It completely depends on the exhibit that is there. For the permanent fixtures, you can spend a good hour and a half. Look up the exhibit that will be there when you are traveling to determine your interest in the subject for extra time. over 7 years ago
A comfortable, convenient place to stay in Seville (Spain) - easy walk to some sights and reasonable prices but not 'cheap'. Thanks.
Dona Maria. Beautiful roof bar across from the cathedral. Absolutely amazing, right across from the fountain over 7 years ago
First of all, you are in for the most amazing time. You have to do pintxos for dinner. It is where you travel from restaurant to restaurant having one small dish and a glass of wine at each place for your dinner. Go to the street 31 de agosto in the party vieja (downtown area) and try this pintxos path to start. 1. Gandarias and order the solo mio (incredible bite of steak on a piece of bread and green pepper with salt on top) 2. A few doors down, La sepa. Get the mushroom and bacon dish. 3. Fuegro Negro. Most interesting place. The Kobe burger is a must, the risotto is incredible and the dove ain't bad either. For a nice sit-down dinner, go to la cueva, also on 31 de agosto. AMAZING mushrooms and shrimp and the family-owned and operated place has an great atmosphere. Other than food (it is the food capital of the area), a walk up to Jesus (you'll see him) is a must, the zurriola beach is less famous but is the surfing crowd, the aquarium is really neat and walking around to the other side of la contxa is an iconic view. Also take the tram up to mont iquell and see the park. Also.... Pagadi bar in barrio gross has THE BEST papas bravas in Spain. Hands down. over 7 years ago