This majestic cathedral was finished in the 16th century, after a hundred years since the construction started, and replaced a former…
The tower was built between 1220 and 1221 by the Moors to defend the city from Christian invaders since it was a great observation point.
Sevilla and bull-fighting simply go together. If you are looking for a real cultural immersion, peek inside the majestic arena or visit one…
The old Jewish neighborhood takes its name from a Mudéjar style church that used to stand on Plaza de Santa Cruz.
Dating back to the Middle Ages, these gardens were originally small and full of large orchards.
This Baroque gem situated just across the cathedral is home to a priceless collection of classic Spanish paintings and sculptures.
This ornate basilica is home to the beautiful statue of Our Lady of Hope Macarena.
This magnificent bell tower dates back to 1184 and it is now one of the three remaining Almohad minarets in the whole world.
This wonderful building mixes Renaissance and Mudéjar Spanish styles. It serves as a residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli.
This marvelous Baroque palace was built in the 17th century as an academy for navigators.
This 16th-century palace was designed in Spanish Renaissance style by an outstanding architect Juan de Herrera, the designer of residences…
The magnificent and recently restored church dates back to the 18th century.
A calm and beautiful monastery located just outside the bustling city.
Learn about the darkest times of the Spanish Empire and visit the museum dedicated to the feared Spanish Inquisition.
Visit this museum to learn all there is to know about Sevilla's traditional dance - its origins, influences, and different styles.
A fascinating display of all of the most famous Spanish artist spanning from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. A must-visit for art fans.
The incredibly ornate town hall dates back to the 16th century and it is a great example of Plateresque architecture - an artistic movement…
This intriguing museum is set in a marvelous Mudejar building in the quaint Maria Luisa Park.
The museum is set in a Neo-Renaissance building constructed for the Latin American Expo of 1929.
This church is another beautiful example of Baroque architecture. Designed by a notable Sevillian architect Leonardo de Figueroa, it…
A former home of a wealthy countess dating back to the 16th century. The decorative exteriors and interiors are definitely worth seeing -…