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Spain Portugal Honeymoon Package9 days & 8 nights
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Explore the beautiful city of Seville with Thrillophilia’s meticulously designed Seville Spain tours, tailored perfectly to satisfy the desires of every traveller. Whether you are an adventurer, a history buff, or someone seeking a romantic getaway, our Seville travel packages have something for everyone. 

These Spain tour packages stand out for their comprehensive nature that caters to all travellers. They provide a seamless experience by covering essential travel arrangements such as accommodations, transfers, and selected meals, making your trips to Seville hassle-free and memorable. Our team at Thrillophilia is available 24/7 to address all your doubts and queries throughout your trip. 

All our packages promise a plethora of experiences in the heart of Seville. You can engage in immersive activities like watching Flamenco shows, wandering through historic landmarks, or savouring authentic Spanish cuisine in local eateries. It also allows you to navigate the bustling streets of the Santa Cruz district, marvel at the grandeur of Seville Cathedral, and visit the Tomb of Christopher Columbus. If you are a food lover, you can taste the infamous tapas at the oldest bar in Seville as well.

So, book your Seville tour packages from Thrillophilia today and embark on a journey filled with excitement and adventure at this destination.

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Visa Requirement For Seville Trip:

Indian citizens planning their trip with our Seville Spain tours must secure a valid Schengen tourist visa. You can obtain a Spain visa either from a designated Spanish embassy in India, or apply online prior to the date of departure. Typically, the tourist visa involves submitting necessary documents, including travel insurance, and paying an application fee. The application fee for a Seville visa ranges from INR 5,000 to INR 7,000, per person, depending upon the kind of tourist visa you are applying for. This visa allows you to stay up to a maximum of 90 days within a period of 180 days. 

It is also important to apply for a tourist visa to Spain at least 15 to 30 days before booking Seville vacation packages so that you can prepare for the trip without any hassle. Consider keeping an eye out for potential waivers or policy changes that may impact your tour with the Seville trip packages.

Best time to Visit For Seville Tour:

Although Seville is a year round tourist destination, the best time to plan trips to Seville depends entirely on your budget, travel interests, and preference of season. 

1. Peak Season: Seville enjoys the peak season between March and June, and then from September to October, when the place experiences spring and autumn seasons respectively. During this time, two significant events such as Semana Santa (Easter) and Feria de Abril take place, which witnesses a surge in tourist footfall in Seville. The temperature at this time in Seville remains mild, perfect to admire the views from Las Setas, visit the Casa de Pilatos, and eat tapas like a local.

2. Shoulder Season: February and November mark the shoulder months in Seville. At this time, the weather remains warm to visit and meet the sea animals in the Seville Aquarium, explore the Seville Cathedral, and visit the SIMOF Flamenco Exposition. Since the crowds are relatively less and the weather remains pleasant, you can take a trip to Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla, watch a flamenco show, and pay a visit to the Royal Alcazar of Seville during this time.

3. Waning Season: Seville experiences its waning season from July to August, and then between December and January, during the summer and winter seasons respectively. You can treat your wallet with lower rates of accommodation and flight fares while exploring the attractions through Seville travel packages. It is also the perfect time to visit different museums in Seville, like Museo de Bellas Artes and Museo de Baile Flamenco.

How to Reach Seville:

By Air- The most convenient way to go on Seville Spain tours from India is by air. Although there are no direct flights, there are several connecting flights operating between fundamental metropolitan cities like New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore to Seville.

These flights offer layovers in Budapest, Hyedar, Sharjah, Milan, Baku, and Istanbul, and the average flight duration may range from 17 to 22 hours. Some of the airlines that operate on this route are Azerbaijan Airlines, Wizz Airlines, Ryanair, IndiGo, and Air Arabia, flying weekly. Each of our Seville packages is meticulously curated keeping in mind the flight timings at Sevilla International Airport in mind so you can enjoy seamless airport transfers to your destination.

Places to Visit on Seville Trip:

Here is the list of best places to visit in Seville on this tour: 

1. Catedral de Sevilla

Renowned for its spectacular architectural beauty and spiritual significance, the Catedral de Sevilla is one of the most iconic sights covered in Seville tours. The cathedral houses one of Europe's most important religious collections, representing the richness of the Sevillian tradition and art. Everything from the altarpiece, the Giralda, the chapels to a multitude of paintings in the church is breathtaking.

