The capital of Andalusia is one of the most recognized Spanish cities and one of the most visited by tourists from around the world. Seville has a truly exceptional historical and monumental heritage in its interior, a legacy of the different cultures, mainly Roman and Arab, that inhabited these lands on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Dozens of charming places stand out, showing one of the most emblematic civil and religious architecture in Spain: the Giralda and the Alcázart, both built during different historical periods, the imposing Cathedral of Seville, the Archivo de Indias, the Plaza de España or the Torre del Oro, the latter recognized by UNESCO in 1987.
The Hispalense Capital
Seville was the door of America in the era of discoveries. Its magnificent location and the Puerto del Guadalquivir prompted the city to control trade with the new world, in one of its most splendid historical eras. Some time ago, during the time of Muslim domination, Seville was proclaimed Kingdom of Taifas.
Nowadays Seville offers the image of a modern Andalusian city, proud of its culture, which shares with the visitor characteristic corners with the smell of orange blossom and in which flamenco – declared Intangible Heritage by UNESCO – takes a leading role in the numerous tablaos in the city.Book now your transfer from Malaga Airport to Sevilla