Feria of SevilleLights, colour, excitement, horses and flamenco; the Feria of Seville is one of the most important celebrations in Spain.
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Seville AirportAlso known as the San Pablo Airport, Seville has a small airport that has been designed based on Andalusian culture.
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TrianaHumble, simple and authentic; sitting on the other side of the river to the rest of the city, Triana is the most charming neighbourhood in Seville.
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Santa Cruz NeighbourhoodSanta Cruz is one of the most special, authentic neighbourhoods in Seville and it's a true pleasure to wander around its narrow streets.
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GiraldaBuilt as a minaret for the Mosque, and converted years later into the Cathedral's bell tower, the Giralda is the most emblematic monument in Seville.
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Torre del OroThe Torre del Oro is one of the most well-known monuments in Seville, originally a defensive structure, it is now home to the Naval Museum.
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Plaza de EspañaBuilt for the Ibero-America Exhibition of 1929, Plaza de España is one of the most famous and well-loved landmarks in Seville.
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Triana BridgeDeclared as a National Historical Monument in 1976, this bridge crosses the River Guadalquivir to link the heart of the city with the Triana neighbourhood.
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AlcazarHaving survived through various periods of history, the stunning Real Alcazar is one of the world's oldest palaces that is still in use.
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General Archive of the IndiesThe General Archive of the Indies is one of the most emblematic places in Seville; a symbol of the powerful past of the Spanish Empire.
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Palace of the Countess of LebrijaHidden behind a typical Sevillian façade, the Palace of the Countess of Lebrija is one of the city's most striking hidden treasures.
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AntiquariumThe Antiquarium is a valuable archaeological space, that contains important Roman, Visigothic and Islamic relics.
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Casa de PilatosCasa de Pilatos is a lavish palace with an attractive mixture of the architectural styles that can be seen throughout the city.
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Metropol ParasolThe Metropol Parasol is a modern, wooden structure with an excellent viewpoint and a valuable archaeological area.
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Palace of the Dukes of AlbaThe Palace of the Dukes of Alba is an impressive building full of artwork, making it one of the most visited monuments in Seville.
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Hospital de los VenerablesLocated in the central neighbourhood of Santa Cruz, the Hospital de los Venerables was built to house retired priests.
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Hospital de la CaridadFounded in the 15th century as a burial ground for those sentenced to death, the Hospital de la Caridad is one of the city's most loved places.
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Maestranza BullringThe Maestranza is one of the most important bullrings in Spain and one of the most visited monuments in Seville.
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Museum of Art & Popular CustomsLocated in an exceptional building in the María Luisa Park, the Museum of Art and Popular Customs was created to display traditional Andalusian culture.
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Museum of Fine ArtsOpened in 1835, the Museum of Fine arts has not stopped growing, becoming one of the most important art galleries in Spain.
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Archaeological MuseumSituated in the María Luisa Park, the Archaeological Museum allows you to discover the city's past so as to understand its present.
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Flamenco Dance MuseumThe Flamenco Dance Museum combines tradition and modernity to offer an interactive experience which introduces visitors to the world of flamenco.
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CathedralThe Cathedral of Seville is the world's largest Gothic cathedral and one of the most important places of interest in the city.
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Divine Salvador ChurchConstructed on the ruins of an old mosque, the Divine Salvador Church is the largest religious building in Seville, after the Cathedral.
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María Luisa ParkThe María Luisa Park is the green heart of Seville, one of the prettiest parks in Spain and one of the most-loved places in the city.
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