Hidden gems of Seville

Here in the Partnership International office, we love Seville! Seville is located in the south of Spain, it gets over 1.8 million visitors a year!! It is known for its bullfighting and tapas but not many people realise there is so much more it offers. You can take a guided tour around Seville or you can adventure yourself and discover so many Hidden gems of Seville yourself!

Seville was around when the roman empire was in rule. It is a very old city with a lot of old architecture.

Iglesia de Santa Marina

This was built in the 14th century, it’s built with the base of an old mosque. It has survived many weather complications including earthquakes and is still standing! It is opened during a mass time so if it is closed when you get there it will be opened very soon.

Plaza del Cabildo

This is a circled square in Seville. A market on Sundays join here and trade coins, stamps etc. It is 2 minutes from the Cathedral in Seville, so it is worth your time visiting!

Convento de San Leandro

This is an old convent. It is full of beautiful art; it has two pieces of art by Martinez Montanes. If a museum had these pieces of art, they would charge you crazy prices to see them! Make sure you take a visit.

Plaza Dona Elvira

This is a beautiful little square where you can relax after a long day of walking. It gets flooded with people in the morning but quietens down after the midday and you can sit back and relax.

Las Golondrinas

These beautiful Hidden gems of Seville has food and drink! Tapas! Tapas! Tapas! It has a small menu but the perfect choice when it comes to tapas. The food here is great. It is in the Triana neighbourhood.

La Alameda de Hercules

Some say this is the origin of Seville! It was founded by Hercules. It is minutes from the oldest church in the city. Located just off the area of Amelda it has a great atmosphere for breaks, food and drink.

We hope you enjoy our Hidden gems of Seville and have fun exploring them!


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