Seville is a great city to visit all year round due to its enviable climate, history, sightseeing and bars. Include a visit to the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan, home of the most successful club in Andalucia, and this is an ideal destination for football and culture.
Where to stay
There are a number of possibilities, close to the Cathedral is the centre point and normally most expensive but you may find better value in Triana or closer to Alameda de Hércules, both of which are lively areas providing a good base to explore the city.
Match tickets - https://www.sevillafc.es/en/tickets
Stadium tour - https://sevillafc.es/en/tour-sevillafc
How to get to the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium
Sevilla are based in residential area of Nervión, around 2 miles from the historic centre so a direct walk should about half an hour.
Metro Line 1 has a stop at Nervión and around 5 minutes from Puerta de Jerez, just south of the city centre.
From the North of the city centre Bus C1 runs from Torneo to Luis de Morales which is just a few minutes walk to the stadium.
Seville's main train station, Santa Justa, is a 15 minute walk from the stadium.
Where to go before a Sevilla match
Nervion gets very lively before the match and has a number of good options such as Cervecería Europa Internacional and Meson El Pasiego.
In the city centre El Rinconcillo, which is the oldest bar in Seville founded in 1670, is well worth the visit.
Not to miss while you're in Seville
Seville Cathedral - The largest Gothic Cathedral in the world was completed in the early 16th Century.
Giralda Bell Tower - Part of the Cathedral, take a walk up the tower for great views of the city.
The Alcázar - Beautiful Royal Palace which took an estimated 500 years to complete.
Metropol Parasol (mushroom walk) - Wooden structure rising above ground to provide a walkway with panoramic views of the city.
Bullring - This may not be to everyone's taste but the one hour tour gives an interesting insight into the history and culture of bullfighting in Seville.