The Top 5 Hipster European Football Cities
Here are 5 few lesser known hipster football hotspots which you should definitely check out and visit on your travels.
Spain’s 4th biggest city which is argued as the countries 3rd biggest football city after Madrid and Barcelona, Seville is quickly becoming a hotspot for football tourists and a capital of European football in Southern Spain.
Famed for its orange tree-lined streets and one of Spain’s biggest sporting derbies, with games between Real Betis and Sevilla CF being one of the most fiercely fought in Spain.
Both teams now compete in the European football competitions, seeing the sporting passion in the city skyrocket. Whether you prefer to take in either a Real Betis or Sevilla game, you will not be disappointed with either stadium seeing 40,000 plus supporters creating an atmospheric event every week.
Seville also has a fantastic history to explore as well as shopping streets galore. You will not be bored and you will see why it really is becoming a hub for people wanting a different type of city break.
We're extremely proud and excited to have Seville as one of our Spanish destinations.