From 5th December 2020 to 5th January 2021
Seville is one of the most important tourist destination in southern Europe. The city’s rich historical and artistic heritage is a result of the passage of these different cultures, with an intense cultural life throughout the year and its gastronomy, another of Seville’s main attractions.
Our warm weather in winter is perfect to enjoy these dates walking in the company of the family, in the streets, full of lights and children's activities.
Seville fills its corners with representations of Nativity Scenes, musical choirs, called "campanilleros", and places where you can taste many typical sweets.
Each year Nervion’s Christmas market in Seville, receives thousands of views of people attracted by the formidable and careful environment that is created from our beautifully decorated wooden stalls, as well as with the permanent exhibitions of large-format antique signage images that every year as a street exhibition, we perform in the back of the cabins giving a powerful playful, artistic and cultural content to the market.
The techniques used for the elaboration of the decorations are absolutely handmade, making our pieces one by one, all different and with very specialized techniques such as joinery, marquetry, carving, goldsmithing, painting, aging, etc.
Our Christmas markets follow a strict protocol based on excellence in decoration, general image and careful selection of products to sell, thinking that, who visits us, can take a special memory for their loved ones.
Best hotels for Christmas
Tours & Activities
Christmas in Seville
Top things to do
for Christmas in Sevilla
Visit the rich cultural heritage
The city’s rich historical and artistic heritage is a result of the passage of these different cultures. Seville has three monuments declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO (the
Cathedral and Giralda, the Alcázar and the Archive of the Indias (Archivo de Indias) and countless beautiful and unique civil and religious buildings, which contain numerous works of art by outstanding architects, sculptors and painters.
Great artists have been born in Seville, including Velázquez, Murillo, Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, Luis Cernuda, the Machado brothers and Joaquín Turina.
Many others came to our city from other places, attracted to this major centre of art and culture, including Miguel de Cervantes, Torrigiano, Zurbarán, Martínez Montañés and Juan de Mesa.
Enjoy cultural life
With an intense cultural life throughout the year, Seville caters to all tastes: opera, flamenco, classical music, jazz, zarzuela, rock, hip-hop, pop, exhibitions, theatre, cinema, comics ...
Seville is the birthplace and capital of flamenco, declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity, and is also the city that has inspired the greatest number of operas over the centuries:
150 compositions, some of them as universal as Carmen, Don Giovanni and The Barber of Seville.
Gastronomy & Climate
Gastronomy is another of Seville’s main attractions. With a long and rich tradition, the offering is very wide and varied, with bars and restaurants offering everything from traditional recipes to more innovative dishes.
Seville enjoys an excellent climate and the average annual temperature is between 18°C and 20°C. The city has a high number of hours of sunshine annually (about 3,000), which allows visitors to take part in numerous outdoor activities throughout the year.