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Best things to do in Seville

Historic Site
“The construction of the building started on year 884. La construcción del edificio comenzó en el año 884.”
241 locals recommend
Art Museum
“In this museum visitors will find paintings of Velázquez, Murillo, Zurbarán, Herrera, etc.”
160 locals recommend
Museum
“There are so many other places I would recommend that I created an online guide for my guests with restaurant and tapas bar recommendations. I will email it to you prior to your arrival. ”
88 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The Maestranza bullring is located in the Arenal neighborhood of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It was built in the 18th century. It is owned by the Royal Cavalry Masters of Seville”
70 locals recommend
Dance Studio
“The only museum totally dedicated to Flamenco in the world, The Flamenco Dance Museum is a place that worth it to visit. They have flamenco shows everyday, with the best flamenco artists of Andaluzia. The intimate show, which occurs in a cave is a experience for a lifetime!”
65 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Actually a highlight. Quite paticular in some aspects and a nice, quiet garden”
33 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Unique tapas! Good place, nice restaurant, big and with lot´s of tables! :)”
32 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Historical monastery-turned-museum featuring contemporary artwork. A really cool place to visit with different exhibitions throughout the year. Located in the "Isla de la Cartuja" area, where the World's Expo of 92 was held.”
31 locals recommend
Museum
“8 mins via bicycle / 13 min walk. Archivo General de Indias contains some of the most valuable archival documents of the americas and spanish empire, Seville was actually the economic centre of the empire. ”
35 locals recommend
History Museum
“ El museo Arqueológico de Sevilla está ubicado en Plaza de América, frente al Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares (antiguo Pabellón Mudéjar) y junto al Pabellón Real, dentro del Parque de María Luisa. El edificio que alberga el museo fue el antiguo Pabellón de Bellas Artes de la Exposición Iberoamericana de Sevilla. The Archeological Museum of Seville (Spanish: Museo Arqueológico de Sevilla) is a museum in Seville, southern Spain, housed in the Pabellón del Renacimiento, one of the pavilions designed by the architect Aníbal González[1]. These pavilions at the Plaza de España were created for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.”
17 locals recommend
History Museum
“Free museum that outlines and remembers the Inquisition. You can see the old city walls here, as well.”
17 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Inside this old monastery there is now the Museum of contemporary art (Centro andaluz de arte contemporáneo), which is totally worth visiting. On Saturday is free. There is also a nice bar outside it and on Sunday there are jazz sessions.”
32 locals recommend
History Museum
“// One of the best palatial houses in Seville. In 1901, the Countess of Lebrija, passionate about archeology, restored the family home for 13 years. Its 580 m2 of Roman mosaics, floors and walls, make it the most important private collection in the world. // L'une des meilleures maisons palatiales de Séville. En 1901, la Comtesse de Lebrija, passionnée d'archéologie, a restauré la maison familiale pendant 13 ans. Ses 580 m2 de mosaïques romaines, ses sols et ses murs en font la collection privée la plus importante au monde. // Una de las mejores casas de Sevilla. En 1901 fue restaurada por la condesa de Lebrija. Con 580 m2 de mosaicos romanos, es a colección privada más importante del mundo”
15 locals recommend
History Museum
“El Archivo General de Indias de Sevilla se creó en 1785 por deseo del rey Carlos III, con el objetivo de centralizar en un único lugar la documentación referente a la administración de los territorios ultramarinos españoles hasta entonces dispersa en diversos archivos: Simancas, Cádiz y Sevilla. Suele contar con excelentes exposiciones todos los años.”
9 locals recommend
Museum
“ El Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares de Sevilla, está localizado en el Parque de María Luisa, dentro de la Plaza de América, popularmente llamada “parque de las palomas”. Al otro lado de la plaza se encuentra el Museo Arqueológico. Fue el Pabellón de Arte Antiguo de la Exposición Iberoamericana de 1929. The Museum of Arts and Traditions of Sevilla (Spanish: Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares) is a museum in Seville, Andalusia, Spain, located in the María Luisa Park, across the Plaza de América from the Provincial Archeological Museum. The museum had 84,496 visitors in 2007.[1]”
12 locals recommend
Plaza
“Having some drinks outside in Plaza del Salvador is the best plan during lunch time or dinner.”
12 locals recommend