Sevilla Tourist Traps

  • Cathedral and Giralda
    by Wowmoment
  • Cathedral and Giralda
    by Wowmoment
  • Cathedral and Giralda
    by Wowmoment

Most Viewed Tourist Traps in Sevilla

  • 1. Flamenco

    Even though the flamenco show is meant for tourists, it features excellent bailaores, guitarists, and cantaores. The food is acceptable. What is not acceptable is that our camera with more than 300...

    more
  • 2. Cathedral and Giralda

    Giralda is an attraction for itself, in the marvel of the cathedral. It's easy to climb, because it has inclines instead of stairs, and they seem not too steep. That's right. But they are......

    more
  • 3. Gypsies and Pickpockets

    Around the touristic places there use to be people (usually gypsis) looking for tourist to read the hand or tell them any other story with the aim only of asking you for money. As everywhere, just...

    more
  • 4. Taxis in Seville

    Avoid using Taxis in Seville, they are quite expensive.If required by phone,they have an unfair norm which is charging to customer the fare from the place where...

    more
  • 5. Shopping - what not to buy

    Don't bother buying those cheap black-and-red flamenco dresses in the souvenir shops - they scream "tourist" and if you wear it at the feria you'll stick out...

    more
  • 6. The boat trip

    In Sevilla there is the chance to make a boat trip on the river Guadalquivir. It's expensive and it doesn't give you something special to see or it doesn't give...

    more
  • 7. Don't support cruelty!

    Every country has its traditions, and traditions are lovely things, but I don't agree with traditions that promote cruelty... especially to animals.If you are...

    more
  • 8. Boat excursion

    You pay 14 euros for less than an hour trip showing you the bridges as you can not really see more from the river, also the area of the Expo 92 is in such bad...

    more
  • 9. Sevilla taxis

    Most of them will try to give you a big tour around the city on the way from the airport. Always ask for a official receipt with all the details. The form...

    more
  • 10. La Isla Magica

    Conquest of The Americas Themepark. Its actually kind of fun, especially if you have kids, or very enthusiastic people with you.You can´t go jaded, you have to...

    more
  • 11. Beware of ladies bearing sprigs of rosemary

    Nearby heavily-touristed areas in the south of Spain you may see ladies who are holding sprigs of rosemary or some other plant trying to get your attention....

    more
  • 12. Take a lot of films with you

    Sevilla is such a beautiful place that you want to take plenty of pictures. Though films are available in tourist shops near tourist attractions, they could be...

    more
  • 13. Horse cars...

    There a many horse cars that get tourist around the city. I am sure it´s must be very nice, but... in my opinion it´s very expensive (1/2 hour, five persons,...

    more
  • 14. The banks are open of 09:00 -...

    The banks are open of 09:00 - 14:00 h. among week and up to 13:00 o'clock on Saturdays. One can also go to the main hotels of the city in case he/she wants to...

    more
  • 15. This magazine is really very...

    This magazine is really very useful and interesting. It includes maps of the city, places to eat, most important monuments, items and curiosities of the city,...

    more
  • 16. Narraw Streets

    Seville has very narrow pedestrian streets that can cause some dis-orientation. Word of advice is bring a map. Enjoy getting lost you might discover some...

    more
  • Sevilla Hotels

    228 Hotels in Sevilla

    658 Reviews and Opinions

  • 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

63 travelers online now

Comments (1)

  • Mar 23, 2014 at 7:28 AM

    There is a good Seville boat trip.
    Don't use the large tourist boats, look for the Guadaluxe ecocruise. It was 15 euros each for a 45 minute trip on a small electric boat that holds a maximum of 11 people plus the captain. However they will go even if there is only two people as with us. It was absolutely delightful, and we had a half bottle of excellent red wine for only 6 euros. The problem is finding the place - the small brochure shows Puerto de Cuba (not on any map!) but it is badly named and should be better described as down the steps at Rio Grande cafe, 1 Calle Betis. There wasn't any schedule we could find but there are seats by the small pier, it's peaceful and you can always get a beer while you wait. Ron

Sevilla Tourist Traps

Reviews and photos of Sevilla tourist traps posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Sevilla sightseeing.

View all Sevilla hotels