But don't underestimate "Señor Lorenzo", avoid the hottest hours of the day and hydrate yourself well.

If you are going to visit Seville in the summer, you will have already been warned that this year the weather is a little cooler, in the Andalusian capital there are many options for those who come from tourism or who stay at home. Here are some plans for this summer in Seville that will make you forget about the heat. But don't underestimate "Senor Lorenzo", avoid the hottest hours of the day and hydrate yourself well.   

Plans to combat the heat in Seville this summer

Day with family or friends in Agua Mágica

The Isla Mágica water park is a good option to spend a good day of fun, especially if you travel with children. Wave pool, slides, giant doughnuts.... the perfect plan to stay warm!

Boat trip on the Guadalquivir

Enjoying the monuments of Seville along the River Guadalquivir is a good way to get to know the city while avoiding as much of the heat wave as possible. 

You have two options: to see some of the most important monuments located on the banks of the river or to take a boat to Sanlúcar de Barrameda to recreate the trip already made by Juan Sebastián Elcano or Christopher Columbus.

Eating snails

You can't leave here without sitting on a terrace and eating our famous snails while having a nice cold beer. One good thing about Seville is that it is prepared for the high temperatures of summer.

And if you're not up for snails, you can always try on a little mouthful of pringá or some finger-sucking olives. The wide gastronomic offer of our city will make sure you never run out of food to try that you will like.

Nights in the Royal Alcazar Gardens

Every summer between June and September, a series of open-air concerts takes place in the palace of the capital city of Seville. Undoubtedly, one of the most attractive cultural events offered by the city at this time of year.

A unique stage in the light of the stars where you can enjoy classical, ancient, flamenco, jazz or world music in an almost magical setting classical, ancient, flamenco, jazz or world music in an almost magical setting.

Cinemas during the summer

In the afternoon, and as the temperature drops, the city offers several summer cinemas. The most famous is the one in the Diputación de Sevilla, Asimate al patio, with a fairly affordable price. Another is organized by the University of Seville in the Patio del Cicus.

So cheer up and refresh during the nights with outdoor culture.

Music on the rooftops 

Live music on a rooftop with stunning views of the cool night, feel like it? Now you can do it!

There are several programs for concerts held on rooftops, one of the most famous being Life The Roof, a series of concerts where you can enjoy the best live music on the most exclusive rooftops in the country.

Fuente: Life The Roof

Of terraces on the New York Pier

There is a place called Muelle de Nueva York located on the banks of the historic Guadalquivir River in Seville, on the Paseo de las Delicias, where you can enjoy a pleasant walk or a drink on its terraces. There is a wide variety to choose from and the atmosphere is unbeatable.

Visit the city with guides

When summer arrives, the city is less crowded and it is the ideal moment to take advantage of and visit the historical centre of the city without waiting in line. A fun way to do this is with our Free Tour or some of the routes we propose to visit the Royal Alcazar, the Cathedral or the Santa Cruz district. The latter is an ideal place to stroll in summer, as the narrow streets of the old Jewish quarter make it a cool and fresh environment by blocking out the heat.  

And taking advantage of the fact that we are celebrating the Murillo Year, you can enjoy privileged views with the Cielo de Murillo night route that takes you to the terraces of 4 of the city's most emblematic hotels to contemplate the sky that the painter so often left reflected in his paintings.

And this is just the beginning, there are countless plans to make you fall in love with Seville, even when it's hot... Come and discover them with us!