What to Do in Seville in 3 Days

02 April 2024

what to do in Seville

A Vegan Journey through the Andalusian Capital

Welcome to the captivating city of Seville, where charm, history, and vegan delights come together to offer you a unique experience! If you’re planning a 3-day stay in this Spanish gem, allow us to be your guide with a detailed itinerary that will make every moment unforgettable.

Day 1: Old Town Seville

Start your adventure in the historic heart of Seville, the Old Town. Wake up to a vegan breakfast in cosy cafés offering options without animal products, such as avocado toast or nutritious smoothie bowls. We recommend trying vegan delights at places like ‘Naturalmente‘ and ‘BioMio,’ located around the majestic Seville Cathedral. However, if you want a 100% Sevillian experience, we suggest tasting the traditional Andalusian breakfast: toast with tomato and extra virgin olive oil with a freshly squeezed local orange juice.

After breakfast, head to the Cathedral and delve into the city’s history as you explore its impressive architecture and enjoy panoramic views from the Giralda. Don’t worry about the ascent; it’s done through 35 ramps, making it an easier climb.

In the afternoon, have lunch in one of the vegan restaurants in Seville. Once your batteries are full again, take a leisurely stroll through the Barrio de Santa Cruz, also known as the Jewish Quarter, famous for its narrow cobblestone streets and charming inner courtyards. Be sure to visit the Casa de Pilatos, a historic mansion with stunning gardens.

Day 2: Nature and Culture in Seville

Start your second day with a nutritious vegan breakfast and head to Maria Luisa Park. Enjoy a walk among centuries-old trees, ponds, and historic monuments. The Plaza de España, an architectural masterpiece built-in 1929, is a must-see. Surrounded by canals and bridges, it has been the backdrop for famous film productions.

For lunch, explore vegan options at the Triana Market and discover the history and culture of this riverside area. If you want to delve deeper into Andalusian gastronomy, our Traditional Tapas & Market Tour will take you through the narrow streets of the Triana district while savouring delicious vegan tapas.

In the afternoon, visit the Real Alcázar, a neo-Mudejar palace with lush gardens. This palace, the oldest active royal residence in Europe, will immerse you in history through its intricate rooms and courtyards.

Day 3: Tapas and Flamenco

On your last day, start with an energizing breakfast in Ringo Banana and head to the Metropol Parasol, also known as “Las Setas,” an innovative architectural project offering panoramic views of the city and housing a market and archaeological museum.

In the afternoon, immerse yourself in Sevillian culture with a flamenco show. Consult our Vegan Guide to Seville to discover the best places offering authentic flamenco experiences and vegan dinner options.

End your trip with a night tour to taste the best vegan tapas accompanied by Spanish wines on our Premium Tapas & Wine Tour.

We hope these suggestions help you make the most of your time in this city rich in history, culture, and vegan gastronomic delights. If you want a more personalized experience, feel free to take advantage of our travel advisory service! We are here to ensure your stay in Seville is unforgettable. Enjoy your journey!

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