Also Checkout: Catedral De Sevilla Tickets Online

Location: Constitucion sq, 41004, Seville (Seville)

Timings: Monday to Saturday: 10:45 am to 6:00 pm / Sunday: 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm

2. Real Alcázar

The Real Alcazar is a magnificent palace designed in the Moorish architectural style, featuring large arches, Arabic inscriptions, and wood carvings. With its beautiful gardens, ponds, and spacious chambers, the palace is a wonderful destination for visitors. It is one of the well-known UNESCO World Heritage Sites featured in Seville packages, enabling you to learn about the area's rich heritage beginning in the tenth century.

Must Checkout: Real Alcazar Tickets

Location: Patio de Banderas, s/n, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

Timings: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

3. Parque de María Luisa and Plaza de España

Nestled along the River Guadalquivir, the Parque de Maria Luisa public park features fountains, shaded walkways, gorgeous Mediterranean trees, and vibrant flowers, making it a tranquil haven in Seville. The Plaza de España, adjacent to María Luisa Park, attracts both tourists and residents for its splendid surroundings. The park and plaza, which are included in nearly all Seville tour packages, are great locations for picnics, romantic strolls or bike rides, as well as taking a boat trip in the surrounding canal.

Parque de María Luisa

Location: Av. de María Luisa, 41013, Seville

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 8:00 am to 10:00 pm

Plaza de España

Location: Espana Square, 41013, Seville (Seville)

4. Museo de Bellas Artes

The Museum of Fine Arts of Seville exhibits a vast collection of Spanish visual arts dating back from the mediaeval period to the early 20th century. It boasts artworks by artists, such as Zurbarán, Murillo, Valdés Leal, and Francisco de Herrera the younger, from the Golden Age of Sevillian painting during the 17th century. Additionally, it houses a collection of works by foreign artists like Cornelis de Vos, Pieter Aertsen, and Jan Brueghel the Elder.

Location: Museo Square, 9, 41001, Seville

Timings: Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm / Sundays and public holidays: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

5. Iglesia Colegial del Divino Salvador

Located on the primitive Great Mosque of Seville, the Church of the Divine Savior or La Iglesia Colegial del Divino Salvador is a famous Roman Catholic church in Seville. It is the city's second largest church after the Cathedral and is a marvellous reflection of Andalusian Baroque. The church, one of Seville's most important spiritual locations, is notable for its gilded woodcraft, a gorgeous main altar, and several impressive frescoes.

Location: Plaza del Salvador, 3 Sevilla 41004 Spain

Timings: Monday to Saturday: 10:15 am to 6:00 pm

6. Museo del Baile Flamenco

The Museum of Flamenco Dance is a unique attraction that displays the enchanted world of flamenco. It offers distinctive experiences through its museum exhibits and dance performances. Include this museum in your itinerary for your Seville tours to have a better understanding of all aspects of this art form, including dancing, singing, and guitar.

Must Checkout: Flamenco Dance Museum Tickets

Location: Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, nº 3. 41004 Seville

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

7. Casa de Pilatos

The Casa de Pilatos is one of the best-preserved palaces from the 16th century. Named after the house of Pontius Pilate, this palace impresses with its exquisite blend of Gothic, Italian Renaissance, and Mudéjar architectural styles. With a magnificent interior and some of the finest classical and marble sculptures, the building resembles the prototypical Renaissance home.

Location: Plaza de Pilatos, 1, 41003 Seville

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (winters) and 7:00 pm (summers)

8. Santa Semana

Spain celebrates Semana Santa, an annual festival, during the week leading up to Easter. Catholics observe this festival, also known as Holy Week, to remember the suffering and death of Jesus Christ on the cross. The celebration features epic religious processions through practically every Spanish city and village, attracting followers and tourists from all over the world. It also includes relishing sweet delights, such as torrijas, doughnuts, and cakes.

9. Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla

Real Maestranza is one of Seville's most iconic structures for being Spain's largest bullfighting arena that you may explore as part of Seville packages. The 18th-century oval stadium can accommodate 13,000 spectators and also holds one of the world's largest bullfighting events. There is also a museum within the premises exhibiting various artefacts depicting the evolution and history of bullfighting and bullfighters in Spain.

Location: Paseo de Colón, 12, 41001, Seville (Estado)

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9:30 am to 7:30 pm

10. Barrio de Triana

The vibrant district of Triana located on the right bank of the Guadalquivir River is known as a quaint quarter of potters, bullfighters, and flamenco. Accessible by the Puente de Isabel II Bridge, this quarter lets you immerse in its rich native history and experience a bustling neighbourhood. There is plenty to see in Seville's surroundings, including La Capillita del Carmen, the Parich Church of Santa Ana, the Church of San Jacinto, the Sailors Chapel, the Chapel of La Estrella, the Ceramics Museum, Mercado de Abastos market, and many more.

Things to Do on Seville Tour:

Here are some of the best things to do in Seville:

1. See Italica, Birthplace of Roman Emperors: Visit Italica on your Seville tours to see the well-preserved Roman ruins of the early Italian settlers in 206 BC. Discover about Roman history and how people lived in the past while exploring the massive Italica amphitheatre, Roman hot baths, aqueduct, the House of Exedra, the House of Neptune, the House of Birds, and the Planetarium House. You can be mesmerised here by one of the earliest settlements of Rome, and learn so much about history, on your Seville explorations.

Location: Avenida Extremadura, 2, Santiponce, Andalusia 41970

Timings: Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm / Sundays and holidays: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

2. Explore The Famous Seville Cathedral - Explore the wonderful history and magnificent architecture of the world's third-largest church, Seville Cathedral, a prominent sacred site for Christians. Admire the massive interior of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has a central nave, four luxurious side aisles, and the world's largest altarpiece. Witness the chapels and a great collection of historical artefacts.

Location:  Avenida de la Constitución, s/n. 41001 Sevilla

Timings: Monday to Saturday: 10:45 am to 6:00 pm / Sunday: 2:30 pm to 7:00 pm

3. Visit the Tomb of Christopher Columbus - Visit Christopher Columbus's ultimate resting place housed inside Seville's cathedral, which is one of the cathedral's final additions put in place in 1899. Learn about the 500-year-old mystery surrounding the tomb and be astounded by its grandeur. Observe the statues holding up the tomb, which stands for the four kingdoms of Spain during Columbus' lifetime.

Location: Avenida de la Constitución, Sevilla, Andalucía 41001

Timings: Monday to Saturday: 10:45 am to 6:00 pm / Sunday: - 2:30 pm to 7:00 pm

4. Walk The Plaza de España - Be astounded by the architectural splendour and natural beauty of the Plaza de Espana as you stroll across it. Go over the bridges, marvel at the 48 provincial alcoves, and ascend the stairs to the first level of the magnificent and impressive building's balconies. You can partake in a horse-drawn carriage ride, a boat tour across the plaza's canal, or simply get your pictures taken in an Andalusian costume to add more charm to your trip, and have an unforgettable experience

Location: Espana Square, 41013, Seville

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm

5. Witness the Flamenco Show - Book a seat at a flamenco show, an essential component of the majority of Seville tour packages, to witness an unforgettable performance that combines incredible dancing, singing, and guitar. You can enjoy a fantastic evening by combining it with dinner and drinks at Museo del Baile Flamenco, ELl Palacio Andaluz, or any other bar or restaurant hosting the concerts.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

6. Climb Metropol Parasol - Take the elevator to the observation deck of the Metropol Parasol, one of the world’s biggest wooden structures, to enjoy the magnificent views of the city. Explore the six huge mushroom-shaped parasols, which house the La Encarnación market, shops, cafes, the Antiquarium museum, eating joints, and event space, and admire the beautiful architecture.

Location: Plaza de la Encarnación 1, Sevilla, Andalucía 41003

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 9:30 am to 12 am 

7. Visit Mercado de Triana - Visit Mercado de Triana, located atop the ruins of the former Castle of San Jorge, to take in the bustling atmosphere and try some regional cuisine. Find a broad range of locally grown fruits, vegetables, meats, and herbs. Interact with locals, stroll around, take pictures, and eat.

