If the city is still in one piece after the Scots football fans’ invasion of these last few days then it’s worth checking out an extra good time in Seville.
And that’s what our old friends Travel Department guarantees with their TD Active Holidays.
And so it’s off to sunny Spain and the Costa de la Luz in Andalucia.
The Scots, the Rangers army who descended on Seville for their Europa League final match with Eintracht Frankfurt, are just the latest invaders in the city’s and region’s history.
Sevillians, as I guess is as good a name as any, carry influences from the Romans to the Moors.
And they have left their imprint on the landscape and culture of Andalucía, which is far more cultural than the bottles of Buckie and Irn-Bru.
It’s unsurprising that Rangers fans took to the city… it’s the home of oranges.
Columbus and the New World
Seville boasts remarkable sites, including the cathedral and La Giralda tower and the vast and impressive Alcázar Palace.
Yes, we know that he was Genovese but the Spanish love him on account of discovering all those lands across the Atlantic, and the riches they yielded.
And you will see him pointing the way too from Barcelona from Las Ramblas.
His first voyage to the New World though was launched at the Muelle de las Carabelas.
You won’t be asked to set sail though (it’ll be too hot).
Deal us in
On this trip, you can relax on the beach or visit other seaside towns in the region, with recommendations and tips from your expert guide.
Priced from €819pp, it includes flights, transfers, seven nights’ accommodation on a B&B basis and that guide experience.
There are a selection of dates right across the summer and up to 19th October.
And we can assure you that you will have an extra good time in Seville.