Things to see in Seville
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La Giralda is a part of the Cathedral of Seville, although for its history it deserves its own separate chapter. Not for nothing, it is all that remains of the mosque on which the aforementioned cathedral was built. It is the tal...
It's no coincidence that the Plaza de España has been the set for many movies (Lawrence of Arabia, Star Wars, etc.) thanks to its masterful architecture. Anibal Gonzélez designed multiple buildings from the Ibero-American Expo of 19...
When you walk into this place you get the feeling that it was great. If you take it slowly you can appreciate Arab, Jewish and Christian craftsmanship in a harmony that makes you reflect on tolerance and respect between different cu...
Perhaps the fact that being half from there and having family there, my objectivity may be impaired, but along with those of Toledo and Granada (cathedrals I've seen), that of Seville is one of the most impressive and beautiful in S...
This newly opened building leaves no one indifferent. Beyond absurd political disputes, it’s a place unlike anything elsewhere. To me, a fan of photography, it is a place full of artistic possibilities. I get the idea that Parisi...
Seville, 1845. By order of Queen Isabel II, did the construction of this marvellous piece of engineering begin. Seven years later, it would be completed. It is now known as the "Triana Bridge" because that's the name of the neigh...
The park has this romantic halo that different events throughout history, have contributed towards. Fundamental the Latin American Exposition of 1929 which endowed a masterful architecture to the enclosure. Anibal Gonzalez, with ...
Walking in the spring through this wonderful district of Seville is a real pleasure for the senses. The eye is caught by the colours ranging from white of the whitewash to the green of the flowerpots, gardens... At each step, we ...
For me, the Torre del Oro (Golden Tower) is one of the most beautiful monuments in the city, both by itself and in its strategic location, always safeguarding the river Guadalquivir... It has always been "undervalued" when compar...
The gardens of Real Alcázar are a true bubble of peace and coolness, away from noise, activity and Seville heat. Admission is free for students; therefore several times during our stay in Seville, we took a well-deserved rest the...
The House of Pilate (whose name has several theories) is located in the historic centre of Seville, in the Jewish quarter. It is the prototype of a typical Andalusian palace, built in the sixteenth century that now belongs to the...
You can be on either side of the Guadalquivir river as it passes through Seville in order to appreciate its beauty. It allows enough distance to see the beauty of a city that owes its historic past greatly to this entry via river. W...
The Plaza Cabildo in Seville is one of the most typical and beautiful places in the city. It is a place that, on work days breathes tranquillity despite being located in the historical centre opposite the cathedral. All around yo...
The biggest party in Seville is the April Fair. It is celebrated every year on the dates after Easter, in general, two weeks after Holy Week and starting in the month of April. For its celebration, they arrange an urbanized fairg...
In the vicinity of the Basilica of the Macarena in Seville we can take a walk through history and imagine how the city would be when it was walled off in its entirety, as it is in this area where this architectural item of such beau...
The monastery of La Cartuja is a quiet and pleasant site, where unique sensations are experienced with the contemporary art exhibitions that are often shown there are of great appeal. But also, to enjoy the scenery and yearn for the...
At this wonderful setting an interesting exhibition was put on. On its route I moved, without any difficulty to the Spanish history in the colonies. Stunning original writings, maps and trade routes ... and of course, the wonderf...
One of the most visited and touristy plazas in Seville is, without doubt, the Plaza del Triunfo (Triumph Square), it is surrounded by the most significant buildings of the city: the Alcázar, the Cathedral, the Giralda, and the Gener...
Walking through calle Betis and its terraces is a treat not to be missed during the long summer nights. From tapas to a few cocktails, all with views across the city, with the Torre del Oro (Golden Tower) present and surrounded b...
Holy Week in Seville is one of the most important events that occur each year in the city from a religious and cultural viewpoint, celebrated the week of the first full moon of spring, a few weeks before another major event that is ...
Beautiful views. It is amazing how a sunset brings out the best in locations, making anywhere a place of dreams, a magical moment.
If there is a fellowship with tradition and many faithful in Seville, it is that of Esperanza Macarena and their Basilica, in the neighbourhood of the same name, it’s a must visit. The basilica is a modern construction and its ma...
Best known as the Calatrava Bridge, this impressive bridge above the Guadalquivir was built for Expo 92 by the popular architect Calatrava. It is a construction that grabs a tourist’s attention allowing for some fabulous snapshot...
When we think of Seville, especially if we are not from there, a group of women with flamenco dresses mounted on a horse-drawn carriage riding around the city usually comes to mind. Well, these carriages are also a tourist service t...
This place is another one of those postcard corners that, if you visit Seville, cannot be overlooked and that, above all, if going as a couple, should not be missed. Rest on one of the banks against the huge weeping willow tree that...
Under the plaza de la Encarnación the largest Roman archaeological site in the city of Seville was discovered. It has given place to the Antiquarium, located under the futuristic Metropol Parasol project and the Encarnación market. ...
In the antique convento de la Merced (Convent of Mercy), Seville is home to the second Pinacotheca (art gallery) in Spain. Its main room, which was the monastery church, houses one of the principal paint collections by the master...
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