Seville City Guide

Seville City Guide

Utrip Seville City Guide

Seville Travel Tips

  • The Spanish tend to eat later than most other cultures. Lunch, the largest meal of the day is typically around 2-3 in the afternoon. Dinner is usually a smaller meal and is served as late as 10 PM.
  • Spain is famous for its tapas, the small, appetizer sized dishes served in bars and restaurants. Patrons can order many different tapas and combine them to make a full meal, or do as the locals do and snack on them between meals.
  • Spaniards are notorious for late nights. Many bars and clubs do not even open until midnight. Make sure to plan accordingly to get a true taste of Spain’s nightlife.

Top 5 Seville Attractions

Traditional Cuisine of Seville

  • Pinchos Morunos - Utrip Seville City GuidePuntillitas: crispy fried baby squid with a squeeze of lemon
  • Gazpacho: savory vegetable soup, served cold
  • Pincho moruno: skewers of spiced meat, with Moorish origins