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The capital of the Andalusian region, Seville is famous worldwide for its culture, monuments and traditions. From its distinctive architecture, Andalusian charm and hours of sunshine, Seville certainly has a lot to offer.

Known for

  • Alcázar of Seville – This royal palace was built by Moorish Muslim kings and is renowned as one of the most beautiful palaces in Spain.
  • Seville Cathedral and Giralda – The world’s largest Gothic cathedral is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts an impressive bell tower, Giralda.
  • Flamenco Dancing – As flamenco dancing originates from Andalusia, Seville is the perfect place to see traditional flamenco dancing in one of the city’s ‘tablaos’.
  • Feria de Abril – The city’s most popular celebration held in spring is a week-long fair of drinking, dancing, eating and people dressing in the traditional suits and dresses of Andalusia.

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Seville may be well known for its oranges, but the city has so much more to offer. One of the city’s most famous landmarks is the Alcázar, the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, as the upper levels are still used by the royal family. Game of Thrones fans will also recognize the Alcázar as Dorne. Another attraction well worth visiting is Plaza de España, the city’s impressive square, and renting a boat to row around the moat is the perfect way to explore the area.

The city boasts an impressive Cathedral, and those willing to climb the Giralda Tower will be treated to remarkable views, particularly of the Alcázar and Barrio Santa Cruz. If the climb is not for you, head to EME Rooftop Terrace and enjoy a cocktail and great views over the Cathedral, which is especially impressive after nightfall when its spires and towers are lit up.

For those looking to experience the Andalusian culture, head to La Carbonería, a traditional Spanish bar with authentic flamenco dancing and guitar. To sample some Andalusian cuisine, visit Mercado de la Encarnación, a food market with over 30 food stalls hidden underneath the famous Metropol Parasol. Metropol Parasol, also known as ‘Las Setas’ (which translates to 'mushrooms'), is the largest wooden structure in the world.

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