Things to do in Seville
Seville is an open, vibrant city, which draws people out of their homes. There is a lot of truth in the maxim that Sevillians live and socialise on the street. All year round there are countless things to do in Seville: stroll through the city in a thousand and one ways, visit unique monuments, museums and exhibitions, go to shows…
Whatever you do and wherever you go, you will enjoy the hospitality that makes Seville a most friendly, welcoming place to visit.
There are numerous entertainment options open to those who are willing to let their imagination fly in a city crammed with the vestiges of other cultures. And as the night draws in, Seville becomes a modern city, providing culinary, cultural, leisure and entertainment offerings to suit all tastes.
Although Seville is acclaimed for its architecture imbued with Moorish influences - the city was under Moorish rule for some 800 years - long before this time it had become a population centre of great cultural importance.
A love of bullfighting and flamenco is another linchpin of Andalusian culture. Renowned bullfighters such as Juan Belmonte, Joselito el Gallo, Gitanillo de Triana and the recently retired Curro Romero were born in Seville or its province. It is also the birthplace of prominent figures in the world of flamenco and traditional Spanish music. Romero were born in Seville or its province. It is also the birthplace of prominent figures in the world of flamenco and traditional Spanish music.