5 Andalusian Sherry Wines to Order in Seville

Amontillado sherry is easily one of our favorite wines to order in Seville!

While the province of Seville itself isn’t home to any major wine regions, that doesn’t mean that locals don’t know how to enjoy their vino! In fact, sevillanos are particularly partial to one specific type of wine: sherry! We know what you’re thinking: “Isn’t that what my grandma drinks?” Well, not anymore. Here in southern Spain, and […]

See Seville from Two Wheels: Guide to Renting Bikes in Seville

Renting bikes in Seville is a fantastic way to discover the city.

Seville grows more and more bike-friendly every day, and could soon become the unofficial cycling capital of Europe. Bike usage is increasing at an astounding rate, as more sevillanos and visitors alike opt for this healthy and environmentally friendly option for getting around. In fact, with more bikes rolling through the city every day, Seville might even […]

Where To Eat In Seville: Triana Neighborhood

Not sure where to eat in Seville? There are tons of great options in Triana!

This blog post was originally posted on December 11, 2015, and was updated on June 4, 2018. Unsure where to eat in Seville? With incredible markets and amazing restaurants, eating in the Triana neighborhood is a must when you’re in Seville. Traditionally separate from the city of Seville, the strong flamenco tradition, beautiful ceramics and complex history […]

Restaurants Open Late in Seville: Where to Eat After Dark

El Rinconcillo is one of the best restaurants open late in Seville—and the city's oldest bar, too!

If there’s one thing Spanish culture is famous for, it’s the late mealtimes. Visitors often have trouble adjusting to eating lunch at 2 p.m. and dinner at 9 or 10. However, sometimes it’s necessary to chow down even later in the evening! Whether your travel plans prevent you from eating earlier or you get hungry […]

One Week in Andalusia’s Capital: How to Spend 7 Days in Seville

7 days in Seville would be incomplete without checking out the views from the top of Las Setas.

During one week in Seville, you’ll start to feel like less of a tourist and more of a local. Besides just visiting all of the Andalusian capital’s iconic sights, you’ll start to discover off-the-beaten-path hidden gems and local favorites tucked away in the backstreets. You’ll mingle with both born-and-bred sevillanos at tapas bars and fellow tourists at […]