Sevilla was founded as a Roman city approximately 2,200 years ago. It’s the capital of Spain’s southern Andalucía region and the fourth largest city in Spain. An intensely passionate, vibrant culture combines with friendly and welcoming locals to make a perfect destination to experience true, authentic Spain. Bask in Sevilla’s sun-soaked, medieval streets and enjoy all this fantastic city has to offer.
World Class Architectural Landmarks
Sevilla is now home to three UNESCO World Heritage sites, which are the magnificent Alcázar Castle, which was built in the 10th century, the Gothic Cathedral where Christopher Columbus’ tomb lies, and the Archive of the Indies. Visiting each of these historical, architectural landmarks is essential to experiencing Sevilla as a whole.
The Home of Tapas and Flamenco
The city’s streets and squares are lively and atmospheric, as are the bars and restaurants that provide endless tapas. Sevilla is famous for its tapas, which is an experience unto itself. Tapas culture provides a culinary adventure which allows visitors to try anything and everything and learn the ins and outs of Andalucian cuisine. Also, flamenco is the prominent art form which exhibits the city’s past and present as a melting pot of Sephardic, Moorish, and Catholic influences. Bars and venues throughout the city put on fabulous flamenco shows displaying guitar, song, and dance, which allow the viewer to gain access to one of the most beloved and valued parts of the city’s culture.