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Are you visiting Seville? First of all, congratulations! You are going to enjoy one of the most beautiful cities in the world.  To make sure everything will go right, we will leave you some technical information about the city of Seville, some basics that can help you during your stay!

With a wide tourist offer, Seville is the third most visited capital after Madrid and Barcelona. A city full of places to discover and to learn the history of this Spanish city. 


Seville has a large urban transport network that will allow you move around the city in a fast and easy way. Pancho recommends you: 


There are several bus lines that go to the center. In addition, you have the so-called “Tourists Cards” with a duration of 1 or 3 days. If you think about using the bus often, this card will be your best ally. Only for 5€ (1 day duration) or 10€ (3 days duration) you can take as many buses you need without limits. 

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Currently, Seville has the Line 1 of the subway that will help you move between ¨City Expo” and “Olivar de Quintos”. There are 6 subway stops near the historic center like “Plaza of Cuba” or “Puerta Jerez”. A subway ride costs 0,82 cents. 

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In Seville, apart from the bus and the subway, many people use the streetcar. A streetcar that you can move in between Gran Plaza (next to the city hall) and San Bernarndo (next to the train station) with stops in Prado of San Sebastian, Puerta Jerez, or the Archivo of Indias. 

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Seville has an infinity of places to visit and meet full of history, we give you a TOP TEN:

  • The Real Alcazar of Seville, the oldest palace in use of Europe.
  • Cathedral of Seville, the world's biggest gothic cathedral.
  • Archivo of Indias, declared World Heritage next to the Alcazar and Cathedral.
  • Neighborhood of Santa Cruz, which used to have the second largest Jewish community in Spain.
  • Plaza de España, built for the Ibero-American exhibition of 1929.
  • Real Maestranza of Caballeria, first bull square with a circular form. 
  • Museum of Fine Arts, with one of the most important art galleries of Spain. 
  • Casa Pilatos, declared National Monument in 1931.
  • Hospital of the Charity, with artworks of Murillo, Valdés Leal or Pedro Roldan, among others.
  • Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, with 580 m² of roman mosaics on the floor and walls.


  • Seville offers an infinity of places where you can go get tapas and enjoy the gastronomy that the city offers. Here are some recommendations: 
  • Yard of San Eloy, with 10 different locals to try a great diversity of “montaditos”.
  • Bar “Las Columnas”, enjoy the most famous montaditos of “pringá” of Seville.
  • Pimentón, 3 minutes away from the Giralda of Seville, don´t forget to try the “carrilla ibérica”. 
  • The Aguador, next to the city hall. If you're looking for more elaborated tapas, this is your place. 
  • In “La Esquina Te Espero”, despite its self-service, their “Mantecaito” is a delight.
  • Los Coloniales, fast and good price/quality ratio in their two locals. 


Like we said, Seville is a city that offers lots and original possibilities. How about a “Ride on the boat in the Guadalquivir River”? Nothing better to relax and get to know Seville from another point of view. 

If you can’t decide between visiting the Cathedral & Giralda or the Royal Alcazar, don’t worry. You can choose the combo with Panchotours and make it an unforgettable morning. 

And if what you are looking for is music and fun, a Pub Crawl is the best option. Get to know the nightlife in Seville and enjoy the atmosphere of the different pubs and discotheques of the Spanish capital. 


At this point, you have a little bit of information to help you plan your stay in Seville. Where to eat, what to do, what to visit... A little bit of everything! But, what else should you know about your destination? We will leave you some tips! 

Seville reaches high temperatures in spring season, which already makes it feel like summer. This means that if you visit the city during that time, it’s good to take summer clothes with you. Avoid going out at the point that the temperature is on its highest. 

The city is full of corners to discover, that's why we recommend you to do your visits with a guide. A lot of times it will also help you skip the long queues, and maybe the most important thing: you will learn a lot about the stories, history and anecdotes of Seville. Who knew a vacation could make you richer?

If you visit us during high season (from spring to the end of summer) the city will be full of tourists. Take advantage of the first hours of the day to avoid large queues at the different monuments. You will use your time way better! 

There are different points for tourist information. If you have any doubts, ask! They will be more than happy to help you make your visit as perfect as possible. 


It is possible with Pancho! Thanks to our Day Trips, during your vacation you can also visit other cities, like Cadiz, Granada or Malaga among others. With departures from Seville and pick-ups at the hotel, it’s a good opportunity to make your holiday an unforgettable getaway. 

You don't have to worry about anything. Only make the reservation and enjoy. Pancho will take care of the rest!



  • Attention number of the city hall: 010
  • Health emergencies: 061
  • Telephone of emergencies: 112
  • Health emergencies: 902505061


  • Airport of San Pablo: 902 404 704
  • Bus Station Plaza de Armas: 954 907 737
  • Bus Station Prado of San Sebastian: 954 417 111
  • EuroTaxis of Seville: 954 476 060
  • Subway of Seville: 954 540 785
  • Streetcar of Seville: 010 
  • RadioTaxi of Seville: 954 580 000
  • RENFE - Trains (information and reserves): 902 320 320
  • Sevici: 902 011 032
  • Tussam Urban Bus: 010


  • Firefighters: 080
  • National Police Station (Center Seville): 954289557
  • Guardia Civil: 062
  • Local Police: 092
  • National Police: 091

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