You could make the most of your day getting to know the area around the hotel and having a first look at the city of Seville by taking a walk through the historic Santa Cruz quarter, near the cathedral and the beautiful Giralda. Walk down Calle Sierpes, which is the main area for small businesses and artisan workshops, look around some of the shops and then walk to the Ayuntamiento (Town Hall).
Day 3) Córdoba
First you will go to the huge Mosque-Cathedral, a unique symbol in the western world on account of its size and beauty, but, above all, the fact that two distinct religions share one sacred space. After that, you will go to the Synagogue and the surrounding Judiaria, the Jewish Quarter with its labyrinthine streets, small hidden-away spots and white houses. You could then walk along the banks of the River Guadalquivir to see the fine Roman bridge. A bit further on, you will come across the Alcázarr, a fortress with five towers, from which you can enjoy the most spectacular, panoramic views over the city.
Day 4-5) Granada
You will be absolutely amazed by Alhambra and by the Generalife, the beautiful gardens next to the palace complex. After this, you can discover more of Granada by exploring the authentic, traditional quarter known as Sacromonte, the Arab Quarter of Albaycín and the spectacular Monasterio de la Cartuja.