Location: Plaza Altozano s/n, 41010, Sevill

Timings: Monday to Saturday: 10:00 am to 12:00 am / Sundays and Holidays: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

8. Taste Tapas At The Oldest Bar In Seville - Visit El Rinconcillo, the city's oldest pub founded in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood in 1670, and munch on traditional tapas like espinacas con garbanzos and carrillada. Choose from its menu's popular tapas and tantalising entrees that keep the true flavour of traditional Andalusian-Mozarabic cuisine. You will surely have a delightful dining experience amidst the traditional interiors and lively ambience.

Location: Calle Gerona 40, Iglesia de Santa Catalina, 41003, Seville

Timings: 1:00 pm to midnight

9. Day Trip to Cordoba - Take a day trip to Cordoba to explore the city's prominent attractions, like Mezquita Cathedral, Jewish Quarter, the Alcazar, and the Roman Bridge. Admire the remarkable architecture of the buildings, stroll along the picturesque cobblestone streets, sample some regional dishes, and spend some time walking around Ronda de Isasa. Opt for a guided walking tour for skip-the-line access to the attractions and a deep insight into the city's rich history.

Timings: Monday to Sunday: 7:30 am to 6:30 pm

10. Visit the Seville Museum of Fine Arts - Explore the Seville Museum of Fine Arts, one of Spain's most famous art museums, and explore the works of Zurbarán, Murillo, and Pacheco. Admire the statue honouring Bartholomew Murillo, one of the significant figures in this museum's collection just at the entrance. You will also get to witness the extensive collection of Renaissance- or Romantic-era-inspired paintings that span the Middle Ages to the mid-20th century.

Location: Museo square, 9, 41001, Seville

Timings: Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm / Sundays and public holidays: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

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Seville Tour faqs

How much will a Seville trip cost?

Seville Spain tours can cost anywhere between EURO 940 and EURO 2,175 (approximately INR 86,370 to INR 1,99,800) per person, for a duration of 8 to 13 days. On average, you can expect to spend around EUR 150 (about INR 13,840) daily. This cost includes guided sightseeing tours to the attractions, tourist activities, some meals, local transfers, and accommodation as well.

How do I plan a trip to Seville?

To plan a trip to Seville, you can start by determining the number of days you want to stay here, deciding on the activities to undertake, and listing places of your interest. You can then decide on your preferred type of accommodation, transportation, and dining preferences, and finally prepare the budget. Once you are clear on these aspects, you can explore Seville travel packages online. Browse through a diverse array of packages offered by Thrillophilia, that are tailored for different travel needs. These packages typically include visits to major attractions, comfortable accommodations, meals, and transport arrangements. All the packages offered by Thrillophilia promise a wonderful expedition around Seville that leaves memories in your heart forever.

How many days are enough to explore Seville?

A minimum of 2-3 days is enough to explore Seville. Within this time frame, you can explore major landmarks like Alcazar Palace and Seville Cathedral, enjoy flamenco shows, and savour tapas at local bars too. This duration also allows you to capture the cultural essence and the timeless beauty of the city during Seville Spain tours.

Do Indians need a visa for Seville, Spain?

Yes, Indians need a Schengen tourist visa for Seville, located in Spain. To obtain this visa, you must apply either at a Spanish embassy in India or online through the eVisa facility. It is essential to submit the travel insurance while applying for the visa for Seville travel packages. You can expect to pay anywhere between INR 5,000 to INR 7,000, per person, as visa application fees that allow a stay for up to 90 days.

Is a 3-day trip to Seville enough?

Yes, 3 days is enough for Seville Spain tours. During this time frame, you can experience the beauty and culture of iconic attractions. You can visit Plaza de España for its stunning architecture, explore the historic Alcázar palace, and enjoy panoramic views from Las Setas de Sevilla, all at your own pace. This 3-day itinerary also allows you to go on a free walking tour to La Giralda and Parque de Maria Luisa.

Is a 5-day trip to Seville enough?

