Places to visit in Seville in a weekend
Seville is the capital of Andalusia. It has fantastic architectural structures of relevance, most of these contain stories that are important for the exaltation and identity of this city, so everyone who wishes to visit it should take their history as part of their memory in this capital.
The streets of Osuna have a very stately character, so just defining it under these characteristics gives us an omen of a very particular trip. It has houses similar to palaces, monuments and squares. San Pedro street is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe.
El Pedroso, Constatina or La Cazalla de la Sierra are one of the many landmarks that you must go to when you find yourself in the Sierra Norte de Sevilla. This mountain range is one of the most biodiverse in all of Andalusia, making it a perfect destination for long walks or simply doing outdoor activities.
Carmona is perhaps one of the oldest cities in all of Europe since it dates back at least 5,000 years. The Alcázar de la Puerta de Sevilla is an entrance to the walled city and one of the great references of Roman doors throughout the country.
Écija has earned the title among its inhabitants as “the pan of Seville. Its churches have the typical structure of the 15th century. Without leaving aside the different palaces that this city houses, such as the Palacio de Santaella, the Palacio de Benamejí, among others.
The Isla Mayor Located just 45 minutes from the capital Seville, it is one of the most charming there is and has existed at least since the 20th century.