Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

It is true that some cities have outdoor beauty and amazing buildings, while others have personality. Incredible combination of both, Seville is actually the capital and the largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia and the province of Seville, Spain. Located on the plain of the River Guadalquivir, Seville has a metropolitan population of about 1.5 million. Those millions of people, making this city to be recognizable as the fourth-largest city in Spain. Seville has a subtropical Mediterranean climate, therefore, during the day is 25 °C and nights reaching 13 °C.

The most beautiful of all Spanish cities is able to leave everyone breathless. As tourist who want to visit all the attractions in Seville, you must not miss exquisite architecture of “Real Alcazar” – the first European royal residence with amazing palaces and beautiful gardens, the landmark “Tore Del Oro” and the gorgeous Baroque church in the “Hospital De Los Venerable”.

Alcazar

Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Archaeological Museum

Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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The river Guadalquivir, within years is mainly port and world center which paves the way for the splendor and glory. Cathedral of Seville is the third largest in the world with the famous bell tower, 98 meters high. Besides the wealth of styles, from the Arabic, Gothic, Renaissance to Baroque, this city proudly kept the tomb of Colombo.

Giralda

Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Seville Cathedral

Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Seville viewed from the Giralda

Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Visiting Seville, you must to look at least one bullfight in the famous arena „Plaza de Toros“, which can accommodate 14 thousand people. If you reserve your tickets in time, they can be purchased for a favorable price of 15 Euros. Throughout history, different cultures have varied influences, from Romans, Moors and Jews to Christians, but every place in this city has it is own story.

Spain Square

Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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Wet and cold winters can be spiced up with the Sevillanas type of dance, as known as flamenco. And the beaches of Costa del Sol are temptation if you want to escape of the long, dry and hot summer days. Seville is one exotic and unusual city and that makes it the perfect destination for romance and quick escape from reality. I know one thing for sure, if you decide to visit Seville city, you will spend unforgettable moments.

Torre del Oro, Golden Tower

Seville City – The Top of The Spanish Exoticism

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