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Seville is the capital of Andalusia and the cultural and monetary centre of southern Spain. A town of over 700,000 residents (1.6 million in the cosmopolitan district, making it Spain's 4th biggest city), Seville is Andalucia's top spot, with plenty to offer.


  • Museum of Fine Arts of Seville was founded in the 19th century in the previous Convent of La Merced. It holds several masterpieces by Murillo, Valdés Leal, Pacheco, Zurbarán, and others masters of the Baroque .
  • The Velázquez Centre is situated at the Old Priests Medical facility in the touristic Santa Cruz area.
  • The Museum of Arts and Traditions, located in the América Plaza, in front of the Archaeological museum.
  • The Andalusian Modern Art Center, located in the area of La Cartuja.
  • The Archaeological Museum, which includes compilations from the Tartessian and Roman time frames, located in América plaza at the María Luisa Park.
  • The Carriages Museum, in the Los Remedios area.
  • The Flamenco Art Museum.
  • The Naval Museum, settled in the golden Torre del Oro, beside the river Guadalquivir.
  • The Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, a private collection which includes several of the mosaic floors found in the close by Roman city of Italica.
  • The Castillo de San Jorge is located near the Triana market, beside the Isabel II bridge. It was the last seat for the Spanish Inquisition.

Weather in Seville, Spain

The weather in Seville is typically decent all through the year, even though the months of July and August may be very warm for some people, in spite of the fresh sea breeze. If you do choose to explore in the course of those warmer months, it may be well worth choosing an apartment in Seville which has air conditioning as temperature levels can frequently hit the mid thirties degrees Celsius. Autumn months can be accompanied by heavy rainfall, and it is typically thought that the springtime months are the most enjoyable time to explore.

Cultural tourist attractions in Seville

  • The Basilica of Seville was once judged the 3rd biggest church worldwide after Saint Peter's in Rome and Saint Paul's in London, it is now arguably the biggest church worldwide when compared using the measurement of volume. Seville's 15th century basilica occupies the site of the former mosque constructed in the late 12th century. The central nave climbs to an extraordinary 37 metres over a total area of 11,520 square metres. The Basilica is the final resting spot of the remains of Christopher Columbus.
  • The Real Alcázar is an attractive palace in Moorish style, constructed in the 14th Century by Pedro I the Cruel. With its myriad rooms, extravagant design, luxurious backyards with several courtyards, ponds and secrets to be visited, it is a fascinating spot to explore. Be sure to check out the room where Christopher Columbus's trip to the Americas were organised. You can see his coat of arms embroidered on the wall together with several other royals. In the heat of summer months palace presents a fresh oasis from the suns glare.
  • La Giralda is a large and attractive minaret tower, initially planned for the chief mosque, however now is the spectacular bell tower of the Basilica and a sign of of Seville. Climb the 34 ramps for a nice view of the city.
  • The Jewish Neighborhood (Barrio Santa Cruz) is situated around the Basilica. It is full of little winding streets and is typically regarded as the most cosy part of the town, however it is at the same time relatively touristy.
  • Casa de Pilatos is a 16th century palace and generally thought to be one of the finest in the town.
  • Plaza de Espana is the site of the Spanish pavilion from the 1929 exhibition. Lately it was used in the filming of the new Star Wars episodes. It is slightly in need of repair.
  • Universidad de Sevilla was once the Tobacco Factory of Seville and was constructed in the 18th century by Sebastián Van der Bocht. Over the main entrance, the triangular facade ends in a statue of La Fama (fame). The tobacco factory was then the biggest industrial construction in Spain. A monopoly assured high income, which is reflected in the factory's design and bordering Gardens. Its chapel and prison complement the main construction. In the inner parts you will discover remarkable stairways, water fountains and Patios. It was the setting for the 1st act of Bizet's opera Carmen. In 1953 the factory was transformed into the main building of Seville University.
  • The Lebrija Palace is regarded as the “best paved house-palace in Europe” owing to its series of Roman mosaics, which paved virtually the entire ground floor. There is likewise a series of columns, amphora, parapets, vases and statues of incalculable worth. On the upper floor you can explore the mansions once populated by the Countess and her decedents, up to only a couple years ago; exceptionally well maintained, they are these days loaded with ornaments and furniture from all over the world, priceless artwork by Bruegel, Van Dyke, Alonso Cano, amongst others, in addition to compilations of porcelain and glass.

