Here is a sample itinerary for seeing the best Seville has to offer with your kids. Though Seville didn’t have many playgrounds outside of Maria Luisa Park, the places we explored had plenty of space for our child to roam around. With younger kids, slow down, stay longer, and take naps between activities. If you have just teens or adults, speed up!
The “must-do” activities are in the first two days while subsequent days delve deeper into local life in the city. Focus on enjoying each place instead of getting it all in. The awesome thing about people who travel with kids is that it usually means you are a lifelong adventurer. Travel like you’ll return because you probably will!
Day 3: Day Trip to Ronda.
Day 4: Bullfight Museum, Las Setas / Basilica de la Macarena, Flamenco Show or Museum.