Sevilla is the fourth largest city in Spain, the most beautiful one in the South and the Capital of Andalucia.
Famous for Flamenco, bullfights, tapas, the most impressive Semana Santa, the Feria de Abril and the gipsy culture. Furthermore, it’s the city with the highest temperatures in Europe.
Once a rich muslim city and the most important port to and from America during the Spanish Golden Age, Sevilla has a unique artistic, historical and architectonic richness.
The Alcazar of Seville is, in our opinion, one of the greatest wonders ever built. It’s the oldest royal palace still in use today.
In Sevilla we also find the largest Cathedral and the Impressive Plaza de España.
With the land full of sun, the streets full of life, and the smell of orange blossom in the air, there are plenty of reasons to come and visit this beautiful city!
We recommend to bring:
Sweater or jacket
Food and drinks
Ayuntamiento de Málaga (Avenida Cervantes)
Visit Sevilla, Barrio Santa Cruz, Torre del Oro, Plaza de España, Alcazares, Catedral, Puente de Triana.