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Plaza de Espana

Plaza de Espana is a plaza in Maria Luisa Park of Seville. Plaza de Espana is a Spanish architectural marvel. The designer was Anibal Gonzalez. He mixed elements of Art Deco, Moorish and Renaissance Revival styles. Colorful tile alcoves decorate the walls of Plaza. Plaza de Espana is the greatest architectural attraction in Seville and generally one of Spain’s most spectacular plazas.

Real Alcazar

The Real Alcazar is a royal palace in Seville. It is the oldest royal palace in Europe that is still active. Alcazar is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. The palace dates back to 14th century when Peter the Cruel established the royal residence. It served as setting for the royal wedding of Charles V and Isabella of Portugal.

Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral, Santa Maria de la Sede, is a Roman Catholic Cathedral in Seville. It is the largest cathedral in the world and is a UNESCO World Heritage since 1987. Seville Cathedral is also the largest Gothic church in the world.

Torre Giralda

Torre Giralda is the marvelous bell tower of Seville Cathedral, as well as city's most well-known symbol. Giralda became a UNESCO World heritage Site in 1987. The tower is 104 meters tall. It was originally built as a mosque tower during the Almohad dynasty reign.

Barrio Santa Cruz

Barrio Santa Cruz is a charming tourist neighborhood in Seville. Santa Cruz houses most of Seville's oldest buildings. It is the oldest part of the city surrounded by wall built during the Roman period in 1st century BC. In medieval times Santa Cruz served as Seville's Jewish quarter.

Metropol Parasol

Metropol Parasol is a vast wooden structure, a piece of modern art in the historic center of Seville. It was introduced in the city in 2011. Metropol Parasol is also locally known as La Setas (the mushrooms). It's name so as the structure features six huge parasols that look like mushrooms.

Parque de Maria Luisa

Maria Luisa Park is a large green park in downtown Seville. It stretches along the Guadalquivir River with hundreds of exotic trees, historic buildings with some admirable architecture, Moorish fountains and pools. The landmark of the park is the famous Plaza de Espana, the most important touristic attraction in Seville. Plaza de Espana is generally one of Spain’s most spectacular plazas with its amazing architecture and colorful tile alcoves.

Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza

Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza is a bullring in Seville.During the Seville Fair (Feria de Abril) the most important bullfighting event of Seville takes place here from March or April till late September. Maestranza also hosts an art collection of bullfighting, composed of two sections. First one exhibits oil paintings from 18-20th centuries depicting bullfighting and the second one contains largest collection of bullfighting prints of in the world.


Triana is a neighbourhood in Seville, to the west of Guadalquivir River. The neighbourhood is famous for its traditional ceramic and tile industry, the dynamic flamenco culture. Triana had a great input in the development of the culture and tradition of Seville. The maters in Triana make the the ceramic tiles using mud from river bank. Almost any tile you see in monuments and buildings of Seville, as well as Plaza de Espana, are made in Triana.

Casa de Pilatos

Casa de Pilatos, marvelous palace in Andalusia, is a fine example of the 16th century architecture in Seville. The palace historically houses the Dukes of Medinaceli. The palace complex was constructed by the family of Enriquez de Quinones, governors of Andalusia in mid 16th century. That is why it is also known as Palacio de los Adelantados Mayores de Andaluca (Palace of the Governors of Andalusia).

Centro Historico de Sevilla

Seville is one of the oldest cities in Spain dating back to the 8th century B.C. The historical monuments of Seville are mainly centered in Barrio Santa Cruz. It is the oldest part of the city surrounded by wall built during the Roman period in 1st century BC.

Basilica de la Macarena

Basilica de la Macarena is a catholic church in Seville. It is famous for housing the most revered image of the city, The Virgin of Hope or Nusetra Senora de la Esperanza in Spanish. Locals call it La Macarena. It is a wooden statue dressed in robes and jewel.

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