Cruise to the land of flamenco, fiestas & tapas
The passionate nature of Sevillanos is evident in their devotion to bullfighting, flamenco, and fiesta. Food too, it appears, as Seville is credited with the invention of tapas. Join in with the locals as they graze from bar to bar, making an entire meal out of the experience.
The city also has a rich history evident in its old quarters and landmarks. The great cathedral is immense, lavishly ornamented with painting and sculpture, and copious quantities of gold. The Alcazar, the main palace, is exquisitely decorated in Moorish style, with themed gardens laid out in terraces. All in all an abundance of riches for all those who come to call.
ALCAZAR OF SEVILLE
ALCAZAR OF SEVILLE
Originally founded as a fort in 913, the Alcázar has been expanded and reconstructed many times in the 11 centuries it has existed. Explore the stunning fortress complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its awe-inspiring palaces, patios, gardens, fountains, chapels, and halls.
Seville’s immense cathedral, the biggest in the world, is awe-inspiring in scale and majesty. From the stunning architecture, to the rich art collection and vibrant history, don’t miss exploring this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Discover the magnificence of Seville, one of Spain’s most beautiful cities and home to Christendom’s third largest cathedral. Walk the Santa Cruz Quarter and dip into artisan shops and quaint cafes amongst whitewashed homes. See the Torre del Oro and La Giralda Tower.
Featured Seville, Spain
Seville, Spain At a glance
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