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Seville's Cultural Delights in 3 Days Itinerary

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day 1

Royal Heritage and Flamenco Charms

Seville Itinerary - February 22

Morning. Begin your royal journey with a visit to the majestic Royal Alcázar of Seville (Real Alcázar de Sevilla), a UNESCO World Heritage site. Immerse yourself in the stunning architecture and lush gardens. Afterward, take a short walk to La Brunilda for a delightful breakfast.
Afternoon. After a leisurely meal, head to the iconic Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Santa María de la Sede), the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Climb the The Giralda (El Giraldillo) for panoramic views of the city. For lunch, savor traditional tapas at Taberna Coloniales.
Evening. Experience the passion of flamenco at Los Gallos Tablao Flamenco, one of the most renowned venues in Seville. Before the show, enjoy a dinner at La Azotea, known for its innovative Andalusian cuisine.
day 2

Historic Wonders and Riverside Delights

Seville Itinerary - February 23

Morning. Explore the historic Historic Center of Seville (Centro Historico de Sevilla), wandering through its charming streets. Then, visit the ancient Torre del Oro (Golden Tower) and learn about its maritime history. Enjoy a breakfast at El Rinconcillo, the oldest bar in Seville.
Afternoon. Cross the stunning Triana Bridge (Puente de Isabel II) to the vibrant neighborhood of Triana. Discover its ceramic tradition and visit the Triana market. For lunch, indulge in the local flavors at Bodeguita Romero.
Evening. Take a relaxing stroll in the beautiful Maria Luisa Park, and then admire the grandeur of the Plaza de España as the sun sets. For dinner, enjoy the riverside ambiance at La Bartola, offering a mix of modern and traditional dishes.
day 3

Day of Museums and Hidden Gems

Seville Itinerary - February 24

Morning. Start with a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville (Museo de Bellas Artes), home to a rich collection of Spanish art. Afterward, enjoy a breakfast at Casa Robles, known for its classic Spanish dishes.
Afternoon. Explore the lesser-known spots such as the Pilate's House (La Casa de Pilatos) and the Seville Church of Santa Ana (Iglesia de Santa Ana). For lunch, head to Eslava, a popular choice for its modern take on traditional tapas.
Evening. Conclude your Seville journey with a visit to Aire Ancient Baths Sevilla, where you can relax in the historic thermal baths. Then, have a farewell dinner at Casa Morales, a historic tavern with a cozy atmosphere and excellent wine selection.
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