Hello, seville

Bathed in sunlight year-round, Seville has a charismatic and upbeat vibe. The mix of Roman, Moorish and Colonial influences have sculpted Seville's reputation as a cultural cornucopia. Tangled alleyways, labyrinths, exquisite cathedrals, and animated tapas bars line the Guadalquivir river, which winds its way through the Andalusian capital.

To Do & To See

Plenty of things to do and see

Cathedral La Giralda at Sevilla Spain - architecture background

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See

Seville Cathedral is the third-largest cathedral in Europe. Originally built as a mosque in the 12th-century, the 100-metre- high minaret is now the Giralda clock tower. Christopher Columbus is buried inside the cathedral.

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Spain, Seville. Spain Square, a landmark example of the Renaissance Revival style in Spanish architecture

Plaza de España

Take a stroll over to the colossal Plaza de España when you're in Seville. Nestled within the beautiful Maria Luisa Park, this architectural marvel was crafted for the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929. The building presents a stunning fusion of styles — think Renaissance revival with a local twist — we're talking exposed brick and ceramics.This plaza isn't just about the building. It also embraces a 515-meter-long canal encircling the square. Fancy a bit of romance? Hop on a boat and take in the beauty of the place from a whole new perspective. Just imagine — you, the water, and an architectural marvel providing the backdrop. Quite irresistible.

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Tablao Flamenco Los Gallos

Experience the true, captivating soul of Seville. The singing, dancing and flamenco guitar shows at Los Gallos have entertained guests since 1966, and is the most popular flamenco show in town.

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"Reales Alcazares" gardens in Seville

Royal Alcázar of Seville

Built in the 1360s by Moorish Muslim kings and surrounded by lush gardens, Alcázar is a spectacular palace still used by the royal family, making it the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe.

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Typical andalusian houses at barrio Santa Cruz, Seville, Spain

Santa Cruz

Stroll around in the heart of Seville and enjoy the charm of the quarter of Santa Cruz, with its winding alleys, picturesque houses and small squares. This is also where you can see important tourist attractions like the Cathedral, the Giralda, the Royal Alcázar, the Murillo gardens and the Archivo de Indias.

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Cherub on wood carving, holy week, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Semana Santa

During Easter Week, Seville is transformed into a photographer’s paradise. Processions with the Virgin Mary and Jesus, the Nazarenos asking for penance, and colourful orchestras fill the city with vibrant life.

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