Activities in Sevilla
There are many things you can do in Seville. This city is full of ancient monuments, modern architecture, galleries, and outdoor activities you can do. Here are some suggestions for you to do and see. Please feel free to ask reception for more tips or a booking for one of the many activities Seville offers.
Parque Maria Luisa
Spend a morning or afternoon in the splendid shady greens of the Maria Luisa Park. You can visit the two museums located in the park, have a picnic and have fun renting a surrey bike cruising around the big park.
Became a Sevillista and watch a Seville FC soccer match. The atmosphere at the Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium is amazing. Or you can watch the Seville FC’s local rival, Real Betis in the Spanish League.
There are plenty of good shows around. Some are free, some require a paid entry. Ask at our reception and we’ll to find your perfect Flamenco experience.
Pedal boats on the river
Perfect for a fun afternoon walk by the river, relax by the river having a beer in one of the small outdoor bars and rent a pedal boat for 10€ an hour to go around the Guadalquivir river.
Rent a bike
Rent one at our reception desk and ride it to the river. Check out the graffiti area by the river, the local market and the beautiful orange gardens across the river. Visit the ruins of Castillo de San Jorge with amazing views over the Torre de Oro (Gold Tower) and the Giralda.
Hamman – Arabic Baths
Want to relax from the vigor of the road? Treat yourself to an amazing two hours at the Arabic Baths. Termal Baths + Aromatheraphy from 24€. Don’t forget to make a reservation which we can do here at our reception. Just ask us.
Visit Isla Mágica, Seville’s big theme park built on the former Expo grounds. Spend a day here and have lots of fun. Don’t miss out on the roller coaster.
The ruins of Italica
Spend a day visiting the ruins of Itálica. Just on the outskirts of Seville you will find the oldest roman ruins outside of Italy.
Visit the local flea markets to find a hidden treasure. Every Thursday morning on Calle Feria or Sunday morning in Triana you will find plenty of antiques and certainly lots of old religious symbols.