Visit Seville in March
Are you one of the lucky ones who come to Seville in March? Well, enjoy your stay in Seville during one of the best months of the year to get to know it. The city in this month seems to be open to street activities. The climate is mild, although it may rain something and the streets begin to be impregnated with the smell of orange blossom. If we add to that the frenetic activity that entails in Seville the preparations and the previous ones of the Holy Week, we assure you that this is one of the best months to know Seville in its purest state. It is an ideal month to walk and feel integrated with the Sevillians.
All this while you know the city and visit its essential monuments, such as the Cathedral, the Alcazar or the Plaza de España.
But if you come to Seville in the month of March you should not miss, in addition to the usual monuments and routes, these essentials of the city.
Dare to do other activities outside the usual route in Seville and from Hotel Murillo we recommend you:
- Visit Van Gogh Alive
- It is the most visited multimedia experience in the world and during your stay in Seville you will only exhibit in Seville. The experience transports visitors to another time and place, submerging them in the world of the artist. If you want all the information, we leave you the link and buy tickets: Van Gogh Alive
- Palace Houses Seville Walking Route
We propose you to know the splendor of the city through 4 of the best known and preserved palaces of Seville. Enter the Sevillian Renaissance thanks to the visit of its rooms and gardens. If you want to know more, we leave you the link: Sevilla: Nova Roma
- Guided visits to San Luis de los Franceses.
And of the Sevillian Renaissance, with its palaces houses, we invite you to know the purest artifice and greatest expression of the baroque in Seville. The Church of San Luis de Los Franceses. Since its founding in 1731 and after the definitive expulsion of the Jesuits in 1835, it has been a seminary, a Franciscan convent, a venerable hospital, a factory in the 19th century, a hospice and at the beginning of the 20th century, already desacralized, a stage for performances like Don Juan Tenorio. If you are interested there are several tourism companies with which you can take the guided tour. More info here.
- Feeling like a Sevillian during Holy Week
This route has enchanted us and that is why we do not want any of you staying at our hotel to miss it. It is the possibility of making a route with an expert brother and in a small group to know the ins and outs and legends of Holy Week. It is from the company Meet My City and we found it very interesting if you come at Easter.