed on the ruins of a mosque. Next-door to the cathedral is the 320ft high Giralda Tower, which was constructed by the Moors.

Nightlife:

If enjoying good food is your sort of thing you enjoy on holiday then try Calle Betis for cheaply priced waterside restaurants and bars. After you enjoy lunch there is nothing better to do than take a hint from what the locals do and have a siesta. You will definitely need to store up your energy for Seville’s lively nightlife.

Eating:

A holiday in the fascinating Triana area takes you to the gypsy centre of Seville and the home of flamenco. We recommend you to head for the El Kiosko de las Flores, this is outstanding for tapas. If you have not booked one of our all inclusive Seville holidays you will want somewhere special to eat, head to the exclusive Casa Blanca for culinary excellence or the amazingly inexpensive La Cigala de Oro. Another piece of advice is that wherever you choose to go in Seville you must try the extensive choice of fried fish ‘pescaíto frito’  particularly the ‘adobo’.

Shopping:

You are in for a treat if you enjoy shopping, Seville is great, head for the part near Calle Tetuán and Calle Sierpes. This is a long pedestrianised boulevard in the middle of Seville. Many of the shops will close from 1.30pm to 4.30pm for their siesta period as well as Saturday afternoons and all day Sunday. During these quiet periods it may be a good idea to go for a stroll around the Plaza Espana or charter a boat and do something different.

 

 

Seville, Andalusia Weather

April 60°F
May 70°F
June 77°F
July 81°F
Aug 81°F
Sept 77°F
Oct 66°F
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