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Town is recommended for

Suitable for older people, Romantic trips, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Adventure and Sport, People with Disabilities, Girls Getaway, Sightseeing, Tourists without a Car, Families with pets

Sevilla, Spain - General details

Arboretum, atm, botanical garden, churches, fitness centre, supermarkets, hospital, library, marina, water parks, theme parks, zoo, rich gastronomic offer, tennis clubs, swimming, walking paths, rent a bike, fishing, horse riding, golf courses, mountain biking, casinos, hiking paths

Sevilla, region of Andalusia - Distances

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    Sevilla - Madrid: 391 km
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    Sevilla - Barcelona: 830 km
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    Sevilla - Tablada (5+ apartments): 3 km
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    Sevilla - Cerro del Aguila (1+ accommodation units): 3 km
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    Sevilla - Triana (72+ apartments): 4 km
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    Sevilla - San Lazaro (4+ villas): 4 km
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    Sevilla - Gambogar (49+ accommodation units): 4 km
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    Sevilla - Camas (1+ apartments): 5 km
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    Sevilla - Torreblanca de los Canos (3+ apartments): 6 km
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    Sevilla - Castilleja de la Cuesta (0+ accommodation units): 7 km
  • Airport "Jerez De La Frontera", town of Jerez De La Frontera (Air Berlin, Ryanair, Iberia Airlines, Formosa Airlines): 71 km

Tourist attractions and sights

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    Royal palace Alcazar, Seville, 1 km from the centre of town of Sevilla.
    The Alcázar is among the most emblematic huge compounds in the town of Sevilla. This is a fortified castle which construction was ordered by Abd Al Ramn III in the year 913. The historic evolution of Seville in the last millennium is held inside its wall structures and gardens. You should not miss it when exploring the town of Seville.
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    Square Espana, Seville, 1.1 km from the centre of town of Sevilla.
    Espana plaza is a plaza situated in the Parque de María Luisa developed in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 by Aníbal González. Anibal combined a style influenced by the Renaissance with traditional elements from the town: ceramics, wrought iron and brick. Measuring 50,000 square metres, the Square is the size of five football pitches. By the walls of the Square are several tiled alcoves, each standing for a different district of Spain.
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    Santa Cruz, Seville, 1.2 km from the centre of town of Sevilla.
    Santa Cruz, is the main traveler neighborhood of Seville, surrounded by the Real Alcázar, Calle Santa Maria La Blanca/San José, Calle Mateas Gago and the Jardines de Murillo. The primary landmarks are the Basilica and Giralda, previously a minaret, the Royal Castle Alcázar and the baroque Hospital of the Venerables. The Santa Cruz district is as well well-known for the attractive gardens found within the inner parts of a number of homes.
  • Tower Giralda Seville, 1.5 km from the centre of town of Sevilla.
    Tower Giralda was initially developed as a minaret for a mosque, even though it has since been transformed into a bell tower. The climb up is reasonably simple because of the ramps and there are a number of places to stop and catch your breath. Construction was started on La Giralda in 12th century and lasted for 12 years. The present bell room at the top was added to the tower in the 16th century. The 360 degrees scenic view from the top makes the additional effort to reach it really worth it.
  • Church Colegial del Salvador, Seville, 1.7 km from the centre of town of Sevilla.
    Even though building work on this church began in the 17th century, on its site there was also a Roman holy place, Visigothic cathedral, a Palaeochristian and Mozarab. Within, the dome, the primary reredos and the sacramental chapel are spectacular.
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    Golf club Real Sevilla, 6.1 km from the centre of town of Sevilla.
    Golf club Real Sevilla was created by José María Olazábal in 1992. Situated in Alcala de Guadaira course is offering a peaceful and panoramic setting. Real Sevilla is a demanding course of broad fairways, innumerable bunkers, fairly flat and covered with more than 10,000 trees. Vicinity of Nature park Oromana, as well as its proximity towards the town centre of Seville make this golf club strongly appealing.
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    Golf club Zaudin, 7.5 km from the centre of town of Sevilla.
    Golf club Zaudin is situated only a 10 mins drive of the heart of Seville, in the zone of the Aljarafe. The course is settled in parkland with two strategically placed lakes which come into play at a number of holes.

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