Essential Tourist Attractions
Built 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.
The Cathedral of Seville is the world's largest Gothic cathedral and one of the most important places of interest in the city.
The 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.
Built for the Ibero-America Exhibition of 1929, Plaza de España is one of the most famous and well-loved landmarks in Seville.
Declared as a National Historical Monument in 1976, this bridge crosses the River Guadalquivir to link the heart of the city with the Triana neighbourhood.
Having survived through various periods of history, the stunning Real Alcazar is one of the world's oldest palaces that is still in use.
The General Archive of the Indies is one of the most emblematic places in Seville; a symbol of the powerful past of the Spanish Empire.
The 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.
Humble, 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.
Santa Cruz is one of the most special, authentic neighbourhoods in Seville and it's a true pleasure to wander around its narrow streets.
Hidden behind a typical Sevillian façade, the Palace of the Countess of Lebrija is one of the city's most striking hidden treasures.
The Antiquarium is a valuable archaeological space, that contains important Roman, Visigothic and Islamic relics.
Casa de Pilatos is a lavish palace with an attractive mixture of the architectural styles that can be seen throughout the city.
The Metropol Parasol is a modern, wooden structure with an excellent viewpoint and a valuable archaeological area.
The Palace of the Dukes of Alba is an impressive building full of artwork, making it one of the most visited monuments in Seville.
Located in the central neighbourhood of Santa Cruz, the Hospital de los Venerables was built to house retired priests.
Founded 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.
Constructed on the ruins of an old mosque, the Divine Salvador Church is the largest religious building in Seville, after the Cathedral.
The Maestranza is one of the most important bullrings in Spain and one of the most visited monuments in Seville.