Our Favorite Things To Do In Seville In March 2019

This blog post was originally posted on February 24, 2016 and was updated on February 4, 2020.

After a long winter, Seville truly begins to come alive in the spring as temperatures rise and the scent of orange blossom wafts through the streets.

All things considered, March is one of the best times of year to visit Seville. As winter slowly fades away, you’ll beat the infamous summer heat and the majority of the tourist crowds that start pouring into the city later in the spring. Temperatures lingering between 15–20 degrees and clear, sunny skies call for long, leisurely meals on terraces and enjoying some seriously incredible views of the Andalusian capital from up above. And that’s not to mention the whole host of cultural events and activities awaiting you this month, either. If that sounds good, be sure to keep these great things to do in Seville in March in mind to make this trip the best ever.

With beautiful places and photography opportunities aplenty, spring is the best time of year to visit Sevilla, Spain. This guide will show you just a few of our favorite things to do in Seville in March, from roaming the streets of Santa Cruz to exploring the architecture of one of the Ancient Romans' best-preserved cities. #bucketlist #destinations

Experience the music of the Cádiz carnival

And no, you don’t have to go all the way to Cádiz in order to do so! Every year, spectators throughout Andalusia eagerly tune in to watch the music groups competition in the weeks leading up to the Cádiz carnival. These amusing performances come in a variety of styles and offer a fascinating look at the cultural side of Andalusia’s most famous carnival.

If you’re looking for things to do in Seville in March, don’t camp out in front of your hotel TV watching the competition. Instead, catch seven of the best groups participating in the contest when they perform at the FIBES Auditorium right here in Seville. Known as El Falla de Sevilla, the event promises a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the cultural heart and soul of Carnival, and as a bonus, it’s perfect for the whole family.

2020 dates: March 6–8

Experience some of the best musical acts at the Cádiz carnival—without leaving Seville! The concert series is one of our top things to do in Seville in March.
The fun and colorful musical performances are an integral part of the Cádiz carnival celebrations, and this year you can experience them right here in Seville, too! Photo credit: Africa Mayi Reyes

Journey back to ancient Rome

Just nine kilometers north of Seville lies one of the region’s most undeniably precious cultural gems. The ancient Roman settlement of Italica serves as a stunningly well-preserved example of Roman architecture and allows us to easily imagine what life must have been like in this key Iberian city thousands of years ago.

Every Sunday afternoon throughout the month of March, you’ll be able to take your visit one step further by experiencing a fun, fascinating dramatized guided visit of Italica. Led by actors in authentic period clothing, you’ll feel as if you’ve left the 21st century behind as you make your way through the small city learning all about its inhabitants and their way of life. This dynamic experience is definitely one of the most unique things to do in Seville in March—after all, it’s not every day that you get to travel back in time!

Spots are limited for this experience, so be sure to book your tickets online in advance.

Taking a day trip to Italica is one of our favorite things to do in March—especially when it comes with a unique dramatized visit!
A peaceful Roman courtyard that has withstood the test of time at Italica. Photo credit: Phillip Capper

Lose yourself in the Jewish Quarter

Seville’s iconic Jewish Quarter, also known as Santa Cruz, teems with fascinating history around every picturesque turn. No matter what time of year you visit, it’s always worth taking an hour (or several) to wander along the narrow, winding cobblestone streets and see where they take you.

In springtime, though, the neighborhood takes on an even more special air. The sights and scents of the lovely orange trees lining the streets in March elevate this charming barrio to full-on fairytale status. Hidden plazas like the ornately decorated Plaza de Doña María will take your breath away with their vibrant colors and idyllic serenity. Take a moment to marvel at the gorgeous scenery and you’ll find that one of the best things to do in Seville in March is also one of the simplest.

One of our favorite things to do in Seville in March is to simply get lost in the gorgeous old Jewish quarter, also known as the Santa Cruz neighborhood.
Santa Cruz may be one of Seville’s most popular neighborhoods, but we love getting off the beaten path and discovering its hidden corners.

1 Comment

  1. sohbet says
    February 28, 2016 at 9:55 am

    It looks very delicious.

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