Seville is one of the most important tourist destinations in Spain, due to its historical heritage, its cultural and gastronomic offer and its charm. Due to the influence of the different cultures and religions that were present throughout the centuries in Seville, it is a place with many traditions, customs and rich gastronomy. If you come to visit Seville, make your holidays an unforgetable experience and take home the best memories of your time in the capital of Andalusia.
Seville is one of the cities with the most monuments in Europe and its historic center is one of the largest in Spain, therefore, there are numerous places to visit in Seville and the activities to do during your stay with Genteel Home in any of our holiday apartments or homes located in the best areas of the historic quarters, such as Alfalfa, Arenal or Santa Cruz and in the famous Triana neighborhood, perfect places to get to know Seville with all the tourist attractions just a few steps away without the need of using public transport.
Taking a free tour of Seville is essential to get to know the best places in the city along with its history and beauty, walk through the historic center, the neighborhood of Santa Cruz and Triana. Also visit the Alcazar, the Cathedral and the Giralda, monuments declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987, which are a must for those who wish to contemplate the wonderful architecture and historical heritage of Seville, as well as the spectacular Plaza de España that together with the María Luisa park, are one of the main attractions of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.
Another way to get to know Seville is by taking a boat along the Guadalquivir River as it passes through such emblematic monuments as the Triana Bridge, the San Jorge Castle, the Real Maestranza Bullring or the Torre del Oro.
Complete your experience in the city, enjoying a flamenco show, enjoying the horse-drawn carriage ride through the city and, of course, tasting the best tapas and Andalusian cuisine in the many bars with the most tradition in Seville.