Instagrammable Spots In Seville

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Seville

Seville is a city of infinite Spanish charm that once you discover for the first time will will you over for life.

It is the capital of Spain’s Andalusia region and home to brilliant cultural experiences, near perfect year round weather and some of the best restaurants, hotels and festivals you could ever wish for. And just like the other great Spanish cities of Madrid or Barcelona, there’s photogenic sights on every street.

We’ve picked out seven of the best places to get that cracking Instagram shot to remember your trip to Seville with.

Instagrammable Spots Seville
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1. Metropol Parasol

The largest wooden structure in the world, this stunning design by German architect Jürgen Mayer was completed in April 2011. It basically defines the image of Seville these days. A truly unique work of art.


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2. Royal Alcázar of Seville

The compound dates all the way back to 913 when the palace was built for Peter of Castile. The building is stunningly maintained and the perfect spot for an idyllic Seville Instagram shot.


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3. Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral sarted its life as a mosque before becoming a Roman catholic Cathedral. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is as breathtaking on the inside as it is the outside.


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4. Le XiX

Had a long day walking around in the sun and want to unwind with a delicious cocktail? Not only will they cool you down in the Spanish sun, they also are the perfect pretty drink for a photo.


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5. Torre del Oro

This tower is a pretty spot to stop for a little bit to gather your thoughts and grab a picture. It was built in the 13th century as a watchtower but was also used as a jail at various times.


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6. Parque de María Luisa

A lush park with lots of shaded areas and places to stretch out with a good book or the company of a good friend. The park runs along the river so there’s lots of scenic places to snap a Seville Instagram photo.


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7. Plaza de España

A beautiful place to linger and people watch under a bit of shade while taking in the sheer beauty of the buildings and the buzzy life which revolves around this area. This sums up Spain perfectly.
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