Where To Eat In Seville: Triana Neighborhood

If you're visiting Seville in May, take advantage of the lovely weather to enjoy a boat ride along the river.

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 […]

Where to Stay in Seville: A Neighborhood Guide

This blog post was originally posted on April 14, 2015, and was updated on March 25, 2019.  One of the most important things to choose when you are visiting a city is your hotel. The right area (or the wrong one) can make or break your vacation – but don’t worry, we’re here to help! Planning […]

Where To Eat In Seville: Alfalfa Neighborhood

Dating all the way back to the Phoenician settlement in Seville over 2,000 years ago, the Alfalfa neighborhood certainly has a vibrant history– and a vibrant tapas scene to match! We often refer to Seville as a melting pot of civilizations, and no neighborhood embodies that concept quite like Alfalfa. From Roman ruins to Moorish […]

Where To Eat Around Calle Feria & Calle San Luis

This post was last updated on 02/01/2017 What was 15 years ago a no-go zone, the area around Calle Feria and Calle San Luis has had somewhat of a makeover in recent years, including the bars and restaurants. Right now, it feels like new spots to eat and drink are popping up every week, and […]

Where To Eat In Seville: Santa Cruz Neighborhood

The Santa Cruz neighborhood has it all – history, beautifully decorated squares, an inviting atmosphere and, if you can dodge the tourist traps, some exceptional food! Santa Cruz is one of the most difficult neighborhoods to navigate in all of Seville! In spite of that, the city’s old Jewish quarter remains a huge hit with both visitors and locals alike, with […]