Seville has a Mediterranean/North African climate featuring hot, dry summers and mild, partially wet winters. Like most Mediterranean climates, Seville has dry summers and only sees rain during the winters. The annual average temperature is 25.4 °C (78 °F) during the day and 13 °C (55 °F) at night.
Summer is the dominant season and so the dryer weather lasts from May to October.
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Seville is also a big tourist centre in Spain. In 2018, there were over 2.5 million travellers and tourists who stayed at a tourist hostels and hotels, placing it third in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona.
The city has much to offer the visitor apart from sunshine so there are tourists year round. There are many landmarks, museums, parks, gardens and other tourist attractions around the city so there is something for everyone.
The Palacio de San Telmo, formerly the University of Sailors, is now the seat for the Andalusian Autonomous Government. It is one of the most emblematic buildings of baroque architecture.
As for the local bars and restaurants nearly every one offers some kind of Tapa. It is fair to say that many Spanish regions individually claim to be the birthplace of Tapas, arguably Seville holds the strongest claim.
Tapa is derived from the Spanish term ‘to cover’ or ‘top’. The cuisine originated with thin slices of bread and meat so that Andalusian sherry drinkers can “cover” their glasses between sips. It then developed in to a variety of snacks to complement the sherry until eventually the food became more important than the sherry. It is now served with any drink.
The annual average temperature is 25.4 °C during the day and 13 °C at night. Summer is the dominant season and lasts from May to October, the latter in spite of the dwindling daylight and inland position.