Flights to Seville: Flights from UK to Spain
Flights to Seville from which airports in the UK?
Flights to Andalusia's most characteristic city from the UK are both plentiful and relatively affordable.
Daily flights leave the capital for Seville from Heathrow and Stansted airports, with this competition on the route helping to keep airline ticket prices down, particularly for those travellers able to go online and benefit from e-ticket fares.
In addition, flights to Seville are also available from Bristol and Liverpool, spelling good news for those people living in the west and north-west of England with a taste for flamenco and the Spanish sun.
Airlines flying from the UK to Seville
While its rich history and long, hot summers have ensured that Seville has been a major tourist destination for decades, the boom in British visitors has largely coincided with the low-cost flights revolution of the past decade.
Leading budget carrier Ryanair flies from Bristol, Liverpool and Stansted airports.
Meanwhile, Spanish budget carrier Clickair operates regular services between Seville and London Heathrow.
Where is Seville in Spain?
Seville is located in the south of Spain and is the capital, as well as the cultural heart of the region of Andalusia.
While it is home to many of Spain's most famous traditions, its proximity to the coast facing Africa means that, like neighbouring Granada, the city's Arabic influences are all too obvious.
Things to see and do in Seville
Though it may be the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the whole of Spain, Seville's compact historic center makes it perfect for a short break, with all of its highlights within walking distance of most of the best hotels.
Simply walking through the shaded streets of the old town is a highlight for many, though most people make a point of visiting the Torre del Oro overlooking the river, the Moorish Alcazar, as well as the stunning Gothic cathedral next door.
Aside from its many monuments and fascinating buildings, Seville is well known for its culture, with bull fighting and flamenco still playing a major role in the city's life, while at night the barrios come alive as locals hop from bar to bar enjoying the famous tapas.
Demand for hotels reaches a peak around Easter, with the April fair and Holy Week regularly cited as the best Spanish festivals.