Seville, Spain Travel Guide

Last Updated: Dec 2022

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. Seville should be on most itineraries for first trips to Spain, unless you’ve got less than a week.

Why Visit Seville

Seville Facts

Population 700,000
Area 1,519,000
Timezone UTC+1
Currency Euro
Airports Seville Airport (SVQ)

Where to eat and drink in Seville

Budget breakfastCafes and eateries are a common sight with many different breakfast menu options available. $4.30 - $7.53
Budget lunchLunch is decorated with sandwiches of all kinds with lots of vegetarian options.$5.38 - $11.83
Budget dinnerDinner is an art with different menu items served up next to a glass of wine. Just keep in mind, if you request an English menu, chances are you'll be paying more per meal.$10.75 - $19.35
Beer .33L bottleThe local lager is usually cheap at tapas places and most budget eateries.$2.15 - $4.30
Wine (glass)Wine is a signature characteristic of Seville with many restaurants offering wine tastings alongside tapas.$3.23 - $8.60
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When to visit Seville

Temperature and rainfall

Month High F Low F Precip (inches)

Seville Weather advice

Sunrise and sunset

21 Mar7:26am7:37pm
21 Jun7:03am9:48pm
21 Sep8:11am8:23pm
21 Dec8:34am6:09pm

Where to stay in Seville

Seville Hotel Seasons

Seville Hotel Prices

Rating Price(USD)
starstarstarstarstar12.90 - 53.76
starstarstarstarstar17.20 - 64.52
starstarstarstarstar31.18 - 91.40
starstarstarstarstar37.63 - 202.15
starstarstarstarstar97.85 - 286.02
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Seville Hostel Prices

Type Price(USD)
Hostel Bed9.68 - 24.73

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