Our Guide To A Weekend In Seville

Seville, the enchanting capital of Andalusia, beckons travellers with its irresistible blend of architecture, culture, and beauty. Nestled along the banks of the Guadalquivir River, this city is a captivating tapestry of historic charm and modern vibrancy.

With its warm climate, delectable cuisine, and a tapestry of colours that come alive during festivals, Seville is an unmissable destination for those seeking an immersive experience in the heart of Spanish history and culture.

We had the pleasure of visiting Seville last winter and have listed some of our must visit places.

Where To Visit

Setas De Sevilla

Rising majestically in the heart of Seville, the Setas de Sevilla, also known as the Metropol Parasol, is a modern architectural marvel that offers a unique blend of contemporary design and panoramic views of the historic city.

Affectionately nicknamed "Las Setas" (The Mushrooms) by locals, this iconic structure stands as a testament to Seville's rich history and its embrace of modernity.

Ascend to the top of the Setas, and you'll be rewarded with breathtaking 360-degree views of Seville. The panorama unfolds, revealing historic landmarks like the Cathedral, the Giralda tower, and the Alcazar. For an unparalleled view of Seville and a journey through its history, a visit to the Setas is a must.

AIRE Ancient Baths

Nestled in the heart of Seville, AIRE Ancient Baths transports you to a realm of tranquility and indulgence, offering a unique and revitalising experience that seamlessly blends ancient bathing traditions with modern luxury.

Enhance your experience by indulging in AIRE's signature treatments. From massages to aromatherapy sessions, skilled therapists tailor each treatment to promote relaxation and rejuvenation.

Step away from the bustling streets of Seville and enter a serene oasis where time seems to stand still.

Where To Eat

Bio Mio

In the heart of the old town, you will find the fabulous Bio Mio, just a few minutes walk from the Cathedral and AIRE Sevilla.  

Bio Mio specialises in organic, locally sourced cuisine, and this commitment to quality is evident in every dish. They have a huge brunch menu, including freshly made juices, artisan coffee, pastries and more.The menu also caters to various dietary preferences, making it a welcoming choice for those seeking vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free options.

Alimentari E Diversi

If you find yourself in Seville and are looking for an authentic taste of Italy, Alimentari E Diversi is an absolute must-visit.

The menu is a carefully curated symphony of Italian classics, from perfectly crafted pasta dishes to flavourful antipasti platters that showcase the best of Mediterranean cuisine.

This hidden gem seamlessly blends the best of both worlds, leaving you with a dining experience that lingers in your memory long after the last bite. Buon appetito!