The city of Seville, located in the southern part of Spain, offers a rich cultural experience with its historic architecture, vibrant street life, and delicious cuisine. This area is a great place to explore, from Seville to the surrounding areas.

There is something for everyone when it comes to exploring Seville and nearby. Here are some recommendations for places to check out.


Cordoba is best known for “La Mezquita”, a stunning Mosque–Cathedral.  Constructed in 785 A.D., it is important monument in the history of Islamic architecture and is impressive to see in person.

The Historic Centre of Cordoba is a UNESCO World Heritage site, making for a wonderful place to explore and soak up the history and the sights. 

A neat museum to consider is the Museo Julio Romero de Torres, which highlights the works of the accomplished painter. The Palacio de Viana is a 15th century palace, with traditional patio houses and other homes.


Seville to Granada Day Trip is easy to plan. You can take a high-speed train or bus from Seville to Granada, where you can take in the beautiful views along the way. If you prefer flexibility, renting a car is a great option as long as you are comfortable navigating street parking.

Granada is a beautiful city with a rich cultural heritage, and is home to the famous Alhambra, a palace and fortress complex. Wander the historic Albayzín district, with its  medieval streets and check out Generalife Gardens.

You can also take a Private Day tour to Alhambra and Granada to get the most out exploring these fascinating places. When traveling, it is always good to make the most of your time and see as many sights as you can during your trip.


Ronda is perched on the Guadalevín River, and is famous for its dramatic landscapes. This mountaintop city is very unique, both for it’s elevated location and also for being rich in history.

 The Puente Nuevo bridge is a great vantage point, as it spans the deep El Tajo gorge. 

Doñana National Park

Doñana National Park is another UNESCO World Heritage site, and is known for its beautiful and diverse landscapes, including marshlands, forests, and sand dunes. This site is especially perfect for nature lovers, from hiking to bird watching.


Itálica is just outside the city of Seville, and is fascinating to visit whether you are a Games of Thrones fan or an enthusiast of Roman history.  This ancient Roman city has very well-preserved ruins, including a Roman amphitheater.


There are so many things to see in and around Seville. It is a good idea to do your research ahead of time and figure out what you would like to see. By figuring out the best days trips of Seville, you can make the most of your trip and not miss out on anything.