With over 2000 years of fascinating history, Moorish and Gothic architecture, visiting Seville
is a feast for the senses - and never more so than during Semana Santa, or Holy Week, in the
lead up to Easter.
Wendy, our design consultant, went for Easter and shares her top picks of what to see and
We were lucky to be there for the Easter weekend when it was unusually hot (37 degrees!)
and the streets were filled with ‘pasos’ or floats and processions by various brotherhoods or
religious fraternities who are dressed as penitents and pay tribute to the passion of Jesus. It
was an incredible experience as the city celebrated the last days of Jesus’s life.
The city was packed and many roads were closed to traffic but the buzz was fantastic and
everyone was very friendly.