School Trips to Seville
Stunning Seville, Andalusia’s capital city, is home to Europe’s largest historic quarter filled with Moorish buildings, churches, convents and monuments found within the winding medieval streets and hidden plazas. By day, the Royal Alcazar Palace, the world’s largest Gothic cathedral and famous bell-tower, La Giralda, are must-sees. By night, students can enjoy a Flamenco show or relax with a selection of tasty tapas. There's so much to do on a school trip to Seville.
In addition, Seville is a great base from which to explore the charming ancient Andalusian city of Córdoba, which could be included as a day trip in your itinerary, as it is only about an hour and a half away from central Seville by coach.
As the capital of Andalusia, Seville is a great alternative to other popular Spanish cities for school trips, such as Barcelona or Madrid. Thriving with Moorish architecture, flamboyant flamenco shows and colourful streets, Seville will certainly leave a lasting impression on your group.
- Birthplace of flamenco
- Spectacular city skyline
- Significant art collections & museums
Why choose Seville?
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Cross Curricular Itinerary
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Below are a sample of excursions Equity can organise for your school trip to Seville.
The beautiful Moorish architecture of the Real Alcazar Palace should not be missed. Allow plenty of time to explore this fascinating site.
Cathedral & La Giralda
The UNESCO Gothic cathedral and the famous bell tower, La Giralda, are a must see in Seville. This wonderful site was built on the site of a Moorish mosque in the 15th century. A devastating fire destroyed most of the original mosque except for the 104m Giralda minaret and the Patio de los Narnjos (Orange Court).
Torre del Oro
A remnant of the fortified walls that surrounded the city, the Torre del Oro (Gold Tower) is located alongside the Guadalquivir River and was built to control access to the city from the river.
Plaza de Espana & Maria Luisa Park
The Parque Maria Luisa is a beautiful green space south of the city centre, close to the river. The park is filled with exotic trees, fairy-tale buildings, Moorish fountains & pools, colourful tiled benches. The striking Renaissance/Neo-Moorish Plaza de Espana is situated in the park and was initially built for Expo 29 to promote the city and encourage tourism.
Sevilla FC Stadium
Discover the new era stadium of Sevilla FC which has been home to several historic football matches.
Museo des Bellas Artes
museum of fine arts hosts a collection of mainly Spanish arts from the medieval period through to the 20th century including the works of Murillo & Zurbaran. The interior picturesque courtyards rival the art for beauty.
Students will love the opportunity to learn the basics of the art of flamenco in the heart of Seville.
The Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza is one of the oldest and most renowned bullrings’ in the world. A visit to the Bull Fighting Museum helps to build an understanding of bull-fighting’s place in the culture of Andalucía. It traces the tradition’s history from the 18th century to present day.
This largest wooden structure in the world, the Metropol Parasol (sometimes referred to as Seville’s Mushrooms’ due to its shape) was built to renew the Plaza de la Encarnacion. It has 5 levels & houses an archaeological museum, Seville’s official ‘mushroom store’, as well as a market and dining areas. The top is home to the Mirador from which you can enjoy the best views of the city.
Isla Magica Theme Park
Take a break from the city and head north-west to Isla Magica in Isla de la Cartuja. The theme park was built on the 1992 Expo site and features a large lake and a wide variety or rides, roller coasters and shows.
Cool off at Sevilla’s Water Park, one of the largest parks in Spain. Situated around 15 minutes from downtown makes this a perfect addition to your itinerary.