Sevilla travel guide


Sevilla Travel Guide

Things to do in Sevilla

There are many things to do in the city, as its cultural atmosphere will not allow you to stay indoors for long. Football is something to take seriously in Spain, as some of the best football teams are from Spain and some of the best football players live here. Sevilla FC and Real Betis are the two city teams and it is possible to get a glimpse of the games for free.

Open-air markets are very good spots in the city, there´s a flea market near Carlos III avenue, where you can get pretty much everything, from books to trash, and from clothes to CD´s. Some markets can get pretty crowded on Sundays, when most shops are closed for the day. There´s a market behind Alcampo shopping center, you may want to check it out if you are near the area.

Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza is the place to attend a bull fight in the city, and you can get an entrance ticket to the museum of bull fighting within the arena for five Euros. Many people believe that this arena is one of the best ones in the country due to its extensive history, but beware it may not be the place to be if you support animal causes.

Many tourists and locals enjoy climbing Cerro de Carambolo to the top, from where you can get a spectacular view of the entire city. You can get a bus from the main plaza (M-170, M-171, M-172) to get to this hill, which is located outside town.

Spain is renowned internationally for its Flamenco, and both tourists and locals enjoy a good flamenco performance, which is not easy to find. An awesome place to watch such an amazing show is the Museo del Baile Flamenco, which is entirely dedicated to this dance.

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