- 1 Seville — with heritage from the Arabs and from the Age of Discovery, as well as the flamenco scene, Seville is a diverse destination.
- 2 Santiponce — a town near the ruins of Roman city of Italica.
- Sierra Norte — an area of small and picturesque villages, and dramatic landscapes.
- Parque Natural de la Sierra Norte de Sevilla
- Carmona is famous for being one of the most beautiful towns in Andalusia.
- Écija is known as the City of Towers for its bell towers, and is one of the hottest places in the entire peninsula.
- In Estepa they originate and make mantecados, a traditional Christmas sweet from Spain.
Seville has a warm Mediterranean climate with an annual average temperature of 18.5 °C. Winters are generally mild while summers are hot. The maximum temperatures in summer often surpass 40 °C. The village of Écija is popularly known as the “Frying Pan of Andalusia” for its torrid summers.
Seville is very well connected to the rest of Spain and the world via motorways, railways and airports.
Sevilla Airport (SVQ IATA) is 10 km northeast of centre of the city of Seville on the A-4 highways. It has flight connections from over destinations around Europe and Northern Africa, and serves as a base for the low-cost carriers Vueling and Ryanair.
Seville is connected to the high-speed AVE network operated by Renfe (state railway company). You can quickly reach Seville from Madrid, Barcelona and many other cities.
You can take the bus to Seville from almost all cities in Andalusia.
The A-4 highways to Córdoba, A-92 to Málaga and Granada, A-49 to Huelva, A-66 to Mérida and Cáceres and AP-4 to Jerez de la Frontera and Cádiz run through the province.
- Santa Maria Cathedral
- Real Alcázar
- La Plaza de España
The cuisine of Seville brings together all the specialties of Andalusia. It combines the special spices from the south of Spain. Special dishes in Seville are gazpacho and tapas made with locally sourced ingredients.