Seville, Spain

  • Explore Casa de Pilatos, a 15th century Andalusian palace with an illustrious royal history.
  • Learn all about the traditional Spanish dance flamenco and catch a live show at the Museo del Baile Flamenco.
  • Stroll through Seville’s most notable green space, Maria Luisa Park, home to Moorish fountains and fairytale-like buildings.
  • A bell tower attached to the Seville Cathedral, the Torre Giralda, is a blend of Moorish and Renaissance architectural styles that underscore the city’s unusual history.
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The Intrigue of Andalusia

The capital of southern Spain’s Andalusian region, Seville has been inspiring travelers forever. Situated right in the heart of the city in its commercial and financial district, Gran Meliá Colón has been a veritable landmark for decades. If walls could talk, you would hear the stories of famous bullfighters and dignitaries that laid their heads here. Swept in red and golden colors, the hotel is honored to belong to “The Leading Hotels of the World,” one of the most prestigious associations in the whole world. Unwind inside your modern room and see the medieval and Gothic sights of the hotel’s neighboring architecture.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Seville Airport (SVQ)
  • Official Language
  • Capital Of
    Andalusia Province
  • Climate
    Subtropical Mediterranean
  • Size
    54 Square Miles

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity

  • Andalusian History

    Plaza de España. Built in 1929, this Renaissance Revival located in the Parque de María Luisa is a sight to behold. This was the focal point of the Ibero-American Exposition held in Seville. Its red brick structure is decorated with colorful ceramic tiles and you can wander the promenade.

    Cathedral of Seville. The Catedral de Seville is the third largest church in all of Europe. Inside the Gothic structure is the largest altarpiece in the world. Visit its gold interior and elaborate 15th century choir stalls. You’ll also see the Royal Chapel and the impressive nave. It’s rumored that Columbus is buried in the tomb here.

    General Archive of the Indies. For an exhaustive tour of Spanish history, see the documents and items inside this Andalusian museum. Look through the fabric samples, coat of arms, and handwritten letters between Christopher Columbus and his son.

    Tower of Gold. The Torre del Oro is a dodecagonal military watchtower built in 1220. It was designed to protect the city’s southern port.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Seville Vacation

    If it’s sun you’re seeking, book your vacation to Seville for the month of July to enjoy its 12 hours of daily sunshine. In the summer months, temperatures average 82 degrees Fahrenheit. January is the region’s coldest month, although lows are not at all extreme at 52 degree averages, and March is its rainiest. As is true for most of Spain, the best month to take a dip in the ocean is August when water temperatures are around 73 degrees.


Map of Seville, Spain

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