One of the most famous squares in Seville is the Metropol Parasol, better known as “Las Setas” located right in the heart of the city which offers some of the best views and atmospheres in the area. In the square you will find a market selling excellent local Sevillian cuisine and on the same street as Slow Suites Setas, you will find many shops and bars with the neighborhood being very relaxing during the day and on the other hand comes alive at sundown.



The Giralda shows part of the historical heritage of Seville, mixing the different eras and cultures that fell upon the city over time. It forms part of the Cathedral of Santa Maria and measures around 100 metres in height, beating some of the most famous buildings such as the leaning tower of Pisa and Big Ben. Here you can enjoy a wide range of shops and an amazing panoramic view of the city.


It is a magnificent architectural ensemble situated in the María Luisa Park is considered one of the main tourist attractions of Seville. Not only for its architectural beauty but also for its vegetation that grows around it, with the Guadalquivir River by its side, you can enjoy the beautiful ecosystem of this city.


The Alcázar of Seville is known worldwide by art and architecture lovers and is one of the most visited and historical attractions in the city showing the evolution that Sevilla has gone through. The most curious fact is that is it the 6th most visited monument is Spain thanks to its magnificent gardens that surround it. It is without a doubt a must see.


Considered the biggest gothic temple of the world and was declared World Heritage, it is also surrounded by a great number of restaurants and terraces, to sit down, relax and enjoy the fantastic views that this amazing piece of architecture has to offer. It is one of the central meeting points for the Sevillians, a result of the life that it transmits.