Seville, Spain - City Travel Guide

The Andalusian city of Seville is found the south of Spain. Here you will find wonderful architecture, museums, beautiful gardens, bullfighting and lastly it will be easy to hear the famous Flamenco music.


The key Gothic and Moorish buildings from the old quarter of Seville are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Gothic Cathedral of Seville was built in the exact location of a former mosque. Certain parts with the mosque were reused with the cathedral, including a minaret which has been made into the Giralda (bell tower). This bell tower has a statue referred to as El Giraldillo at its peak which represents faith. The tower didn't have any stairs, just ramps, which allowed the Muezzin (Islamic religious official) to ride to # 1 on horseback. The bell tower offers magnificent views along the city.

Opposite the cathedral would be the Alcazar which had been when a Moorish Palace. The gardens listed below are an awesome traditional combination of Moorish, Christian and Andalusian design.

The Torre del Oro was built being a defensive watchtower overlooking the forest.

The baroque style University of Seville can be found in the exact location on the first tobacco factory in Europe. You are able to this 1700s building was the muse for the opera Carmen.

The Plaza de Espana, in Parque de Maria Luisa, was constructed to the Spanish-American Exhibition in 1929. Built on the periphery in the park, the Plaza de Espana was a showcase with the countrys industry and technology exhibitions.

The location has lots of museums like the Museum of a good Arts of Seville, the Archaeological Museum plus the Museum of Traditional Arts & Customs in the Parque de Maria Luisa, the Flamenco Art Museum, the Bullfighting Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Army Museum plus the Carriages Museum.

Seville has lots of parks and gardens, a lot of to note, among the finest include the beautifully landscaped Parque de Maria Luisa which consists of many monuments, the terraced Alcazar Gardens, the Gardens of Murillo, the Gardens of Catalina de Ribera and La Isla Magica (Cartuja Island) the theme park built in the exact location from the 1992 Universal Exposition of Seville.


Two of the most important festivals of Seville take place throughout the spring. These are Semana Santa and Feria de Sevilla.

The towns around Seville hold many festivals like the Day's Inmaculada (December) when the city's students dress in medieval costumes and perform tradition songs at the statue from the Virgin Inmaculada. Morning your children carry out the Danza de los Seises within the cathedral. In January there's the Procession of the Three Magi who visit on horsedrawn carriages giving sweets and gifts on the children.


Seville summers are incredibly hot with July being the hottest month with temperatures reaching a median most of 35C along with an average low of 19C. Winters are mild with January is the coldest month with average highs of 16C and average lows of 5C.

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