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No one that have been in Seville can deny that it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. And not only for its architectural and historical heritage. Seville is one of those cities with a unique personality and genuine identity traits that make it different from any city. Seville embraces the visitor making him participate in its culture, its tradition and its art. A city that without renouncing its essence is shown with open arms to the world, and that with a thousand magical corners to discover, it is difficult not to fall in love with it. If you want to know more in depth do not miss our posts.
Explore Seville’s historic heart with our guide to the most enchanting streets in the city’s center. From the famous Calle Sierpes, lined with shops and tapas bars, to the cobbled beauty of Calle Mateos Gago near the iconic Santa Cruz neighborhood, discover the perfect routes for leisurely walks. Immerse yourself in the neoclassical allure of Tetuán Street, the artistic ambiance of Regina Street, and the riverside views of Betis Street in Triana. Whether you’re seeking shopping, history, or tranquil beauty, Seville’s historic streets have it all.
Explore Seville’s rich Islamic history with our guide to the top landmarks and cultural sites for Muslim travelers. From the stunning Alcázar to the Giralda Tower and hidden gems like the Santa Paula Mosque, uncover the city’s captivating heritage.
Seville has something for everyone. From its great Moorish and Catholic monuments to its historic bullring, and from great tapas bars to enchanting old neighbourhoods and giant wooden mushrooms, these are the top 20 attractions for you to seek out while you’re in the...
Casa Pilatos (House of Pilatos) Seville's Casa de Pilatos was built in the 16th century and is an outstanding example of Seville's civil palace architecture. It is a splendid blend of the Renaissance, Mudejar and Baroque styles. The humanist character of...
The oldest palace of Spain is in Seville, Andalusia. Seville Alcazar was initially built by the Arabs in the early 8th century and has been expanded by further Spanish Kings, converting it into their royal residence.
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