Yes, a 5-day trip is enough for a comprehensive Seville Spain tour, if you are looking to explore the tourist destination in depth. During this time frame, you can explore the neighbourhoods of Santa Cruz, savour delicious meals in El Rinconcillo, and stroll along the Guadalquivir River. You can also venture into areas like the Triana barrio and even plan day trips to nearby cities like Granada or Cadiz.

Is Seville a good holiday destination?

Yes, Seville is an excellent holiday destination in Spain as it allows you to explore its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. It offers a chance to see iconic attractions like the expansive Seville Cathedral and the Royal Alcazar of Seville, which are the UNESCO World Heritage sites. You can also immerse yourself in authentic experiences such as trying out tapas, enjoying flamenco dancing, and exploring historically significant landmarks. For a seamless experience, you can consider booking your trip with our Seville tour packages to enhance your trip with top-notch on-ground tour operators and well-crafted itineraries.

Which are the famous historic places in Seville?

1.Alcazar Of Seville: One of the most well-known historical sites to see on Seville tours, this Moorish fort is the oldest European royal residence still in use. Explore the Courtyard of the Maidens, the Baths of Lady Maria de Padilla, the House of Trade, and the gardens and be awed by the magnificent architecture. You can Checkout: Real Alcazar Seville Tickets Online

2.Seville Cathedral: Amongst the most famous sacred places included in the Seville packages, this enormous Gothic cathedral is awe-inspiring for its extraordinary architecture and opulent interiors. Its stunning chapels, high vaulted ceilings, a lovely choir, a gilded altarpiece, and the tomb of Christopher Columbus add to its allure.

3.La Casa de Pilatos: Explore the Pilate's House, home for the Duke of Medinaceli. This royal residence in Andalusia is architectured in an Italian Renaissance style and includes various Spanish Mudéjar elements and decorations.

4.Basilica Macarena: Constructed in 1941, Basilica Macarena is well-known for its statue of the Virgin Mary. The basilica and the artwork are stunning, as are the carvings and other decorative elements.

5.Las Duenas: This elegant and lavishly furnished 15th-century Renaissance palace is regarded as one of the most significant old houses in the city. Its Gothic and Moorish-inspired architecture and art collection draw tourists from across the world.

Which are the best places to watch flamenco shows in Seville?

1. T de Triana: This lovely bar overlooking the river hosts the Esencia dance troupe shows. Along with putting on a great performance, the dancers here will take you on a tapas tour.

2. Casa de Flamenco: The venue's uniqueness and small visitors' capacity create a lovely, intimate atmosphere here. Professional bailaores, a cantaor, and a guitarist perform numerous dance and popular songs, as well as a guitar solo, making the evening magical.

3. El Arenal: Offering a perfect combination of delicious food, attentive service, and passionate dance, this venue next to the bull ring is a must-see on your Seville tours. With four decades of experience and renowned artists, it's one of the best places in Seville to watch a flamenco show.

4. Casa de la Memoria: A medium-sized venue, Casa de la Memoria puts on heart-touching performances every night. The best flamenco dance performances in the region will leave you speechless due to the enthusiasm and the excitement of the artists.

5. Museo Del Baile Flamenco: This out-of-the-ordinary museum not only provides a distinctive tablao setting for performances but is also the ideal location to learn more about the flamenco art form. Museo del Baile Flamenco is one of Seville's most well-known flamenco locations included in almost all Seville tour packages

What documents one must carry while visiting Seville?

-Passport and Visa
-Flight tickets
-Hotel reservations printouts
-Driving Licence
-Travel Insurance
-Identification Documents
-Travel Itinerary Plan
-Children’s Birth Certificate
-Vaccination Certificates

What should I pack while travelling to Seville?

1.Important Documents: Vis, Passport, ID, flight tickets, etc.
2.Clothes: Comfortable clothes for the day, evening, and night, warm layers, swimming attire, light jacket, etc.
3.Footwear: Hiking shoes, flats, and sandals
4.Toiletries kit: Sunscreen, lip balm, body lotion, sanitiser, mosquito repellent, and a small towel
5.Medication Kit: Prescribed medicines as well as first aid kit
6.Gadgets: Travel adapters & chargers, camera

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