There’s never a bad time to visit Seville, the capital of Andalusia and one of Spain’s most beautiful cities, but springtime, when the scent of orange blossom hangs heavy on the air, might just be the best time.
Seville’s Holy Week (Semana Santa) processions are a wonderful mix of devotion and drama. It seems like most of the city take to the streets to watch the procession of hooded penitents and elaborate floats file solemnly from their church to the Cathedral of Seville and back again.
A couple of weeks later, Seville takes to the streets again, for the April Fair (La Feria de Abril). The Sevillanos’ famous zest for life is evident here – with flamenco, funfairs, bullfighting and eating (tapas was invented here, after all) and drinking.
Seville’s other sights include the Giralda, a Moorish minaret, and now bell tower, dating from the 12th century; the Alcázar, home to Catholic kings for 400 years; and the cathedral, the largest gothic cathedral in the world.
Given its popularity, it’s worth searching for cheap flights to Seville as early as possible. Another option is to look for cheap flights to Malaga and take a train or bus from there.
Hot in the summer, Seville is 21 degrees (Celsius) or warmer for more than half the year. July and August temperatures are near 37 (C) and there is little rain. By contrast, winter has plenty of rain and cooler temperatures. January is the coldest month when temperatures can be in the low single digits. Autumn and winter are the wettest months with heavy showers and thunderstorms. Spring is moderate and warm.
Stretch your legs after your cheap flight to Seville by setting out to explore the city on foot. Seville is a walkable city, but it also has a very dependable network of buses and trains. The metro system started running in 2007. If you’re going to use the bus and metro often, buy a bonobús pass, available at newsstands and tobacco shops, to save money.
Peak Season: Most visitors step off their flights to Seville between April and November. National Day is October 12 when the Spanish are also on holiday. If you are coming for a fiesta, make your reservations in advance. Off Season: If you do not mind wet and chilly weather, winter is less crowded in Seville, fares tends to be lower, and there is still plenty to do. Late autumn can be warm and mild, even into November.
SVQ stands for Sevilla Airport. Codes like this one are often called IATA codes, a set of identifiers established by IATA (International Air Transport Association) that is widely used by airlines and the aviation industry.
If you book a flight to Seville, you will be flying into Sevilla, which is the city’s only airport. Sevilla (SVQ) is located 8.9 km from the center of Seville.
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