This historic capital of Andalusia boasts architecture from the Roman, Gothic, Islamic, Baroque and Renaissance eras, countless winding alleys and secret plazas packed with orange trees and fountains. It's no wonder why Seville is fast becoming one of the best spots to vacate in Europe. Find more information about planning and booking your flight to Seville below.
Ryanair and easyJet provide low-cost flights to Seville. While Iberia and Vueling also offer flights to Seville.
Both London Stansted and London Gatwick offer direct flights to Seville. There are also direct flights from Manchester to Seville. East Midlands also provide flights to Seville but less frequently.
Flying to Seville can be costly throughout the summer, especially if booked last minute. If passengers are planning to fly to Seville between May and August it's best advised to book at least two months in advance to get the best price.
The cheapest time to fly to Seville throughout the year is in December and January, when the weather is a little milder but the sun is usually still shining.
The easiest way to get from Seville airport to the city centre is by grabbing the bus outside the terminal. A single ticket costs €4, and a return ticket costs €6, all tickets can be purchased onboard. The journey time is around 30 minutes. There are taxis readily avialable from outside the terminal too, the taxi journey time is also around 30 minutes and should cost from €20-€25 depending on your final destination.
A must-see in Seville is the Real Alcázar palace, built in 1309 as a fort, and expanded over the years to the beautiful building it is today. The Cathedral of Seville is the final resting place of Christopher Columbus and is the 3rd largest church in the world. Take a break from the heat and visit the María Luisa park, a beautiful shady refuge from the noise of the city.
There are many museums in Seville to visit which will give you an insight to what makes Seville so special. They include the Museo de Bellas Artes, an important fine arts museum, the Museo del Baile Flamenco, displaying flamenco in all forms from painting, sculpture, photography and live shows in the evening. Seville has been called the best city for tapas, so take a tapas tour and sample the traditional dishes to learn about the food culture of the region.
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