What to do in Seville with Childrens

What to do in Seville with Childrens

Visiting Seville with children

Bathed by the Guadalquivir, in the streets of Seville the footprint of great writers and artists, and a historical past of infinite weight, are mixed with the vibrant flamenco saltshaker with its epicenter in Triana, which is felt in every corner combined with a lot of possibilities to enjoy Seville with children at our own pace.

 

The capital of Seville is an ideal city to enjoy all year round, full of picturesque traditions, such as the incomparable Holy Week, a non-stop tapas and, in general, first-rate gastronomy. Its neighborhoods full of magic, its friendly and charming corners, the detail of its tiles, in incomparable colors, will catch you from the first moment. And I assure you that you will not want to resist …

When it comes to traveling with children, Seville has splendid conditions to make it a very interesting city for traveling families and here we offer you a wide variety of offers that you can take when you visit Seville.

 

What to do in Seville with children

 

1.Guided tour of the monumental Seville

One of the best ways to make a first approach to any major metropolis is through a guided tour. Being of first order visit monuments such as the Old Tobacco Factory in Seville, the Palace of San Telmo, Torre del Oro, Puente de Isabel II, Alcázar, Cathedral and Plaza de España. You can book your Monumental Free Tour guided tour with us right here.

 

Visiting Seville with children

2. Alcazar of Seville

One of the most visited monuments in the world is also one of the best to see in Seville with children. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, it is the residence of the Royal Family when they visit the capital of Andalusia, making it the oldest imperial palace in use in Europe.

 

What to do in Seville with children

 

3. House of Science

The House of Science in Seville is a space for scientific dissemination, educational and cultural leisure.

Located in the old Peru Pavilion at Expo’92, very close to María Luisa Park, it has an impressive Planetarium, workshops for all audiences, diverse demonstrations and guided tours that make science enjoyable and fun.

The House of Science has a wide range of possibilities, first visiting the Planetarium, which is the most important space in the museum, to workshops, exhibitions and thematic visits.

Free entry will be for teachers, professors, accompanied minors under 5, unemployed, tourist guides, professors, journalists and CSIC staff.

 

4. Aquarium of Seville

One of the activities for children in Seville that never fails is the aquarium. Open 365 days a year, it offers the possibility of a family pack for two adults and two children under 14 years of age for a more than interesting price. Contextualized in the historical framework of the trip that Magallanes made around the world, and taking as a starting point the port of the capital of Seville, it exhibits along its journey a wide variety of species and ecosystems that represent the biodiversity of rivers, seas, jungles and oceans of the planet.

 

What to do in Seville with children

 

5. Trip to Italica Roman City

This Roman villa located in the Lower Guadalquivir, halfway between the capital of Seville and Alcalá del Río, in the municipality of Santiponce, was founded in 306 BC. Among its impressive archaeological complex, different houses of rich local families, amphitheater, stand out. The temple of Trajano and the Major or Reina Mora baths.

6. Isla Mágica

Isla Mágica is one of the largest theme parks in southern Europe. It is set in the discovery of America and was inaugurated in 1997 in some of the old facilities of the 1992 Universal Exhibition.

Visiting Isla Mágica is one of the most fun things to do in Seville with children.

 

7. NATURAL RESERVE OF THE CASTILLO DE LAS GUARDAS

Another thing to do in Seville with children is to visit the Castillo de las Guardas Natural Reserve, one of the largest and most spectacular Animal Parks in Europe where more than 1000 animals of more than 100 different species coexist in conditions similar to those of of their natural habitat.

The reserve is located 58 km from Seville among the remains of an old copper mine and surrounded by a privileged natural environment.

The visit to the Castle Reserve of Las Guardas can be done in your own vehicle or on a train. The route consists of 10 kms where you will contemplate a great variety of animals in semi-freedom.

 

Visiting Seville with children

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