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Things to do in Seville

Each day of the week there is something to do in Seville. This city is lively and dynamic, you can always see people walking onthe downtown streets or going for a workout alongisedethe Guadalquivir river. The river is a popular recreation spot for local people andactivities like kayaking, rowing or running are very popular. Students like to kick back here and and relax after university classes by playing the guitar, singing and enjoying a couple of cold beers. Sounds like a plan for you? The good weather makes it possible for most of the nice plans in Seville to happen outside but there are some interesting inside events like the Bienal de Flamenco, where importants flamenco artists performance. Beyond the official program there are always many small shows that transform the city in a big stage of flamenco music and dance. A smart tip for your travel: don’t plan too much in Seville, go with the local flow!

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Top 10 things to do Seville, Spain

  • Watch a flamenco show in Casa Anselma in Seville for an overall amazing experience with musicians, singers,dancers and beautiful costumes.
  • Bullfighting is a tradition in Seville and the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza is perhaps the best venue in all of Spain to watch this unique and singular event.
  • Popular new hotspot:  It is now fashionable go to Guadalquivir Marshes, an area or marshy lowlands that has been recently featured  because they are shown in the recent Spanish movie “Marshland”
  • Get to know Seville by kayaking through the Guadalquivir while enjoying the hot Spanish sun.
  • Bienal de flamenco is a important flamenco event worldwide. Every two years, Seville becomes the place to be for all flamenco lovers. You can discover the latest trends of flamenco. Hint:many of the performance are really affordable!
  • Territorios Festival is an eclectic music festival celebrated in May where you can enjoy concerts with national bands and international artists, you’ll find your style of music for sure!
  • Learn to dance “Sevillanas”, the local dance! It’s a must if you want to improve your dancing skills and really know the local culture in the popular Feria de Seville!
  • Going for a bike trip is really easy in Seville, you can simply rent a bike with  Sevici explore the city. There are 2500 Sevici bikes and 242 kilometers of lane, what are you waiting for it?
  • For an exciting experience, go to a Betis-Seville derby match!
  • The 17th century building Hospital de los Venerables is well worth visiting, this church with a traditional courtyard inside is stunning. Discover many paintings by the Spanish artists Zurbaran, Murillo, and Velasquez.

Seville, Spain


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Locals Things to Do in Seville, Spain

  • Watching a flamenco show can sound like a touristic plan in Spain, but there are some shows such as Casa Anselma Tablao, in the Triana Quarter, Seville. The atmosphere is very cozy and the lady in-charge, Anselma, has a strong and warm-hearted character. It doesn’t get more authentic than this!
  • Learning to dance “Sevillanas” with a local is a fun enjoyable experience. Give it a try!  
  • Kayaking on the Guadalquivir river  takes you through the history of discovering America. Enjoy the beautiful view of the city and one the richest areas of plant and animal life in Europe.