If you do not have much time to visit Seville, here we are going to propose a perfect tour so that you do not miss the most important things to see in Seville in one day.
If you have more days to get to know Seville, much better. But we cannot always have this luck, so we must go to the important thing, if it is your first visit and you want to know the most important thing.
After taking this walk through Seville, you will surely want to return to get to know it more in depth.
What to see in Seville in 1 day
The best place to start our tour of Seville is the Puerta de Jerez. If you go by car you can park in the car park that is there and if not, then in this square you have a Metro and Tram stop, so if you arrive by public transport it is a good place to start the visit.
From there you can start walking, leaving aside the Palacio de San Telmo, seat of the Presidency of the Junta de Andalucía, and the Real Fábrica de Tabacos until you reach the Parque de María Luisa, where one of the best places to see is located. in Seville, the Plaza de España, which you should know.
An interesting activity to do in Seville is this guided visit to the Parque de María Luisa.
If you want, you can take a walk through the park and also get to know the Plaza de América and other corners and then retrace your steps and reach the Cathedral of Seville, the largest in the world, and climb La Giralda, another of the great symbols of Seville and from where you can have very nice views of the city.
When leaving to visit the Real Alcázar we can take a walk through one of the most typical neighborhoods of Seville, the Barrio de Santa Cruz, enjoying its streets and its atmosphere. In this neighborhood is the Hospital de los Venerables and beautiful churches.
The next destination, bordering the Cathedral again, is the Plaza Nueva, where the Seville Town Hall is located and where the most commercial streets of the city start, such as Calle Sierpes, the most famous.
Our walk continues towards the Guadalquivir River, to visit one of the most beautiful areas of Seville with the Triana neighborhood on one of its banks and the Maestranza Bullring and the Torre del Oro on the other bank, where there is also the Naval Museum. A very pleasant walk that will make you not be able to forget Seville.
If you want to take this tour but with a guide, the best thing is that you enjoy this guided tour of Seville that also includes skip-the-line entrance to the Cathedral and the Alcázar.