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Seville

Seville is one of the most important cities of Spain, a place where the Moorish and Christian art come together to form a fantastic art performance. Andalusia is the mother of flamenco and Seville, a place where bullfighting is also very popular.
In the capital you will find architectural works such as the Giralda, the Archive of the Indies, a wonderful cathedral, the famous Plaza España, the Torre de Oror and the royal Alcazar; in short, the perfect setting for the development of operas as "Carmen".
Stroll through one of the largest historical centers of Spain and visit the fair in April or the Lope de Vega theatre as the most important cultural centres in Seville.  The city on the banks of the Guadalquivir provides a vast cultural offerings and has one of the warmest climates in the country, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations. Do not miss the opportunity to meet friendly  and fun people of Andalusia while you walk through one of the most beautiful cities in Spain.

Highlights 
Visit a historic city where Muslim and Christian art come together.
Experience the Andalusian folklore capital.
Meet friendly and open people.
Enjoy the warm weather of Andalusia.
Transport 
Seville has bus lines, tram and metro systems as well as an international airport.
The best of the city 

Giralda: It was for centuries the tallest building in Spain and currently remains at Seville, and one of the most famous buildings in Andalusia. It was declared a National Heritage and in 1987 joined the list of World Heritage Sites. The special thing about that bell bottom is that two-thirds of the tower are the minaret of the old mosque of the city, while the upper third belongs to Christianity.

Feria de Abril: The “Feria de Abril” is known internationally and consists in  booths and attractions that are installed in the Fairgrounds neighborhood of Los Remedios. It is a tradition to wear the typical flamenco dress, as well as participate in the typical dance of the city: "Sevillanas" and drink chamomile or go to the bullfights.

Metropol Parasol of the Encarncación: Due to its structure in the form of fungi, it is popularly known as the Mushroom of the Incarnation. Their facility houses a commercial market and restaurant, a place of entertainment, a lookout and museum Antiquarium. An architectural work worth seeing.

Flamenco: Flamenco is a Spanish style of music and dance which has its origin in Andalusia. The most widespread theory about its formation is that it was the cultural mix that occurred in Andalusia (Muslims, Christians, Jews, Gypsies, etc.) which led to the origin of this genre. The singing, music and dancing are the main aspects of flamenco. In 2010 UNESCO declared the flamenco Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Seville centre: Seville has one of the largest historical center of Europe. A walk through the old town will transport you to distant times and the mixing of cultures that make up the city.

Real Alcázar of Seville: The Alcázar of Sevilles a royal palace originally a Moorish fort. The upper levels of the Alcázar are still used by the royal family as the official Seville residence and are administered by the Patrimonio Nacional.

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Climate

Climate 
The climate of Seville is known for its dry summers and mild winters. It has an average of 18 º C during the year, making it one of the warmest European cities.
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