Why should you visit Seville immediately

Seville, a city full of history and one of the most beautiful in Spain. A destination to visit which promises the best of experiences.

Seville is the capital and the largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia and the province of Seville, is located on the plain of the Guadalquivir river. With its beauty and charm, it could not be more appropriate for the Andalusian capital. Here are seven reasons why Sevilla should be on everyone's list!

 Triana

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 There is no shortage of neighborhoods in Andalusia where time has come to a standstill. One of the most charming of them all is Triana, the old neighborhood of Seville sitting across the river from the historic center of the city.

Many great flamenco artists and bullfighters have come from its attractive yellow and white front houses, which are decorated with the beautiful mosaic tiles for which Triana is famous; In fact, residents of Triana have traditionally been called trianeros; they identify strongly with the neighborhood and consider it different in character from the rest of Seville.

 

 

 Cathedral

It is likely that the cathedral of Seville will surprise you because of its size: it is the largest Gothic cathedral and the third largest church in the world. The construction of this extensive Gothic complex, which houses 80 chapels and has the longest central nave in Spain. Its iconic Giralda bell tower was previously the minaret of the mosque and is all that remains of the Islamic structure that preceded the Cathedral.

 

The sunset From Las Setas

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 Las Setas is the point of reference that you can always use to guide you.

This distinctive structure, built between 2005 and 2011 on Roman remains discovered during its construction, is the largest wooden monument in the world and dominates the once-ramshackle Plaza de la Encarnación in the historic center of Seville. In its lower level you can see the Roman remains on which stands the tower of their glasses and in the upper part there is a footbridge that offers impressive panoramic views of the Andalusian capital. This is undoubtedly the best place in the city to go to the sunset.

 

  Maria Luisa Park

 It is a quiet park with old gardens in traditional style. Most of the land that was used for the park was previously the gardens of the San Telmo Palace. They were donated to the city of Seville in 1893 by the Infanta Luisa Fernanda, Duchess of Montpensier, for use as a public park. The park has several beautiful areas with fountains, flowers, trees and plants. The park is located right next to the Plaza de España and is perfect if you want

A beautiful park with old classic gardens to the Seville. The roads are well cared for with flowers, trees and other plants. Around you will also see fountains and beautiful areas where you can relax and enjoy a picnic.

 

  The banks of Guadalquivir

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 The distinctive green of the Guadalquivir River flows through the center of Seville, which is now crossed by several ornate bridges that connect the two halves of the city. Seville owes a lot to the murky waters of the Guadalquivir; Flowing towards the Atlantic through the Bay of Cádiz, it gave the city a commercial monopoly with the New World after its discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1492. The riches of America were poured into Seville and the city became enormously rich and powerful as a result.

On sunny weekends (and there are a lot of them here), the lush banks of this great river are full of locals who enjoy an activity, where they bring their own drinks to the river and enjoy spontaneous activities with air open.

 

  

 Santa Cruz

 The old Jewish quarter of Seville has not changed much in recent centuries (like Triana) and should be one of the first areas to explore when visiting here. Discovering the small squares and secret alleyways of Santa Cruz is an excellent way to spend a few hours in Seville, especially since the area is full of traditional tapas where you can taste local specialties such as stewed tailed bull and pork in sauce. whiskey. It is also a great place to see flamenco, with the magnificent Baile Flamenco Museum, which offers a fascinating exhibition of the complex history of art and nightly shows with some of the best Andalusian performers.

 These are just some of the indisputable reasons to visit Seville. So if you want to find a stay for your next vacation in Seville, click here.