Seville in detail

Travel with Children

Seville is a kid-friendly city with a largely pedestrianised centre and numerous parks and free play areas.

Kids get into many sights free, though age limits vary – the Catedral is free for under 15s; the Real Alcázar for under 17s. Both are accessible with strollers.

Kid-friendly sights and activities include the following:

Parque de María Luisa Seville’s main park. Rowing boats are available for hire in the park at Plaza de España.

Isla Mágica Big amusement park targeted at kids over 10.

Museo Casa de La Ciencia Science museum with hands-on displays.

Pabellon de la Navegación Has interactive exhibits illustrating Seville's maritime history.

Cruceros Torre del Oro River cruises

Food-wise, ice cream and churros (long, deep-fried doughnuts) are reliable kid-pleasers.

Baby formula can be bought at farmacias (pharmacies). Disposable panales (nappies/diapers) are available in supermarkets and farmacias.

Children under three travel free on city buses.