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3-Day Seville Itinerary

Seville is the capital of Spain's Andalusia region and is renowned for its beautiful architecture, iconic monuments, flamenco, and tapas. We absolutely loved our time in Seville, from learning the rich history and culture to trying incredible food! If you are looking for the perfect three-day Seville itinerary, look no further! While we could easily spend weeks exploring this charming city, three days offer a perfect introduction to the Andalusia region allowing you to explore Seville's major attractions.


Beautiful views of Seville Spain

How to Get to Seville


A quick 2-hour flight from Barcelona brought us to Seville (SVQ). A quick taxi or Uber ride will get you from the airport to the cathedral within 20-minutes. Alternatively, the airport bus is another option and will take about 30-minutes. If you have more time, the scenic train ride on a Renfe train will take about 5.5 hours.


Getting Around Seville


Seville is a very walkable city and you can get from one side to the other in about 45-minutes. If you don't want to walk, there is plenty of public transportation available!


Where to Stay in Seville


When it comes to where to stay in Seville, opting for accommodations within 10-minutes walking distance from the Cathedral is your best bet. This assures that you'll be close to plenty of restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops to make the most of your stay in Seville!


Located right across the street from the Seville Cathedral, Hotel EME Catedral became our home for our 3 days in Seville. This chic boutique hotel offers balconies that overlook cobblestone streets, a rooftop pool, and a rooftop bar with amazing views of the cathedral. The central location made it easy for us to explore Seville, and we loved evenings at the rooftop bar, which is a must-visit even if you're not a guest at the hotel.

Photo Credit: EME Catedral Hotel via Booking.com


This Marriott hotel is an iconic landmark in Seville and was commissioned by the King of Spain to host international dignitaries during the 1929 Exhibition. Hotel Alfonso XIII is located next to the Real Alcazar palace which offers a perfect location with luxury amenities.


This authentic Sevillian mansion turned luxury boutique hotel is located in the center of Seville. Hotel Casa Del Poeta offers a private rooftop terrace and daily live Andalusian music.

Photo Credit: Hotel Casa Del Poeta via Booking.com


Things to Do in Seville


Cooking classes have become our travel tradition and it's a great way to learn about the culture while connecting with locals. Our cooking class with Fernando was a highlight of our trip as he graciously invited us into his home overlooking Seville. Sipping sangria, cooking paella, and meeting new people was an unforgettable experience! We booked this class through AirBnB experiences and you can find it here.