Welcome to Seville
Capital of the region of Andalusia and located in southern Spain, the city of Seville is one of the best holiday destinations for those seeking the Spanish essence. Seville is full of monuments and spectacular places to visit. The city is modern and clean and has energetic nightlife, bustling all year round due to the very hot weather in the summer and a pleasant winter. The beautiful streets are filled with orange trees, which provides a charming view. If you love history and are culturally curious, Seville is the place to go. See below our Top 7 things to do in Seville plan your trip.
Top 7 Things To Do In Seville
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Real Alcazar is a collection of palaces and gardens from different eras and cultures, from rich families who lived in the region, surrounded by walls and which enchants all visitors. It was there that series like Game of Thrones recorded scenes for the television, due to its incomparable architecture.
UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 3rd largest cathedral in the world, the Cathedral of Seville is an important point in the city. Its Giralda tower, originally a mosque tower from the period when the region was inhabited by the Moors, was incorporated into its construction and has good views of Seville.
3. Plaza de España
Built in 1928, the Plaza de España is in the Parque Maria Luiza and is a landmark of Spanish architecture. There you can enjoy live music, flamenco dancing and a boat trip on the lake, in addition to the beautiful construction.
4. Metropol Parasol
The Metropol Parasol is a huge modern wooden structure located in the La Encarnación square, in the old part of Seville. It was designed by the German architect Jurgen Mayer and completed in April 2011 is the largest wooden structure in the world.
5. Flamenco Dance Shows
Every evening there are Flamenco performances by Seville. The passionate traditional dance of this region is something that can not miss in your visit. Go to El Palacio Andaluz and see the best professional dancers in the typical tablao of the city center.
6. Isabel II Bridge & Triana Neighborhood
The romantic Isabel II bridge is a charming setting at the entrance of the Triana district. The neighborhood has traditional and lively streets at night, it is the right place to eat tapas and drink beer with locals.
7. Plaza de Toros
The Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla is the place where, in the present century, bullfights are performed. Owned by the Spanish royal family, it receives many visitors every year and represents much of the tradition of Andalusia.