is the Andalucian capital and Spain's fourth-largest city. Bathed near the mouth
of the Guadalquivir River, Seville was the center of Spanish exploration and trade
in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Seville has a strong identity all its own, while its popular quarters, such as
Santa Cruz, are as interesting as its many monuments and old buildings. There
is the Alcazar, the beautiful Moorish castle-palace and the Torre del Oro (Tower
of Gold), an old bastion in the Moorish walls of the city. There is also a Gothic
cathedral, the third largest in Europe. This is where the tomb of Christopher
The newer of Seville's sights were built for Expo '92 with a new theme park, Isla
Mágica. Holy Week processions and April festival in the Spring are when
Seville really comes alive.
a guided tour of Seville´s charms, check out this City
Sightseeing Tour of Seville.
You can book online to be sure you have a spot.