A brief introduction to the Seville things to do blogs
The city offers a vast variety of activities to make your visit unforgettable. If you’re into food (who isn’t?) you’ve got Tapas to keep you occupied all day, every day! Wine, Sangria, Football, Sevilla FC and Real Betis FC. and….. Okay, we’re not giving it all away. Read the ⬇️ below blogs to find out more!
Being highlighted as one of the best ‘Tapas city’ in Andalucia, the food in Seville really didn’t disappoint! This is always something that remains etched in our heads after visiting a country! It’s part of experiencing the culture when tasting new cuisines, ones that are not so popular back home.
Public transport is most commonly the cheapest method for getting around a city. Bus stops, metro and train stations in Seville are a very common sight. In addition to having an extensive network, prices are not expensive at all which makes it far easier for the budget traveller.
Throughout the years, Sevilla FC won several honours including one La Liga and five times the Copa del Rey. Undoubtedly, the peak of the club in Europe was between 2013 and 2016, in which they won the Europa League three times consecutively! Who does that?!
…Apart from the unbelievable atmosphere around the stadium, the quality of football played is just world-class. I mean, for just a forty-something ticket, I witnessed Sevilla FC going in front twice against FC Barcelona, and then being denied all points by a Lionel Messi’s hattrick.
Throughout this trip, we found Airbnb to be the best solution to book short stays in different locations. A good source for both the city centre, off the grid accommodation or if you’re more of a football fanatic than Charlon and want to stay exactly next to the Sevilla Fc stadium.
For first-timers on Airbnb, use the Charls’ Travels Airbnb link and get a €30 Airbnb discount off your first bookings!