There are charming and astonishing monuments in Sevilla, one of the best cities to visit in Spain that shows its rich history and culture to visitors. It is easy to explore the monuments of this city on foot, with Islamic and Roman culture influences considered as one of “the old towns” in Europe. Among the beautiful monuments that definitely captivate visitors, there are some that don’t have to be missed during a visiting to Sevilla.
The most fascinating monuments in the cultural and financial capital of southern Spain are the Cathedral of Sevilla, the third largest in the world, the palace Real Alcazar, built during various times and with great Arabian style, the Giralda Tower originally a minaret and turned into a bell tower for the cathedral and "Archivo General de Indias", an archive of documents about the discovery of America. Each of these monuments is declared a “World Heritage Building by the UNESCO”.
Best monuments in Sevilla
It is located between Plaza of San Francisco and Plaza Nueva and it shows the Renaissance developed in 16th century.
It is one of the main attractions in Sevilla; it houses lots of statues and it’s said that resembles the real Pontius Pilates home.
The Cathedral of Sevilla is the largest cathedral in Spain and hosts many artworks from ancient times.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site built in 17th century, find historical and artistic information.