This city  is a breathtaking mix of beauty and feeling. The current capital of Andalusia was also the capital of Al Andalus. Then it was called Ishbiliya and two of the great buildings of those times are today symbol of the city: the Giralda and Torre del Oro. But Seville is much more: Mudejar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque treasures, a river full of history, vibrant streets, intimate squares, 'tapas', flamenco... An essential city.

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Seville Travel Tips

Seville is wonderful and worth a visit at any time of the year, but if you want to choose the best time for you, keep in mind the following tips. The best months to visit it are March, April, May and September, when the weather is perfect to explore the city without too much heat. However, these are the months where you will find the most expensive accommodation, especially during two events that attract thousands of national and international visitors: Easter and the April Fair (which have variable dates between March and April). If you don't want to miss the flowers but  prefer to avoid the masses and the highest prices, choose May, just after the April Fair.

In July and August it is still possible to find some good offers, because the heat keeps many visitors away, but it is always highly recommended to prepare the trip in advance and book accommodation as soon as possible, to ensure good prices. After all, both are vacation months in Spain and Europe. When you notice a little more the low season in Seville is in November, January and February, since it is not a traditional holiday season, neither for Spaniards nor for European tourists. December can also be considered within the low season, except during Christmas holidays.


Seville is perfectly connected with the other Spanish cities thanks to a modern road network in very good condition, also with Portugal. It was, together with Madrid, the first Spanish city to have a high-speed train, known simply as AVE. Today this train not only connects with Madrid (2h30m), but also with Córdoba (40m), Zaragoza (3h40m), Barcelona (5h30m) and Valencia (4h). Other trains (not high speed) also connect with Granada, Málaga and Cádiz.

Seville has an international airport called San Pablo Airport (SVQ), located just 10 kilometers northeast. Most airlines come from Spanish cities, but also from the United Kingdom, France, Italy or Germany. On the other hand, at the Plaza de Armas Bus Station arrive buses from many Spanish cities and from several European countries such as Germany, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Portugal or Switzerland.


It takes at least three days to enjoy Seville as it deserves and soak up its essence, but if you only have one ... take it! We assure you that this city will make you fall in love and it will be, forever, one of your favorite cities. In 24 hours well organized you can have more than a glimpse. Although it is the fourth largest city in Spain and its historic center one of the largest in Europe, the main landmarks are relatively close and accessible even on foot.


At Fundación Mezquita de Sevilla (Seville Mosque Foundation). In 2002, this masjid was inaugurated in the heart of the city, becoming over the years in a reference for the Muslims and non Muslims living in Seville as well as for many visitors that come from overseas. The five prayers are stablished here, Yumua, Ramadan program, classes for new Muslims, for kids, Tafsir, reception and many other services to the local community. Address: Plaza Ponce de León, 9. Phone: (+34) 954 022 979.

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