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News Top 15 attractions and things to do in Seville. Flamenco, fiestas and fantastic weather: discover what makes Seville the ultimate Spanish city break. Search for cheap flights to Seville. It houses an archaeological museum of Roman and Moorish ruins and the top has a walkway with incredible views of the city.
This museum is a must-see for anyone wishing to understand the history of the art of flamenco. We definitely recommend a visit before going to see a show. For films buffs it may be familiar as a setting in Lawrence of Arabia, as well as the Star Wars franchise. Arguably, it is when the city is at its best, with everyone donning their finest flamenco dress or riding gear. Locals pile into casetas — brightly coloured tents — and gorge on plates of tapas washed down with the local sherry wine.
Although the tents are private, all are welcome to peer in or dance the night away. Allegedly the resting place of Christopher Columbus, Seville Cathedral is also famed for being both the largest cathedral and the largest gothic structure in the world. The Museo de Bellas Artes is considered the second most important fine arts museum in Spain, after the Prado in Madrid.
Opening Hours: Tues-Sat 9am Swot up on the Game of Thrones film set before you go. Opening Hours: 9. If the sights, sounds and colours of Seville have swept you off your feet, the park is the perfect place to switch off.
The grounds used to belong to the Palace of San Telmo, and the original pools and pavilions are still standing inside the park. This is known to be a heavy influence for flamenco and paso doble. A tour through the stadium in Seville will teach you all about the history of bull fighting here, the matadors and you can explore the stadium without a show being on. If you do wish to see a show, you can book through the ticket office.