The city of Seville is one of those cities with great attractions, is not more than say that it is one of the most attractive of all Spain. With its impressive monuments and traditions every year dazzles who visit. Several days will be needed to traverse the city, due to the number and diversity of places of interest and the great attractions that encloses. Then you mentioned the most interesting to visit, in the event that you have little time, monuments and buildings that propose a forced walk: La Catedral: is the largest in the world and at the same time Gothic Cathedral, because of its size the third Christian Temple, after the Basilica of San Pedro of the Vatican in Rome and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Due to the Majesty of its characteristics, it was declared by UNESCO World Heritage in 1987.
The Giralda tower: the renowned Bell Tower of the Cathedral of Seville and the most emblematic Tower in the city. The Giralda was built in the 12th century with a pointed analogy to the Marrakech Koutoubia mosque. Your Coronation of Renaissance style was designed between 1558 and 1568. The Reales Alcazares: Is the oldest Royal Palace in Europe. Among some of the most important rooms are: the courtyard of the maidens, the Hall of Kings, the Hall of the Emperor, the Hall of ambassadors and the gardens of the Alcazar. Other sites that deserve special attention are: the Plaza of Spain, the Tower of gold and the Barrio de Santa Cruz. When you visit a hotel, hostel or other place in Seville, don’t forget shopping and purchase some wonderful traditional products, as their blankets and their ceramic ornaments.