If you’re craving some winter sun but don’t have the time, money or inclination to travel outside of Europe, Seville could, quite literally, be just the ticket. One of Europe’s sunniest cities, the Andalusian capital remains relatively balmy in the winter months, averaging around 20C in November and dropping only to a pleasant 16C from December through to February.
Visit Seville in November and you’ll see Christmas decorations juxtaposed with sunny backdrops, aromatic orange trees lining the streets and courtyards, and rooftop bars and al fresco tables filled to the brim with drinkers and diners. While it may not be t-shirt weather every day, you can be sure that a couple of layers and a jacket will be perfectly adequate for a pleasant day of exploring. Do, however, be sure to pack an umbrella in preparation for the odd shower or two.
Take a look at the photo diary below to see what you can expect when visiting Seville in November, and for some tips on where to stay, what to see and where to eat and drink, check out this Seville travel guide.