Best things to do alone in Seville


Travelling alone? This article is just perfect for you. First off all, we understand that deciding to travel by your own it is not an easy choice, right? It takes a lot of effort to make this decision, many things are involved and you may think “But what am I going to do there?" ‘Am I gonna feel alone?" You will have a lot of fun, and you won’t feel alone. 


After you decide you are going to travel alone, the next step is to think about where do you want to go, and if you are reading this article, you probably decided you want to visit Seville. 

The Spanish city is full of history, and once, was already the most important city of the country, in the 16th century.

Now, think about: You are alone in such an incredible city as Seville. What can go wrong? To make this trip even better, here are 5 places you can visit while enjoying this journey alone:   

1- Visit Seville Cathedral: 


Wake up early and go straight to the cathedral, its construction started in 1433 and finished being the 3th largest cathedral in the world and the largest one in Spain.

In 1987 UNESCO declared it as a world heritage, therefore, visiting the place is unmissable in the city.

You will see the Giralda Tower in the Cathedral and is also the place where Cristovão Colombo remains are.

2- Lunch at Plaza de España: 

Built in 1929, here is where you will see the most important buildings of the city, the whole square was projected by Anibal Gonzalez.

The square has many interesting/great restaurants, where you can have a delicious meal with your best company: yourself.

After eating, you can take a walk in the square and pay attention in very interesting fact about the banchs, there are 48 one them, and each one represents one of the 48 Spain’s province.

Since you are alone, you will pay more attention to the details!

3- Metropol Parasol:

 

This peculiar construction is a great place to check by yourself, because you will spend a lot of time thinking about how it has no relation with the rest of the city, it is because Seville has this historical architecture, and this constructions is everything but historical.

Visit the spot, you will spend only 5 euros and have the chance to take pictures in the biggest wood construction of the world.

5- Watch a Flamenco Show:  

You may think that this ain’t a good option to do alone, but that is not right! You are in Spain and won’t watch a Flamenco show just because you don’t have a date? Stop it now!

The Baraka Sala Flamenca is a great option, only 20 euros to watch the show (with a free drink).

You are alone, a flamenco night always end up with many new friendships and music! Enjoy this opportunity!

Are you excited to travel alone? Don’t be scared. It will be the best trip ever!