Sevilla travel guide

SEVILLA TRAVEL

YOUR TRAVEL GUIDE TO SEVILLA
Sevilla Travel Guide

Attractions in Sevilla

Sevilla possesses many interesting attractions that foreigners enjoy when visiting the city. To take a walking tour and to take a guided bus tour, are, by far, the most recommendable ways to visit the city and learn its history at the same time.

If you are planning to visit Sevilla, the great Plaza de Espaa, really famous for its Moorish architectonic style and the Isla Mágica are two of the most important attractions not to be missed. In addition, many amusement parks, many live Flamenco shows and singular flea markets turn Sevilla into the main tourist destination for many people in the world. There is a special day when people see the interior of the principal buildings without paying anything.

Historically, Sevilla is considered as a cultural center in Spain because Romans, Jewish and Moorish people left their cultural legacy in the area. In fact, a number of museums show us this legacy in many ways such as paintings, sculptures, buildings, architectonic designing, etc.

In order to enjoy all the majesty and splendor of the Sevillian tourist attractions, you should stay for more than 4 days in the city. In addition, you can try the delicious tapas and drink exquisite beers in many nice restaurants in the area.

Most Important Attractions in Sevilla

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See

It is the largest Gothic cathedral worldwide, it was built in 16th century and in Spanish its name is Catedral de Santa Maria de la Sede.
Alcazar of Sevilla

Alcazar of Sevilla

It was constructed in 12th century and it is one of the top attractions located in the heart of Sevilla.
Plaza de Espaa

Plaza de Espaa

It is a huge half-circle with buildings continually running around the edge.
Metropol Parasol

Metropol Parasol

The Metropol Parasol is considered the world largest wooden structure; its known by locals as Setas de la Encarnacion.
Torre del Oro

Torre del Oro

The Torre de Oro was built at the end of the reign of the Taifa; its a military watchtower in Sevilla.


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