Museo Bellas Artes
Some say that this is the 2nd finest art museum in Spain, after the Prado in Madrid. Make up your mind for yourself in Plaza del Museo 9, next to Alfonso XII. And check out the art market next to the Fine Arts Museum on Sunday mornings.
Plaza Museo, 9
Museo del Baile Flamenco
A great museum to explore before seeing a flamenco show. Exhibits cover several rooms and include audio-visual and multi-media displays explaining the history, culture and soul of traditional Flamenco.
Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3
Open November to March 09h – 18h / April – October 09h – 19h
At the end of Parque Maria Luisa you will find a smart collection of tartessos culture and a fine collection of Iberian animal sculptures and beautiful Roman Mosaics.
Parque Maria Luisa
Open Tuesday to Sunday
Entry €1,50 / FREE for EU Citizens
El Salvador Church
During the five years that this church was closed, they discovered the ruins of the original main mosque of Seville as well as several well-preserved tombs from the Christian era. Buy your ticket at the Cathedral first, which gives you FREE entrance to El Salvador, otherwise you’ll have to pay 3€.
Plaza del Salvador
Open Monday to Saturday 09h15 – 22h / Sunday 11h – 13h45 and 20h – 20h45
Archivo de Indias
The Archive of the Indies has been the main archive of Spain’s American empire since 1785. Its 8km of shelves hold 80 million pages of documents dating from 1492 through to the end of the empire in the 19th century.
Avenida de la Constitucion
Open Monday to Friday 08h – 15h
If you’re not the type, or if you’ve just had your fill of thumping bass and electrohouse DJ’s, you should try this place. Always live rock music, and always free unless a famous artist is in the house. It’s a good destination for an alternative night out.
Alameda de Hercules, 86
Open 24h – 08h