One of the most beautiful cities in Spain, every square inch is enriched with art and culture, its streets often alive with Spanish festivities and always brimming with activity and atmosphere.
Along with the Cathedral, The Royal Alcázar is one of Seville’s most popular attractions. A Moorish fort in the 10th-century, construction of the first royal palace began in the 12th century by the first Caliph of Andalucía.
Located underneath the palace, visitors will find the Baths of Doña María de Padilla. A rather posh name for what is basically a water storage facility.
The largest Gothic cathedral in the world and the burial place of Christopher Columbus, Seville Cathedral is a must-see.
Tickets to the Seville Cathedral include the 104.1 m (342 ft) Torre Giralda bell tower entry. The tower is all that remains of Seville’s grand mosque, one of the most important symbols of Seville since the Middle Ages.
Dubbed by locals La Setas – The Mushrooms, the Metropol Parasol is as iconic for the divide in local opinion about the structure as the structure itself.