What to do in Seville during the summer
Seville, a city full of charm all year round. Although the high temperatures can be intimidating, there is nothing to worry about, as there are a variety of plans that will allow you to make the most of your visit.
1. Refreshing afternoons by the pool
During midday and early afternoon, when the sun is at its best, it is advisable to avoid long walks and visits to monuments in the intense heat. But don’t be discouraged! Take advantage of this time to visit monuments indoors and immerse yourself in Seville’s culinary culture. Explore the air-conditioned restaurants and let yourself be seduced by the authentic flavours of the local gastronomy.
If you are staying at our hotel, opting for the swimming pool is a great idea. Enjoy our pool terrace where you can relax while enjoying refreshing drinks and privileged views.
2. Sunsets on the Guadalquivir: Magic on the river
At sunset, the Guadalquivir becomes a magical setting that you won’t want to miss. Take a relaxing stroll from María Luisa Park to the emblematic Torre del Oro.
If you’re looking for a different perspective, consider a boat trip on the river, from where you can take in a spectacular panoramic view of the city and enjoy an unforgettable sunset.
3. Santa Cruz: Charm and shade
Fall in love with the picturesque neighbourhood of Santa Cruz, a place full of magic and colour that will captivate all your senses. To explore it in depth, we recommend a tour that will immerse you in the history of the old Jewish quarter.
In summer, the narrow streets and buildings provide pleasant shade, which makes strolling through its nooks and crannies even more pleasant. Relax in its squares with a refreshing drink and soak up the unique atmosphere that this corner of Seville has to offer.
4. Triana Market: A Gastronomic Experience
The heat shouldn’t stop you in your search for new culinary experiences. Head to the traditional Triana market, where you’ll find stalls offering a wide variety of fresh produce, from fruit and vegetables to seafood and local delicacies.
If you’re looking for something different, the market is also home to a sushi bar, a craft beer brewery and even a theatre that will surprise even the most curious visitors.
5. Night visits to monuments
* Nights in the Real Alcázar Gardens
The gardens of the Real Alcázar of Seville invite us to “walk through time”. A place where time does not pass, it stays there to live, like a great open book.
Nights in the Gardens of the Real Alcázar of Seville makes art run through its whimsical corners in the form of music. Drawing a new meaning to summer nights, humbly contributing its grain of sand to the cultural history of this marvellous heritage site.
* Cathedral roof tours by night
The visit to the roofs is a journey through time, a unique experience to learn how the Cathedral was built between the 15th and 16th centuries.
Get to know the Cathedral from above, take a walk on its roofs, walk through passages, enjoy the panoramic views offered by the architecture of the Cathedral and its urban environment.
* El Palacio de los Marqueses de la Algaba, music on summer nights in Seville.
Enjoy a wide-ranging programme for audiences of all ages and musical tastes. Thus, we find Andalusian music, rock with Andalusian roots, flamenco and, as the genesis of all the above, Andalusian music.
6. Family plans
Immerse yourself in the sea of Seville. Live a summer full of incredible experiences getting to know the most fascinating animals of the ocean. Join the conservation of the seas through the different actions and activities that will take place during the summer.