To Santiago: 
973.90
Altitude: 
20

Sevilla is a capital city whose laidback culture and seductive dance are quick to charm visitors. Give yourself an extra day of sightseeing here, or two, and get lost. Although it is the 4th largest city in Spain you will find that the Old Town is manageable on foot. 

Within the tangle of streets are three UNESCO world heritage sites, including the largest Gothic church (the Cathedral), its oversized bell tower is known as La Giralda and it is a remnant of the original mosque that was torn down to make way for a Cathedral “so beautiful and so grand that those who see it finished will take us for mad.” Such a massive building makes for a good starting point for touring the... (continued in Camino App and Book)

Notice: 

PERSONAL SAFETY: There is a fine line between issuing a fear-inducing warning and a casual mention of potential danger, and when it comes to the section of road on the outskirts of Sevilla something in between those two is necessary. There are a few places where the surroundings are quite...

Fiesta: 

In a major city the size of Sevilla you can always expect there to be a celebration of something going on, but the largest and most iconic one is the week of Semana Santa leading up to Easter. Reserve a room early.

The Road: 

CAMINO MARKERS: Be aware that there is no single official designation of the camino trail. Between Sevilla and Santiago, the camino is maintained by a number of local and regional governments, as well as by several ‘Amigo’ associations. Along the way, you...

History: 

Despite its inland location, the big river hear has allowed the city to play an important role in the Spanish Empire’s global expansion. Christopher Columbus is resting here (in the Cathedral), and Ferdinand Magellan’s voyage around the earth began here too.

Sevilla’s slogan of ‘No me...

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Services
ATM: 
Yes
Bar: 
Yes
Grocery: 
Yes
Pharmacy: 
Yes
Correos: 
Yes
Train: 
Yes
Bus: 
Yes
Bus Terminal: 
Yes