Flamboyantly beautiful, Seville is the seductive capital of Andalusia. Follow passionate flamenco rhythms from tiny, winding streets to sultry shows in tablaos, legendary local venues. Soak in a millennia of diverse cultures reflected by the city’s architecture, from an ornate Moorish castle to the world’s largest Gothic cathedral. Seville will make you succumb to its fiery spirit during street-wide festivals, in busy tapas bars, or while sunset-seeking along the riverbank.

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Turn up the heat in this city of Southern Spain! Things to do in Seville? Don't miss a tour of the spectacular Seville Cathedral and the Real Alcázar of Seville, fitting in a stroll through Plaza de España along the way. Day trips from Seville will lead you to the fabulous Costa del Sol or historic Córdoba and Granada. Opt for packages that start from Madrid or Barcelona!

SEVILLE TRAVEL GUIDE

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DESTINATION FACTS

Language

Spanish

What to eat

Solomillo al whiskey (pork marinated in a whiskey sauce), classic sandwiches like the serranito de cerdo (pork loin topped with Serrano ham) or the montadito de Pringá (made with leftover meat stew) and tons of tapas like espinacas con garbanzos (spinach and chickpeas) and fried fish.

What to bring back

Colourful ceramics, flamenco fashion, music or instruments (guitars or castanets!), a bottle of Andalusian sherry wine and products like perfume, jams, and more made with the city’s fragrant oranges.

Fun fact

Since its founding, the over 2,000-year old city has been ruled by Roman emperors, Muslim caliphates, and Christian kings. But perhaps its most fantastical rulers have been the Queen of Naboo and House Martell of Dorne. In fact, Seville’s Plaza de España doubled as Queen Amidala’s palace in Attack of the Clones and the Real Alcázar housed Game of Thrones’ passionate Martells, playing the role of the family’s palace, the Water Gardens, in the show’s fifth season.

IMPORTANT INFO

For more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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