Seville is the largest city in Seville Spain. It is located in Guadalquivir river. The people in the city are collectively referred to as sevillanos. Seville has a population of around 703,000 people as at the last census of 2011. It is the oldest town in the European Union. The city of Seville is the 30th most populous city in Spain. It is located 80 kilometers from the Atlantic Ocean. It is also the hottest city in Spain with temperatures getting as high as 35 degrees.
Seville Travel FAQs
Q. What are the main tourist attractions in Seville?
A. Seville has quite a number of tourist attractions such as Alcazar of Seville which is a royal palace, Giralda which is the bell tower of the Seville Cathedral, Seville Cathedral, Plaza de Espana, Torre del Oro which is the outer defensive tower built around 1220, Maria Luisa Park, Metropol Parasol, Museum of Fine arts of seville, Puente de Isabel II, Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, Acuario de Sevilla, Costurero de la Reina and Casa de Murillo.
Q. How do you save on ticket costs?
A. Lufthansa, KLM, Brussels Airlines, Egyptair, Iberia, TAP Portugal, EasyJet, Ryanair and British Airways are the major airlines that travel to Seville. In order to save on the ticket costs ensure you book the ticket early enough. Saving on one's travel expenses enables the traveler to be able to spend more on other activities in Seville.
Q. What is the best season to travel to Seville?
A. There are a number of months that one can book a ticket and visit Seville. One of the months is November. This is because the flight ticket is cheaper and weather is favourable. The other months are April, May, September and October. September and October have a better weather than the months of June to August which is summer time.