Discover the secrets of Dos Hermanas
Maybe it’s because of the great weather in Andalusia. Or maybe it’s thanks to its great location near Seville. Or the emblematic festivities that seem to take place every day. Others say it’s the local cuisine that makes it so special. We like to think it's the unique mix of all of the above that give Dos Hermanas its unique charm, and you’ll want to enjoy all of it. Check out our trips to Dos Hermanas and you’ll see we're right.
Dos Hermanas is located along the Via Augusta that joins Rome with Cádiz, although its first origins are unclear. It seems the area was inhabited in the Roman period, but with the invasion by the Arab peoples it became part of the outskirts of Seville, and there are no written references to the town until the 15th century. Even so, to this day there are still remnants conserved from the time. We offer a range of cheap trips to Dos Hermanas so you can discover the town's historical heritage for yourself.
But it’s not just the old buildings that make Dos Hermanas a great town to visit. The town’s more modern architecture includes Arquería del Pilar, from the end of the 19th century, and the Palacio de Alperiz, with its Spanish Regionalist style. There’s also plenty by way of religious sites to visit, with the Parroquial de Santa María Magdalena church and the Capilla de Santa Ana chapel. The most impressive part of the town are its cultural events, though. If you love the south of Spain, you’re sure to adore the Easter Holy Week and the Feria de Mayo May Fair festivities, which you can enjoy thanks to our package deals to Dos Hermanas.
Of course, the local cuisine is sure to delight lovers of Andalusian food. Some typical dishes include gazpacho, pescao frito or fried fish and various types of cured hams and cheeses.
Dos Hermanas has a lot to offer, and is a treat for all five senses. You’ll need them to really enjoy the cultural wealth of the town.