Best Things To Do in Seville, Spain

Are you looking for what to do in Seville?

You might have a list of things to do in Seville and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. Places like Plaza De Espana and Alcazar Of Seville will make sure your dream destinations are ticked off. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

With so many world-famous sites and attractions to visit, deciding on the best things to do in Seville can be a daunting task. Visiting selective places and carrying the best memories is the best alternative. Don’t rush to see all of the attractions in Seville on your first trip itself.

Seville is the type of city that you will love to visit again and again. Every time you revisit Seville you can keep unfolding the different sides of it. This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Seville getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Seville with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Seville

Here is the list of things to do in Seville and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Plaza De Espana

    4.8 (6399 Votes)
    Plaza De Espana

    Park, Plaza, Architecture , Fountain

    There’s two things to see here, the plaza itself and the Mary Luoisa Park, often called the Moorish Paradise. A legacy of the 1929 Exhibition held for the purpose of showcasing Span’s art and technology, this semi circular complex is filled with alcoves, each to represent Spain’s different districts. The buildings are all decorated in beautiful ceramic tiles; there are canals...Read more
  2. Alcazar Of Seville

    4.7 (6300 Votes)
    Alcazar Of Seville

    Art And Culture, Garden, Park, Castle

    Originally a Moorish fort, the Alcazar is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. The beautiful dwelling is divided into various sections: the Courtyard of the Maidens, the Baths of Lady Maria de Padilla, the House of Trade and various other patios. Covering the palace can easily take upto a day. The highlight here are the gardens and a park with a bar for those who want to rest occasi...Read more
  3. Seville Cathedral

    4.8 (6245 Votes)
    Seville Cathedral

    Religious Site, Cathedral

    This enormous Gothic cathedral was built for one reason only to demonstrate Seville’s wealth. This 15th ventury wonder was built on the site of a 12th century mosque. The builders claimed to want to build something so opulanet that “those who saw it would call us crazy.” 80 Lavishly ornamentes chapels, high vaulted ceings, a beautiful choir, a gilded altarpiece and the tomb o...Read more
  4. Parque De Maria Luisa

    4.7 (1503 Votes)
    Parque De Maria Luisa

    Garden, Park, Monument, Fountain

    City of Seville’s main public park is at once an open air museum and a botanical garden, a grand expanse of monuments, gardens, tree-lined boulevards, palm and orange and pine groves, flower beds, ponds and fountains. It was established in 1911 after being donated to the city by the Infanta Luisa Fernanda, Duchess of Montpensier in 1893. Parrots and ducks and swans populate the area in a...Read more
  5. Museo Del Baile Flamenco

    4.4 (1374 Votes)
    Museo Del Baile Flamenco

    Museum, Performance

    This place from change what you would normally expect from a museum by being not just an exploration and a record of its subject, but also its showcase. The sleek exhibits at the museum go through the origin and evolution of flamenco; there are collections of drawings and photography; workshops in dance and percussion are held regularly. Some of Seville's and Spain’s best flamenco talent...Read more
  6. Iglesia Del Salvador

    4.6 (1154 Votes)
    Iglesia Del Salvador

    Church, Religious Site

    Completed in 1712 this church was built on the ruins of a 9th Century mosque. But other temples once stood here too - Paleochristian, Roman, and Visigoth. In the 19th century the church ran out of funds and began to deteriorate. It wasn't until 1987 that the church was restored to its former glory. The architecture is an elegant Baroque Mannerist style. The lavishly decorated Church interior i...Read more
  7. Casa De Pilatos

    4.3 (5042 Votes)
    Casa De Pilatos

    Garden, Palace, Statue, Architecture

    La Casa de Pilatos (Pilate's House) is an Andalusian royal residence and home of the Duke of Medinaceli. Like most of the places in Seville, this place blends at least two traditions together. The building is a mixture of Renaissance Italian and Mudejar Spanish architectural styles. The palace has beautiful shaded gardens, azulezos tiles, classical statues, painting and the place’s main c...Read more
  8. Basilica Macarena

    4.6 (3491 Votes)
    Basilica Macarena

    Church, Religious Site, Statue

    Relatively new compared to most of the world basilicas, the Macarena was built in 1941. Macarena is what the Seville people affectionaletly call the Virgin Mary. There’s an excellent statue of her here. The carvings and the artwork scattered around the place is exquiste; the basilica and the and the artwork are amazing. You can just stroll in any time, regardless of what’s happenin...Read more
  9. Museo De Bellas Artes

    4.6 (4238 Votes)
    Museo De Bellas Artes

    Art Museum, Exhibition

    The Seville Museum of Fine Arts mostly contains exhibits from 17th century artists.  One of the best exhibitions here is the Julio Romero des Torres, one of the best modern artists of Andalusia; his paintings are simultaneously idyllic and sensuous. Also to watch out for are the works by masters from the Classical Spanish School of Paintings. Charming staff, shay courtyards, good architec...Read more
  10. Anfiteatro De Italica

    4.6 (323 Votes)
    Anfiteatro De Italica


    Just a little way out of Seville’s main town area is one of the best preserved ruins of Ancient Rome, Italica. The ruins were excavated in the 18th century, a work that still slowly continues. Publius Cornelius Scipio founded the city of Italica in 206 BC, during the reign of Augustus. It’s where the emperors Trajan and Hadrian were born, and was famous for its tiled houses and the...Read more
  11. Triana

    Church, Market, Neighborhoods

    As far as the trianeros are concerned, they are a different people than the people of Seville. Descended of gypsies, historically kept outside of the main city of Seville, they have given Triana a character that is very distinct from Seville, a mix of Roman and Moorish and Christian. They are mad about flamenco, have a thriving ceramics and tile industry, celebrate their own festivals with pomp...Read more
  12. Hospital De Los Venerables

    4.4 (892 Votes)
    Hospital De Los Venerables

    Church, Religious Site, Courtyard

    This Baroque residence and the interior San Fernando church was the final refuge of Seville’s elderly or poor priests from 1673 onwards. In the 19th century it became a textile factory for eight years, but then reverted to its orignal function as a residence. The highlights are: The tiled courtyard with the central fountain The tiled galleries with hanging artwork Galleries of Tuscan arc...Read more
  13. Metropol Parasol

    4.3 (538 Votes)
    Metropol Parasol

    Museum, Entertainment

    There are so many great highlights here that visitors might think this place was a tourist trap. It’s anything but. Soaring above La Encarnacion square is what might the world’s largest wooden structure, a huge canopy of six mushroom shaped honeycombed latticeworks. There are four levels to the structure, from Level 0 to Level 3. A stylish restaurant and dreamlike viewpoint walkways...Read more
  14. Plaza Del Triunfo

    4.5 (820 Votes)
    Plaza Del Triunfo


    Flanked as it is on all sides by Seville’s heavyweight historical buildings (General Archive of the Indies, Alcazar Palace, Seville Cathedral), the square is almost famous just for being famous. The plaza is so named because of a historical event. The 1755 Lisbon Earthquake shook even Seville, and though there were people in Mass inside the cathedral at that time they were able to make it...Read more
  15. Puente De Isabel I I

    4.6 (755 Votes)
    Puente De Isabel I I

    Landmark, Bridge

    Connecting the Triana neighbourhood to Central Seville, this historical iron bridge sees a lot of traffic. It was built in 1852 during the reign of Isabella II of Spain and was famous for being the first solid bridge across this river. The previous bridge was a floating bridge made of boats. It is now considered a National Historical Landmark. The pretty arches of the bridge make it an excellen...Read more