Looking for inspiration for a weekend in Seville? Read our tips below on the things to do in Seville, Spain plus a sample weekend itinerary, where to stay, how to get around, and best restaurants to try!
Seville is the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region. It is the home of the famous flamenco dance. It’s famous for its traditions, culture and artistic heritage. Take a glimpse and learn about their culture by experiencing Seville’s awesome traditions.
With Seville’s rich history and architectural buildings, it surely has a lot to offer to all the tourists visiting this beautiful city. If you’re staying in this place for only 3 days, then it’s not a problem. Three days is enough to enjoy all the things that Seville has to offer. In this sample itinerary, it’ll help you have a guide on what and when is the best time to visit Seville’s top attraction.
3 Day Weekend Trip Guide to Seville, Spain
Day 1 – Weekend Guide to Seville, Spain
On your first day, it is recommended to visit Seville’s top attraction, the Alcazar. It is Europe’s oldest Royal Palace that is still in use. That’s right, Spain’s Royal family still uses this Palace. Be amazed by its architecture and stunning interiors.
After a trip to the Royal palace and learning about the Royal family, discovering the Sevillians lifestyle from the past is recommended. You’d be able to see what items do the Sevillians used from the past.
Your Seville tour won’t be complete if you will not watch a Flamenco show. Flamenco is a popular dance in Europe and Seville is the birthplace of it. It’s usually in the evening so it’s perfect to spend your first night in Seville watching this show.
DAY 2 – Weekend Guide to Seville, Spain
Don’t ever miss this place, as this will bring you back to the past. From archaeological facts and historical discoveries, this place will give you the feeling of living from the past. It’s also picturesque as the architecture is really stunning!
If you want to try something new, then this one is for you! Have a nice tour of the city using a bike. In this tour, you’d see Seville’s famous attractions, buildings, and monuments. You will also see the Sevillians lifestyle. Interesting tour!
After a long tiring day, it is recommended to soak in the pool of Aire de Sevilla thermal baths. You’d definitely feel relaxed and calm while indulging in its clear water. Such a perfect way to end your second day.
DAY 3 – Weekend Guide to Seville, Spain
On your last day, relaxing and chilling at a park is recommended. Maria Luisa Park is a perfect place for tourists who are craving for peace of mind as this park offers fresh air and peaceful atmosphere. A really nice way to end your tour.
Where to Stay in Seville, Spain
(Prices are subject to change depending on the dates that you preferred. Visit the official website to check more accommodation and price)
Where to Stay in Seville if you’re a backpacker
Located in the center of Seville, Black Swan Hostel Sevilla features a communal rooftop terrace with city views. The modern hostel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. Each heated room includes personal lights and plugs, as well as lockers. Bed linen is provided for free, and towels can be rented at reception for an extra cost. Black Swan Hostel Sevilla offers a shared lounge and a kitchen with an oven, microwaves, and hobs. Seville Airport is a 20-minute drive.
Bed in 8-Bed Dormitory Room with a price of €23 per night, including taxes and charges, but it’s non-refundable.
For You Hostel Seville offers modern and functional rooms in Seville City Centre. There is free high-speed WiFi available throughout. The property features both private and dormitory rooms. Each bed has a private locker, a reading lamp, and individual sockets. All private bathrooms have a shower, hairdryer, and free toiletries; 1 set of towels and bed linen are provided. Guests have also access to a fully-equipped shared kitchen. Other facilities include a typical Andalusian patio.
Bed in 10-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room with a price of €24 per night, including taxes and charges, add €5.50 for breakfast, it’s free cancellation and no prepayment needed, you can pay at the property.
Hostel Sevilla is located in the center of Sevilla. It features free WiFi, a bar and on-site shops. This guest house offers rooms with private bathrooms, complete with shower and free toiletries. There are also bunk beds available in shared rooms. Bed linen and towels are included in private rooms. There is a shared lounge with a TV and a 24-hour front desk, as well as a tour desk. The guest house offers a laundry service at an extra charge. San Pablo Airport is a 20-minute drive from the property.
Bunk Bed in Mixed Dormitory Room 8 with a price of €24 per night, including taxes and charges, add €5 for breakfast, and it’s non-refundable.
Where to Stay in Seville if you’re on a budget
Albergue Inturjoven Sevilla is located on the Reina Mercedes University Campus in Seville, 10 minutes’ walk from María Luisa Park. It offers simple, air-conditioned rooms and a central patio. Staff at the hostel’s 24-hour reception can provide information about what to see and do in Seville and the surrounding area. Packed lunches are also available on requests. A buffet breakfast is served every day in the Inturjoven Sevilla’s bright breakfast room. Regular buses to Seville’s historic center stop within 5 minutes’ walk of the Albergue Inturjoven.
Bed in Dormitory with a price of €37 per night, including taxes and charges, free breakfast, free cancellation, and no prepayment needed, you can pay at the property.
Featuring free WiFi, The Nomad Hostel is located in Seville, just 800 m from the city’s Cathedral. This hostel offers a bar and a shared terrace and kitchen for all guests. This hostel offers private bedrooms and beds in dormitories. All rooms include air conditioning and heating, and most include a balcony with views of the city. Bed linen is provided, and towels can be rented on site. The Sevilla – Santa Justa Train Station is 2 km from the property.
