Spain’s fourth largest city and the capital of its Andalusia region, Seville is an excellent stop for those doing a cultural tour of the country and looking beyond Madrid and Barcelona. It has a very different feel from those two huge cities, so it provides wonderful contrast, and slightly lower prices.
The center of Seville is quite touristy, but for good reason, and that also makes it very easy to visit for English speakers. Hotels and hostels are good value, including those with central locations, but booking early is still wise, especially in high season.
The attractions here are mainly free or inexpensive so you’ll mainly be shelling out for a bed plus food and drinks. The food scene here is largely based on tapas places where you can get cheap snacks along with reasonably priced drinks that can easily make a filling meal on a budget.