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  • Writer's pictureMaría Molina

Valentine's Day in Seville

A couple of days before Valentine's Day, we give you ideas to enjoy February 14 in Seville with that special person.

The most romantic spots in Seville

Seville is considered one of the most romantic European cities, along with Paris and Rome, and we are not surprised: the light of the city, its streets, its colours... But what are these romantic places?

A stroll through the Maria Luisa Park with a visit to the Glorieta de Bécquer, which has a very romantic meaning. The Plaza de Santa Marta, an almost unknown square, where the story of Don Juan Tenorio and Doña Inés is told. Getting lost in the Barrio de Santa Cruz. Watch the sunset on the Paseo Marqués del Contadero.

The best terraces in Seville

What better plan than enjoying a date with great views of the city of Seville from terraces while you have a drink? Here are the ones that, for us, are the best.

The terrace of the EME hotel next to the cathedral on calle Alemanes, 27. The terrace of the Eurostars Sevilla Boutique hotel on calle Abades, 41-43. Pura Vida, which also has open-air concerts, on Calle Segovias, 6. The terrace of the Vincci La Rábida hotel on Calle Castelar, 24, or the terrace of the Ribera Triana hotel..

Tapas in the markets

The good weather and the sun are starting to shine, and what better way to enjoy it than with a beer and a good tapa? Seville has a large number of markets where you can lose yourself and have a drink.

The Lonja de Feria Market, with a great culinary variety in the surrounding area. La Terraza Lonja del Barranco, the perfect place to have a drink while looking at the Guadalquivir river. The Triana Market, one of the best known, and it is also interesting to walk through the market and see the decoration with tiles of each stall, a marvel!

A moment to rest

February 14th is a day to enjoy and relax with your partner, and Seville has the way: SPAS! With Roman thermal baths or Turkish baths, which have thermal pools and hydromassage pools.

We start with AIRE Ancient Baths, very close to the cathedral, where you can visit different areas. SPA Las Termas de Hispalis, where you will leave refreshed after this experience. And H2O Spa Balnearios at the Hotel Meliá Sevilla, with several massage rooms, swimming pools and Turkish baths.

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