Sunny city break in Seville
- City trip
- 2, 3, 4 or 5 nights
- per person
- based on 2 persons
Discover the best of Seville on a fantastic European city break, including breakfast, optional flights, boat tour, and flamenco show for longer stays
Ready for a sunny city break full of surprises? Then head to Seville: the capital of Spain's unforgettable Andalusia region. Stay in the heart of the city and experience Seville's impressive historic centre by day - and lively tapas bars at night! On day two of your trip, head out on an included boat tour to cruise by Seville's highlights. With year-round sun, breathtaking architecture and a uniquely vibrant culture, the hardest decision you have to make is whether to go for two nights or five!
Two, three, four or five nights in Seville
Boat trip through Seville
90-minute flamenco Show (for stays or four or five nights)
Optional flights from your selected UK airport to Seville, Spain
Optional airport transfers
Whilst most people searching for the perfect Spanish city break tend to focus on either Madrid or Barcelona, those who are looking to escape the crowds and discover a new city should look no further than Seville! Whether you want to marvel at the architectural wonders of the Alcázar Palace and the Plaza de España, discover the intriguing attractions of the Plaza de Toros Bullring or the Metropol Parasol (the world’s largest wooden structure), or learn more about the local traditions in the neighbourhoods of Triana and La Macarena, this city has something for everyone. Better yet, the capital of the Andalusia region enjoys moderate to hot temperatures all year round. Does a Spanish city break get better than Seville?
We work with our trusted partners in the region to offer you the best possible stay.
When you plan your trip, after you've selected a date, we will show you all the information about the hotel you will be staying at.
Benefits of all the hotels
- 24 hours front desk
- Free Wifi
The influence of the Arab world has heavily influenced Spanish architecture over the years - and Seville is no exception. For a long time, La Giralda was the tallest bell tower in the world. The former minaret, now the bell tower, is no longer the highest in the world but stands just as proud to this day and well worth a visit!
Torre del Oro
The 'Golden Tower' is built in Moorish style and certainly a must-see attraction during your visit to Seville. The building has served as a prison, chapel and museum since the 13th century, and from the top awaits a fantastic view of the river Guadalquivir.
Innovation across the ages
The Metropol Parasol is a large wooden structure resembling - you guessed it - a giant parasol. This quirky piece of art in Seville measures 150 x 70-metres and is a great photo opportunity on a stroll around the city.
Your booking is a direct contract between you and Secret Escapes Limited for the provision of your package. Secret Escapes acts as a tour operator responsible, and is therefore liable for the proper execution of the agreement. The Secret Escapes Terms and Conditions (A) apply to this booking. The Secret Escapes Cancellation Terms and Conditions apply to this booking.
Please note that the flights included in this offer are subject to live availability and price, and can change during your booking process. When this is the case, we will always notify during the booking process.
Due to COVID-19, there may be additional entry requirements in effect at your destination which may change at short notice, including the need to show proof of having tested negative for, or having had a certified vaccination against, COVID-19. It is your responsibility to ensure you can satisfy these requirements before booking so please familiarise yourself with the latest requirements before booking via your government's foreign advice service at www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice.
The passport, visa and health requirements (including those related to COVID-19) at the time of booking can be viewed on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website It is your responsibility to ensure that you and all members of your party are in possession of all necessary travel and health documents, and in compliance with any other immigration requirements, before you travel. Due to COVID-19, there may be additional entry requirements in effect at your destination which may change at short notice, including the need to show proof of having tested negative for, or having had a certified vaccination against, COVID-19. It is your responsibility to ensure you can satisfy these requirements before booking so please familiarise yourself with the latest requirements before booking via your government's foreign advice service.
Maximum 2 persons per room.
The single supplement is based on travel dates and duration of travel. You will see the final price in the booking process.
On the basis of two full-paying adults, a discount for children may be offered dependent on the chosen travel dates and length of stay. You will see the applicable discount in the final booking process.
Unfortunately, cots are not available throughout this trip.
You will receive all documents relevant to your trip, 5 days prior to departure at the latest.
In case the above mentioned hotels are unavailable, you'll stay in comparable hotels in the nearby surroundings. Please be aware that these accommodations might not be in the direct surroundings of the advertised hotel, and therefore surrounding descriptions might not apply to your accommodation. You'll receive the final accommodations with your travel documents, 5 days before departure at the latest.
Guadalquivir Cruise Seville takes place on day 2 of your trip. Departures every 30 minutes from May to September from 11:00 to 22:00, and from October to April from 11:00 to 19:00. The Flamenco Show takes place on day 3 of your trip and is not included for stays of 2 or 3 nights. The Flamenco Show is not available in January, and is not included on trips taking place in this month.
The national currency of Spain is the euro (EUR).
Please note that flights may be subject to change, delay or postponement by the provider and that flight times are provisional. Don't forget to check the actual flight times before departure on the website of the airline or the airport to avoid inconvenient surprises.