Standard Double Room with Shared Bathroom with a price of €66 per night, including taxes and charges, free breakfast, and it’s non-refundable.
El Viajero en Sevilla is well located in the middle of Seville. 400 m from Plaza de Armas, the property is also 500 m away from Triana Bridge – Isabel II Bridge. Free WiFi is provided. Spread over 3 floors, all rooms in the guest house are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Archivo de Indias is 900 m from El Viajero en Sevilla. The nearest airport is Seville Airport, 9 km from the accommodation.
Standard Double Room with Shared Bathroom with a price of €65 per night, including taxes and charges, add €6 for breakfast, it’s free cancellation.
Where to Stay in Seville if you want Luxury
Hotel Posada del Lucero is located in Seville’s Old Town. This elegant hotel offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and many original features. Featuring free WiFi, each air-conditioned room opens onto the traditional Andalusian central courtyard, with columns and arches. There is a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a minibar and a private bathroom with free toiletries. A varied breakfast buffet is available, and Hotel Posada del Lucero also has a café-bar, open all day. The 24-hour front desk offers car rental and hairdressing service. Seville Cathedral and the famous Giralda Tower are 850 m away.
Double or Twin Room (1-2 adults) with a price of €188 per night, including taxes and charges, add €16.50 for breakfast, and it’s non-refundable.
Zenit Sevilla offers accommodation next to the River Guadalquivir, in Seville’s famous Triana neighborhood. It offers a rooftop terrace and views of the Giralda and the city. It offers rooms with free WiFi and flat-screen satellite TV. Each spacious room at Hotel Zenit Sevilla has air conditioning and wooden floors. Rooms come with a minibar and a choice of pillows. Bathrooms feature typical ceramic tiles and include a hairdryer, toiletries, and bathrobes. The hotel can also arrange guided tours of the city.
Double or Twin Room with a price of €194 per night, including taxes and charges, add €15.40 for breakfast, it’s non-refundable.
AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla is in one of Seville’s most emblematic residential areas, close to the famous Avenida de la Palmera. It offers an outdoor pool and a fitness room. Free WiFi is available in all areas. AC Hotel Ciudad de Sevilla combines early 20th-century elegance with modern facilities. There is 24-hour room service. All rooms include a minibar. The hotel has an AC Lounge, where guests can enjoy typical Spanish cuisine. The hotel is situated about 1 km from Plaza de España, María Luisa Park, and the historic city center, and only 11 km from Seville Airport.
Family Room, Guest Room, 2 Twin/Single Bed(s) with a price of €307 per night, including taxes and charges, add €18.70 for breakfast, it’s free cancellation, and no prepayment needed, you can pay at the property.
List of restaurants that you can try while in Seville, Spain
It offers the Mediterranean, Spanish and European cuisine. The interiors are also stunning with their sophisticated designs.
Operating hours: 2:00pm-4:00pm and 8:30pm and 10:30pm (Tuesday-Saturday)
Address: Calle Alcalde Jose de La Bandera 7, 41003 Seville, Spain
In this restaurant, you can enjoy fine tapas in the bar or in the dining room. It serves Mediterranean, Spanish and Healthy cuisines.
Operating hours: 1:00pm-4:30pm (Sunday-Saturday) and 8:00pm-12:30am (Monday-Saturday)
Address: Calle Recaredo 9 | 9 Puerta Carmona, 41003 Seville, Spain
Milonga’s Restaurante Argentino offers steakhouse, Latin, Barbecue, Argentinean, South American, International, and Grill cuisine.
- 1:30pm-4:00pm (Tuesday-Friday)
- 8:30pm-11:45pm (Tuesday-Saturday)
- 1:45pm-4:00pm (Saturday-Sunday)
Address: Campo Martires 1 | Nervion, 41018 Seville, Spain
In La Azotea you’d experience to eat excellent food like their Spanish cuisine. They also offer seafood, meats, and vegetables.
- 8:30pm-12:00am (Wednesday-Friday)
- 1:00pm-4:30pm (Thursday)
- 1:30pm-4:30pm (Friday-Wednesday)
Address: Calle Jesus del Gran Poder 31 | Esquina Calle Jesús del Gran Poder, 41002 Seville, Spain
Restaurante Eslava serves the Mediterranean, European and Spanish cuisine. With its traditional recipes, you’d surely go back to this awesome restaurant.
Operating hours: 1:30pm-4:00pm and 8:30pm-12:00am (Tuesday-Saturday)
Address: Eslava, 3, 41002 Seville, Spain
How to go to Seville, Spain from the UK
Via Ryanair: (one way)
*From London Stansted to Seville Airport
Ticket Price: £60.17
Via Easyjet: (one way)
*From London Luton to Seville Airport
Ticket Price: £122.11
* Prices are subject to change.
Are you on Pinterest? Pin these!
About the Writer
Hi there! I’m Fatima. My first major travel was in 2016 in the beautiful city of Cebu. After that, I got interested in traveling. Now I enjoy learning languages and other country’s cultures. My goal is to visit at least one country each year and to share my experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Witness my journey by following me on Instagram.