Where are the Tourist Offices in Seville, Spain?

Bullring in Seville, Spain - copyright greenacre8, Creative Commons

Seville is probably one of the most artistically and creatively-oriented cities in Spain. Home of the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville, the Flamenco Arts Museum, incredible gardens, Feria de Seville (the city’s most famous festival) and, of course, the University of Seville – if you love the creative side of life, you’ll adore Seville. (Well, you’ll adore Seville even if you don’t).

With such a large city though (almost three quarters of a million people live in Seville), it’s difficult to see everything you want to on just one visit.

That’s why a good idea is to either contact one of Seville’s tourist offices before you arrive, or get to one on the first day of your trip.



At any of Seville’s tourist offices, employees can give you some wonderful suggestions of places to go, depending on your likes and dislikes. They’ll recommend a wide range of Seville restaurants and cafes, clubs and bars, museums and churches.They’ll give you brochures and books with information about the city’s most popular places and maps, if you’re going to be walking or driving a lot.

There are a number of tourist offices in Seville, so there should be one close to where you are staying.

 

Edificio Laredo
Plaza de San Francisco, 19. Edificio Laredo
41004 Sevilla
Tel: +34 954 59 52 88.
E-mail: [email protected]
Punto de Información Turística Macarena – Consorcio de Turismo de Sevilla
Basílica de la Macarena, c/ Bécquer, 1
41002 Sevilla
Tel: +34 954.901.896
E-mail: [email protected]
Centro temático Costurero de la Reina
Paseo de las Delicias, 9
41013 Sevilla
Tel: 954 23 4465
E-mail: [email protected]

Turismo de la Provincia. (Excellent information about the province)

Plaza del Triunfo, 1-3
41004 Sevilla
Tel: +34 954 21 00 05. Fax: +34 954 21 08 58
E-mail: [email protected]

Aeropuerto de San Pablo
Autopista San Pablo s/n. Terminal de llegadas
41007 Sevilla
Tel: +34 954 78 20 35 / 954 78 20 36.
E-mail: [email protected]
For more information too, check out the Tourism Consortium of the City Council of Seville’s website.

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