Places to visit in Andalusia

Places to visit in Andalusia

The Andalusian Autonomous Region in the south of Spain has been a lively place throughout its history due to its location. You can spend a fun-filled summer holiday in which the majority of the cities were built by the Phoenicians and Romans, the Arabs developed both economically and culturally during their 800 years of domination, and the last form was the Spaniards.

If you are looking for calmness, you can create a list of Andalusian attractions with a focus on historical sites and museums. You can even enjoy a holiday filled with nature activities, including protected areas and mountainous areas.

In order to guide you, you have to spend 2-3 days for each of the top 5 cities in the list.

You can plan day trips to Huelva, Jaen and Almeria. Of course, if your holiday time is not wide, you can just complete the tour of Andalusia by visiting the most important places.

What to do in Andalucia?

Andalusia Attractions

  1. Seville
  2. Granada
  3. Cordoba
  4. Malaga
  5. Cadiz
  6. Huelva
  7. Jaen
  8. Almeria
    Things to Do in Andalucia
  9. The Alhambra Palace (Granada)
  10. Granada Cathedral
  11. Seville Cathedral & Giralda Bell Tower
  12. Real Alcázar (Seville)
  13. La Mezquita (Cordoba)
  14. Picasso Museum (Malaga)
  15. Costa del Sol (Malaga)
  16. Pueblos Blancos (White Villages)
  17. Puente Nuevo (Ronda)
  18. Cabo de Gata / Nijar National Park (Almeria)

As you can see on the map of Andalusia sightseeing, the Andalusian region is located on the southern coast of Spain.
You can easily get to most of the places listed on our list of Andalusia by bus and train services. If your budget is large enough, you can also rent a car to move more easily.

Sevilla, the largest city of the Andalusian Autonomous Region, is one of the first places in Andalusia. It was founded by the Romans in the 2nd century on the right bank of the Guadalquivir River.

The city, which was dominated by the Arabs in 711, has become the flagship of the region in terms of culture and art. In 1503, Sevilla became the richest settlement in Spain thanks to the maritime trade with the colonies.

The cultural, artistic and commercial developments initiated by the Arabs and then continued under Spanish rule led to the city’s enrichment in terms of places to visit today.

If you want to learn about the city’s glorious buildings and therefore its history, you can start your journey from the spectacular Seville Cathedral and the Giralda Bell Tower. After visiting the religious building, you can continue your tour with Real Alcázar and Torre del Oro.

Sevilla is also known as one of the most important Flamenco centers in the region. If you are interested in this type of dance, you can add Triana Region and Museo de Baile Flamenco to your list of places to visit. If you feel tired during the ride, you can take a break in the peaceful Parque de María Luisa.

Sevilla contents:

Things to Do in Seville
Where to stay in Seville
Popular Seville hotels:

3 ★ H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel
4 ★ Catalonia Giralda
5 ★ Hotel Palacio De Villapanés