Seville is the capital of the province of Andalusia, the autonomous region of southern Spain. Seville
is a beautiful, historic city and very versatile. You will find history, culture, shopping, tapas bars,
folklore and pleasant evenings for wandering around.

The most important famous monuments are the Real Alcázar, the Cathedral and the Giralda Tower.
They are in the same square and have been jointly declared World Heritage by the UNESCO.
Directly behind this group of monuments is the most characteristic, popular district of Seville, Santa
Cruz. You can spend hours walking around or just daydream on a bench.

Plaza de España, in the lush María Luisa Park is another well-known landmark. In this same park
there are other buildings of interest, all of which have been preserved from the Exposición LatinoAmericano
in 1929.

On the Guadalquivir river, which runs through Seville, there is the Torre del Oro (Tower of Gold) of
Arabic origin (13th century), which once formed part of the city walls. Because of its close
relationship with Spanish maritime history, it was chosen to house the Maritime Museum of Seville.

Seville is rich in folklore and traditions and they play an important part in the life of the locals.
Flamenco originated here and bullfighting is still practiced and lived with passion.
The city is well worth a visit and is just over an hour’s drive from us.

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