Seville City Breaks
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Seville hosts Spain's most exhuberant fiestas and has a fascinating multicultural history which makes this vibrant city so popular with short break travellers. It's the best place to see traditional Spanish bullfighting and flamenco dancing, and sample some of the country's finest cuisine.
AlcazarOriginally a Moorish fort, this Royal Palace was rebuilt by craftsmen in the 14th century and served as a royal residence. The upper floors of this beautiful Mudéjar style palace are still used by the Spanish royal family to the present day.
Plaza de EspanaLocated in Maria Luisa Park, this grand plaza was built especially for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. The harmonius complex was built in a typical Andalucian style and decorated with painted ceramic tiles known as azulejos.
Giralda TowerSeville's most emblematic monument was originally a minaret up until the Christian conquest of 1568 when a belltower was added. It is inscripted with the Seville motto of NO8DO, meaning 'Seville has not abandoned me'.
Torre del OroSpanish for 'Gold Tower', this twelve-sided landmark was erected in the 12th century by the Moors to protect the city from Christian invaders.Today, the tower is open to the public as a naval museum containing artifacts, engravings and letters.
Seville CathedralThis magnificent Roman Catholic cathedral is the largest cathedral in Spain and the third largest across the globe. It was built on the site of a grand Almohad Mosque in the 16th century and today it has the longest nave in Spain.
Popular Arts MuseumA fascinating museum celebrating the traditional crafts of Spain, housed in the grand Mudéjar Pavillion. Inside you will find a vast display of artwork, costumes and furniture, plus detailed exhibitons on leatherwork and ceramics.