Acknowledgements

Jose Montero is responsible for designing this guide, and Manuel Agüera took the accompanying photos. Both are locals from Seville and have a few of their own recommendations on their favorite spots in Seville.

Manuel Agüera, Fotógrafo

Río Guadalquivir

For me, walking along or floating down this river which embraces the city is extremely relaxing.

Parque De Maria Luisa

It amazes me that a monument of this scale could be built in 1911. Its location in the heart of the city is perfect.

Antigua Abacería De San Lorenzo

C/ Teodosio, 53

This old grocery store features the best products and showcases Andalusian traditions. It is very welcoming, and you feel at home thanks to how well its staff treats you.

Jose Motero, Diseñador

Hospital De Los Venerables

Plaza de los Venerables, 8

This spectacular Baroque hospital dating from the 17th century is now the headquarters of the Velázquez Research Center and houses a permanent collection of work by both Murillo and Velázquez.

Mercado De Abastos De La Calle Feria

This is the city’s oldest market and the perfect place to lose yourself amidst all the hubbub and colors of its stalls. You can then have a refreshing beer at any of the nearby bars.

Dmercao 

C/ Conde de Barajas, 25

Among all the wide offering of options in Seville, this is definitely one of my favorite restaurants. It features Mediterranean cuisine with fresh in-season products and the chef’s unique signature touches.

The photos included in the “Where to eat” section were taken at Restaurante de la O. The photos in the “Grazing in Seville” section were taken at Salvaje. The recommendations included in this guide are provided by the different Facebook communities. In no way are they recommendations from Facebook itself.