Experience the most beautiful metropolis of Andalusia and one of the most enchanting cities of Spain!
Seville is unique culture and pure lust for life likewise and best reflects the fusion of tradition and modernity of andalusian cities. The capital of Andalusia is characterized by the influences of different cultures, from the beginning of the Phoenicians over the spread of the Roman Empire and the Moorish reign up to the recapture by the christians.
This legacy still characterizes the townscape of Seville: labyrinths of narrow alleys in the old town known as casco antiguo, great cultural and historical sites such as the cathedral with the moorish minarett called Giralda, the Torre del Oro or the Reales Alcáceres, as well as citations of modern architecture make a visit of this city an unforgettable experience.
The name of Seville evokes inevitably thoughts of gipsy dresses and flamenco guitars, the Manzanilla called typical white wine and never-ending sunshine. Likewise, the solemnity of the baroque Andalusia which gives the Holy Week (Semana Santa) its deeper meaning.
But Seville offers much more than the typical postcard idyll for which it was well-known. In the last two decades the southern spanish metropolis has managed to re-invent itself without loosing its essential andalusian flair.
Due to impressive art treasures and long-lasting traditions as well as the extraordinary mild climate, Seville is considered to be Spain’s cultural destination per se and a must-see for Spain enthusiasts!
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