Seville is the most populated city in Andalusia and the fourth in Spain.
This beautiful city full of history, has a multitude of parks and green areas where your dog can run, disconnect and make many play friends. Many of them are fenced areas.
A good option is the Parque de los Príncipes, a quiet place at the western end of the Los Remedios neighborhood. It has been recently remodeled and is equipped with a bench area, fountains and an “Agility” circuit.
Another of the great attractions of Seville is its Guadalquivir river. It crosses the city, skimming the most typical neighborhoods and showing the faithful guardian of the city: the Torre del Oro.
Along its shore you will find emblematic places such as the Plaza de Toros, the Barrio de Triana, various bridges, Isla Mágica, the Torres de la Plaza de España, the Monastery of La Cartuja and also many cultural sites in Seville.
Leaving the walk along the Guadalquivir behind, Seville has other places to visit in the company of your dog. The historic center for example, which is the largest in all of Spain and third in Europe. Where, apart from being able to enjoy buildings recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO (La Giralda, Los Archivo de Indias) you can find plenty of bars to have a beer and tapas.
I encourage you to visit this city in the company of your furry friends, you will not regret it.