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  • Panoramic view of Seville's Plaza de España square

Standing along the banks of the Guadalquivir river, Seville is art, flamenco, fiestas and gastronomy. Boasting 300 days of sun per year, the best way to discover the city is to stroll through its streets.Read more...

What to see Its impressive monuments include the Cathedral, the Real Alcázares Palace and the Indias Archive, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites. While visiting the Cathedral, you'll be able to admire its famous tower, known as La Giralda, as well as the delightful Patio de los Naranjos (Orange Tree Courtyard). Los Reales Alcázares is a series of palaces with over 1,000 years of history. Other landmarks include La Torre del Oro (Tower of Gold), the Real Maestranza bullring, the famous street known as Sierpes, Plaza de España and the popular districts of Macarena and Triana. Nature Be sure to visit the city's two extensive green areas: Los Reales Alcázares Gardens and Maria Luisa Park. In the Gardens, you can stroll amid colourful flowerbeds, fountains, lakes and sculptures while enjoying the sweet bouquet of orange blossom. At María Luisa Park, you'll find majestic plazas, gazebos and monuments dedicated to famous Spanish writers such as Bécquer or Cervantes. Gastronomy Seville is famous for its delicious “tapas”, especially in the bars around the old quarter or the popular districts of Triana and Macarena. Local specialities include tapas of Spanish cured ham, “papas aliñas” (dressed potatoes), “pescaito frito” (small fried fish) and “pinchos morunos” (marinated meat on a skewer). Festivities Two of the city's most popular and renowned festivities are Easter Week and the colourful Feria de Abril (April Fair).


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Seville


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Seville


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