1.Grab a table outside for tapas at Eslava. Don’t miss the slow cooked leeks with smoked tartar sauce and all of the seafood, some of the best tapas we ate.
2. Hire a bicycle and pedal along the Guadalquivir river for a completely different perspective of the city.
3. If you can, coincide your visit with the flea market that takes over Calle Feria on Thursday mornings. You can pretty much find anything here, but we especially loved the antiques, paintings and vintage clothing.
4.While you’re in the neighbourhood, make a pilgrimage to Mercado de la Feria for some of the best fresh produce we’ve ever tasted. There are also plenty of cafes and tapas bars around the market, too.
5.Head over the river to Triana, a lively local neighbourhood filled with beautiful streets to explore.
6.Fancy something sweet? Look out for Convent of San Leandro (it’s easy to miss!) and you’ll find a little tiled window opposite the church steps where you can buy treats made by the nuns in exchange for a donation.
If you haven’t seen our lookbook from our recent shoot in Seville, check it out here. Or shop the new collection here.