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Seville in four days

07 Mar 2022

This blog about what to see in Seville in 4 days will help you not to miss anything in a city full of
charm, so that you make the most of your time. During these 4 days you will get to see the most
important monuments such as the Cathedral, the Archivo de Indias and the Alcázar, palaces
with beautiful Andalusian patios, neighborhoods to enjoy a good atmosphere like Triana and
Santa Cruz, parks to relax like María Luisa, vantage points to watch the sunset and you will
even have the time to take an excursion to the Itálica ruins, which will remind you of the city’s
Roman past.

Day one:
The route of what you can see in Sevilla in 4 days starts in the morning with breakfast with
churros. Then you will go to the famous Cathedral and climb up the Giralda tower, one of the
icons of the city, is not to be missed. After these intense visits that will take you all morning, we
recommend that you recharge your batteries by eating tapas.
Leaving the area, you can go to the Torre del Oro to enjoy the view and then take a pleasant
walk along the Guadalquivir. To end this first day on a good note, you can dine with good
traditional dishes in Casa Morales and end the evening with a drink overlooking the Cathedral
on the terrace of Hotel Doña María.

Day two:
Start this day with a gentle stroll through the María Luisa Park. After seeing the beautiful
garden, you can go to the Archivo de Indias, passing the University, the Palace of San Telmo
and the Alfsono Hotel.
The afternoon begins with a route through the center to visit places such as the Plaza de Toros.
Na de route kan je de Isabell II brug overstreken en je dag eindigen in Triana.

Day three:
This day starts at 9:00 AM with a visit to the Casa Pilatos one of the most beautiful historic
buildings in the city.
The afternoon begins with a visit to Las Setas viewpoint. The largest wooden construction in the
world. The next stops are the Iglesia del Salvador, which houses a beautiful altarpiece, and the
Plaza Nueva where the city Hall is located. After such a cultural visit, you can end the day by
shopping in Calle Sierpes.
If you want to dine in the more traditional place, we recommend Bodgea Gongora of Bar Alfafa.

Day four:
The morning of the last day will be devoted to visting Italica, an ancient Roman city less than
10km north of Seville. In this little Rome, you can see several ruins, including the amphitheater.
To go to Italica we give bike tours going there but there is also a bus line that leaves from Plaza
de Armas.

This was your vacation in Seville!!