Awash in beautiful architecture, rich history, and proud cultural traditions, Seville is one of Spain's top destinations and a quick visit will reveal why. From the stunning beauty of the Alcazar Palace to the rhythms of flamenco,the Andalusian capital of Seville is one of Europe's most seductive and enchanting cities. With Skyscanner's monthly search feature you can find the cheapest time to fly to Seville, putting this magical Spanish city within closer reach than ever before.
Best Time to Book a Flight to Seville
There's really no bad time to visit Seville, although some periods are better than others. While crowded, the festivals around Holy Week are an amazing experience, although be sure to book your hotel and flight well in advance. During the summer months of July and August the temperatures are hot and tourist sites can get crowded, but the city is still a pleasant experience. During the rest of the year temperatures are still comfortable for the most part and you won't have to be battling for elbow room (or cheap hotels) with other tourists.
Airlines that Fly to Seville Airport
Seville is a popular tourist destination, meaning its airport is regularly served by many European airlines, including a number of low-cost ones. The following are just some of the largest airlines offering regular or seasonal flights to Seville:
- Air Europa
- British Airways
- Brussels Airlines
- TAP Portugal
What to Expect at the Airport
Seville Airport is located only 30 minutes by car from the city centre. To get to Seville itself you have a number of options. The cheapest is the Airport Express bus, which runs roughly every 30 minutes during the day and can be found just outside of the Arrivals Hall. A taxi is a much faster option. Taxi drivers are supposed to charge a fixed rate to get you from the airport to the city centre, but not all do so be sure that your driver turns off the meter when you get in. You can also rent a car for your stay in Seville, which would give you easier access to some of the sights outside of the city itself.
What to See and Do in Okinawa
Seville's main attractions are the Alcazar Palace, where Columbus' voyages to America were first planned, the Cathedral of Seville, which is one of the largest in the world, and the stunningly beautiful Plaza de Espana. As the capital of Andalucia, Seville is the cultural centre for many Andalusian traditions, including flamenco. The Museo del Baile Flamenco has informative and interactive exhibits detailing the art and history of flamenco and it also puts on excellent flamenco shows. Semana Santa (Holy Week) and Feria de Abril are the city's two biggest festivals and a great way to experience the rich traditions of this corner of Spain. Skyscanner's hotel search is a useful tool for finding an affordable place to stay during your visit to Seville.
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