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Why Go on a Tour of Seville

Home to the most exciting corridas and passionate flamenco, charming Seville is the colorful capital of Andalusia and ongoing fiestas.

Like no other Spanish city, Seville perfectly reflects the peculiarities of the national character. Sun-kissed Seville is not a place for rush and worries. Just lose yourself in the winding streets of the Old Town (Casco Antiguo), breathe in the overwhelming scent of orange trees, admire the beauty of Baroque churches and aristocratic mansions, and catch the special vibe of small courtyards, decorated with greenery, tiny fountains and fancy tiles.

The rich history of Seville is reflected in its appearance. It is notable that its historic quarter is one of the largest in Europe. So if you plan an upcoming trip to Seville, you should know that the majority of the city's attractions are located on the left bank of the Guadalquivir River.

One of the brightest Seville landmarks is the famous Catedral de Santa María de la Sede, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, having the Cross which, according to the legend, was made from the gold brought by Columbus from America. Then witness the famous Giralda Tower, the symbol of Seville, reflecting the confluence of cultures and civilizations.

Opposite the Cathedral and the Giralda there is the Plaza de la Virgen de Los Reyes, housing the gorgeous Alcázar of Seville castle complex, which originally belonged to the Moorish rulers, and later became the residence of Christian kings. Now you see, the sightseeing opportunities of the city are quite rich, so don't hesitate and let this truly Spanish city win over your heart.

Top 3 Things to Do in Seville

  • Enjoy the outstanding architecture of the Real Alcazar of Seville
  • See the must-visit landmarks: Seville Cathedral & Giralda Tower
  • Move to the fiery flamenco beat in the motherland of this dance


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