The Andalusian capital exudes joy and bustle in each of the streets and squares that make up its historic center, home to a beautiful set of declared World Heritage buildings. During his visit to Seville should not miss the monumental symbols of the city: the Giralda, the Torre del Oro, Plaza of Spain, the Archivo General de Indias, and the Cathedral, one of the largest temples of Christianity, beautiful display of Gothic Gothic which began construction in the early fifteenth century and whose works lasted for over a hundred years ... and, of course, the Real Alcázar, where you can admire the rich Arab legacy, and contemplate its wonderful gardens.
Seville, a city with a special color that undoubtedly will awaken the senses.
What to see?
Seville is a city for walking ... enter the renowned neighborhoods of Santa Cruz, La Macarena and Triana and feel their environment and everyday life, character and idiosyncrasy of its people; know its streets, neighbors pens, dance academies, and potteries. And if you want to enjoy a leisurely stroll you must visit the Maria Luisa Park, where nature and culture are intertwined.
Impossible to monopolize the vast range of art, entertainment and cuisine offered by Sevilla. Enjoy the excellent "tapas" in its taverns, accompanied by a good wine, and be enchanted by the flamenco magic in one of its many "tablaos" while sipping a good "fine".