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  • Meredith Peters

Seville: Revealing the Charms of Spain's Enchanting Gem

Seville, located in the beautiful Andalusia region of Spain, is a breathtaking destination that offers an abundance of sights and activities for travelers. From its rich history and stunning architecture to its vibrant culture and delicious cuisine, this Spanish city has become one of the most sought-after vacation spots.

This picturesque city is so photogenic with a fascinating blend of old and modern architecture.

panoramic view of Seville, Spain
Seville, Spain

Sites to see in Seville Spain
The Alcazar

The Alcazar, built for the Christian king Peter of Castile, is part of a royal palace that the Spanish royal family still uses. This gorgeous UNESCO World Heritage site's grand staterooms and regal halls are well-preserved, and the gardens and courtyards are equally stunning.

Giralda Bell Tower in Seville Spain
Giralda Bell Tower

Seville Cathedral is another incredible historical site and one of the world's biggest cathedrals. The tomb of Christopher Columbus lies inside, and you can see the cathedral's bell tower, the Giralda, an iconic part of the cathedral.

On a modern note, the Space Metropol Parasol at La Encarnación Square gives epic views of the city and makes a unique experience as you walk around the futuristic-looking structure. The largest wooden structure in the world features shopping, a museum, and restaurants.

Space Metropol Parasol  La Encarnacion Square Spain
Space Metropol Parasol

The Alamillo Bridge in Seville spain
The Alamillo Bridge

The Alamillo Bridge is another dramatic-looking contemporary structure. The white bridge spans the Canal de Alfonso XIII, and you can walk or drive over it to La Cartuja, where there is a big theme park and a popular riverside path for walking or cycling.

Another impressive site is Plaza de Espana. The semi-circle plaza and canal is a lovely place to stroll around with pretty bridges and wide-open spaces. Ride in a horse-drawn cart for some romantic moments.

Plaza de Espana Seville Spain
Plaza de Espana

The Triana district offers a blast of color with brightly painted shops and Moorish buildings. It is also a great place to catch some live flamenco music. Stop in at the Santa Ana Church, which was built in 1276. An interesting legend claims children who are baptized there will be blessed with a great flamenco voice.

Triana District Seville Spain
Triana District

More highlights of Seville

  • See some live Flamenco dancing

  • Hit a tapas bar to try some new flavors

  • Explore the old Jewish quarter

  • Shop till you drop at in the trendy La Alfalfa district, where you can find everything from shoes to clothing and jewelry

  • Stroll around Maria Luisa to enjoy the scenic botanical gardens

  • Buy some azulejo tiles and ceramics

  • Go museum hopping and be sure to include the Museum of Fine Arts and Traditions

  • Do as the locals do and take an afternoon siesta

Get ready to say "hola," to your best vacation ever. Drop me a line today for more info about Seville and other incredible European destinations. I am looking forward to helping you plan a memorable vacation.


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