The main attraction! You may need a few days to take everything in, but the Metropol Parasol, Cathedral, and Alcazar are all clustered here. Be sure to head here for all your shopping needs, whether it’s popular high-street stores you’re after or little vintage boutiques.
The next most popular area for tourists is awash with winding little streets and traditional whitewashed houses.
The bohemian part of town, this area is brimming with trendy restaurants, edgy bars, and slash venues – you know the ones, the gallery/bar/music venues all in one.
Home to two of the city’s most ornate and much-cherished statues of the Virgin Mary (be sure to get some snaps!), this district is essentially an impressive mish-mash of stunning architecture, fascinating cultures and varied histories.
With a cultural identity all of its own, this part of town is named as its own independent republic by locals! Known for its beautiful blue-and-white azulejo tiles, lively flamenco scene, and great riverside tapas eateries.