Seville is a province within the autonomous community of Andalusia, and although its capital, the city of Seville, which is also capital of the autonomous region, is one of the most visited cities in Spain, the rest of the province has a poor tourism development compared to other Andalusian provinces such as Almeria, Granada, Malaga, Cadiz or Huelva.
The main celebrations of the province revolve around the expression of religious tradition, highlighting the massive celebrations and events of Easter in which both locals and foreigners can enjoy works of art represented in religious images in procession through the streets of many municipalities, sometimes interrupted by the arrows, traditional songs that voices broken by the fervor, pays tribute to saints, virgins and Christs. Also it marked religious character, but with a much more festive tone, we can enjoy the famous pilgrimages where devotees make pilgrimages to various, often in traditional coaches, different hermitages or sanctuaries. Finally, out of the religious sphere, we find different fairs, Feria de Abril in Seville is the most popular, It is typical to go with traditional costumes and dresses, among them stand out, by its color and complexity, gypsy or flamenco dresses. Food, drink, songs and Sevillanas dance, along with horse and coaches rides and bullfights are the most representative elements of this celebration.
We must also highlight the architecture and cultural expressions, such as flamenco shows, that those visiting this region will enjoy, along with its gastronomy and natural spaces that can be found throughout the province. To all those who come to Seville and want to visit the city or the province on their own, quietly, we recommend hiring a car at Seville airport or train station, which has a high-speed rail (AVE) with Madrid.