Sevilla Off The Beaten Path

  • A walk in the park
    A walk in the park
    by fairy_dust
  • Another path
    Another path
    by fairy_dust
  • The frog pond
    The frog pond
    by fairy_dust

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Sevilla

  • 1. Ronda (daytrip)

    A day trip to Ronda is perfect when you're looking to see more of Andalucia. If you plan to go on a Sunday, all the main attractions are open for tourists; the bridge, the roman baths, the museum,...

    more
  • 2. Itálica

    These Roman ruins are very special and date from the time of Augustus and Trajan.I was especially impressed with the wonderful Roman mosaics of birds and mythological...

    more
  • 3. Iglesia de la Magdalena

    Iglesia de la Magdalena (18th century) is a small and gorgeous baroque church. Its exterior is beautifully decorated, but unfortunately this church is situated at a narrow street, so I could not take...

    more
  • 4. Iglesia San Luis de los Franceses

    This is a church on San Luis street in the Macarena district. I don't think it's in use as a church any more, but it's still visited. It is a beautiful example of baroque art/architecture and even...

    more
  • 5. Cordoba

    You can take a bus to Cordoba from Sevilla at the San Sebastian station. A single ticket costs 9.69 euros and a return ticket costs 15 euros and the trip lasts just under 2 hours. If you go on a...

    more
  • 6. Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza

    Bull fighting season starts in April & ends October. This is the arcaded arena of the PLAZA DE TOROS DE LA MAESTRANZA at Paseo del Cristoal Colon. (Hm, I always wonder: Why are all the names...

    more
  • 7. Reales Alcazares

    Maybe as Granada's Alhambra you can think they have similaritites Tipical moorish palace with gardens, fountains, ponds and orange groves But even if in my opinion it can not be compared, here at...

    more
  • 8. Isla Magica

    Even you aren't a child you must go to the 'Isla Magica'. Is an attraction park. The best if you like emotionIs near the Expo Sevilla 92. It have watter attraction, too. so if you go on summer you'll...

    more
  • 9. Triana District

    If you want to see the Sevilla that is fairly free from the influence of tourism, step across the Triana Bridge to Triana and you'll see it. The riverfront street, Calle Bettis offers great views...

    more
  • 10. Cadiz

    A day trip to Cadiz from Sevilla is entirely possible, you can see many of its best attractions (cathedral, shopping district, roman ruins) if you go early and take a late afternoon bus back. I took...

    more
  • 11. Cartuja

    I didn't actually go, but the pictures I have seen of the bridges look spectacular by night. The island houses both gothic and renaissance styles and you can visit the Carthusian order of Saint Mary...

    more
  • 12. Parque de Maria Luisa

    Just wander through this city and appreciate the beauty of the surroundings. It's really splendid. In particular, go to the Parque Maria Luisa and breathe. Just breathe. The beauty of Sevilla is the...

    more
  • 13. Monasterio de San Isidoro del Campo

    At the south end of Santiponce, on Avenida de San Isidoro, this monastery was once one of the most cosmopolitan centers of learning during Spain's golden era. Monks here finished the first translation...

    more
  • 14. Casa de Pilatos

    Casa de Pilatos. The first Marquis of Tarifa departed on a Grand Tour of Europe and the Holy Land in 1518. Two years later he returned, enraptured by the architectural and decorative wonders of High...

    more
  • 15. Converstaions with Sevillanos

    This is not maybe the typical kind of "Off the Beaten Path" tip, but I consider it important. Everywhere is said that people in the south of Spain are very friendly. Even when Spaniards languajes...

    more
  • 16. Carmona

    In the rolling hills 38km (23.6mi) east of Seville in the fertile La Campiña region, Carmona has a long, well-fortified history. As early as the 8th century BC, the gravity of its strategic position...

    more
  • 17. Parque de los Principes

    Parque de los Principes is a park in the Los Remedios district, very close to the fairgrounds of the April Fair. It has a lot of open spaces, orange trees, and...

    more
  • 18. Tower of "Plata"

    Maybe getting its name by opposition to its neighbour, the tower "del'Oro", this octagonal building comes from the 13th century and has recently been recovered...

    more
  • 19. The Torre del Loro

    We made an off-season road trip wanting to see the beaches near Sevilla, and ended up discovering the Torre del Loro, not to be confused with the Torre del Oro...

    more
  • 20. Castillo de San Jorge- The Inquisition in Seville

    in the north tower of the Triana bridge, in the remains of the Castillo San Jorge, the center of the Inquisition in Seville. Apparently this museum is off the...

    more
  • 21. Get Michelin Map Before Heading Out of Sevilla

    Sevilla while a great city is definitely a challenge to drive in and around. Lonely Planet in their 2010 guide on Andalucia states, "that if you like getting...

    more
  • 22. Courtyards

    Ever since we met 68maciek in Krakow, we became absolute fans of courtyards!! So, whenever a door is open, we know no fear (well, almost none...) and peek...

    more
  • 23. Reales Atarazanas

    The Reales Atarazanas (Royal Shipyards) are a true gem! They are just down the street of the Hospedal de la Caridad in Calle Temprado 1, so this is pretty...

    more
  • 24. Park Doñana, protected area

    The big and interesting National Park Doñana, is a few km from Sevilla and goes till the sea.It is a protected and there are some paths to go and enjoy the...

    more
  • 25. Miscellaneous Sights

    This one's of a bookshop in the Judeira. The amazing place has books stacked from floor to ceiling and looks like something out of a children's illustrated...

    more
  • Sevilla Hotels

    228 Hotels in Sevilla

    1 Reviews

  • Ask a Question

    Got a question about Sevilla? Get an answer from our Location locals and frequent travelers

Instant Answers: Sevilla

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

89 travelers online now

Comments

Sevilla Off The Beaten Path

Reviews and photos of Sevilla off the beaten path posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Sevilla sightseeing.

View all Sevilla hotels