The city is a center for flamenco, bullfighting and fiestas, especially during the Feria de Abril (2 weeks after Easter Sunday) when everyone seems to hit the street for a week long party. Add to this the city's rich history still reflected in the monuments of Sevilla (the Cathedral, the Giralda, the Alcázar etc.).
When planing your city break to Sevilla you can choose to fly directly to Sevilla Airport, that connects with direct flights to several destinations in Europe. Another, and sometimes cheaper, option is to fly to Malaga Airport, rent a car and drive to Sevilla. The trip takes about 2 hours if you do not make any stops on the way, and it brings you through some very beautiful and typical Andalusian landscapes. You can alternatively fly to Madrid and take the Madrid-Sevilla AVE train service, which is by far the quickest and most efficient way of getting between the two cities, making the journey in two and a half hours.
Sevilla city breaks are at their most popular in the summer, although it can get extremely hot, especially in July, but also very popular in early spring or autumn when temperatures in Sevilla are wonderfully summery and the streets and parks are alive with people. Even at winter, the weather can be nice, with long hours of daylight and warm sunshine, where you will enjoy to sit and relax on pavement cafes.