and packed our stroller in an airshell bag (too bad these huge bags don't have little rolling wheels). I breastfed our boy at each take off and landing, seemed to work quite well.
Arrival to a nice little flat in the barrio of la Macarena - first buy on site : a sombrilla for the stroller, an indispensable
then a tour at the tourism office to have an idea of what tourist attractions were stroller-friendly which equals to say wheelchair-friendly -we found out it was ok to breastfeed in cafes – but I nonetheless used this technique to make it more private:
More about it on my "private breastfeeding post"
And here are the sites we could visit without any problem with the stroller:
The Alcazar though we could not visit all the rooms with the stroller
Iglesia San Luis del Gran Poder – there is a restaurant on the plaza ”El Sardinero”
Fine Arts Museum (sevillian painters)
Mercado de Triana, there is a ramp just at the end of the "Elisabeth II" bridge
We especially liked the atmosphere at the Plazoleta Bodega, C. San Juan de la Palma because there is a playing park for children and the restaurant was full of local families
The alameda de Hercules is surrounded by cafes and a lively, family friendly atmosphere in the evenings (22:00)
The cinema open air - noches de verano at the University of Sevilla
Our daily schedule was to visit in the morning from 10:00 to 13:00, eat at around 14:00 and if we were still in town at 15:00 take a taxi home as it starts to get really warm by that time. Then it was ”siesta time” and we were out again at 18:00 to enjoy the cool breeze before the sunset - some shops open until 21:00.