Seville travel guide
Belonging to the Andalusian community and its capital, Seville is located
in the south of the Iberian Peninsula and 20 meters above sea level. With
almost 700,000 inhabitants it is the fourth most populated city in Spain.
It is a city of great tourist interest, thanks to its many monuments, squares,
gardens and churches.
The river Guadalquivir is an important element for the city of Seville, which
is crossed by bridges of different styles. It is transited by tourist boats
and sporting competitions.
The salads and gazpacho are outstanding in their gastronomy. Similarly make
special mention of sweets, such as almonds, polvorones, alfajores and cakes.
The weather is cold in winter and very hot temperatures during the summer
Highlights on the festive plane the Easter in Seville and the famous April
fair with huts, attractions and dances for Sevillanas.
San Pablo Airport is located at a distance of 10 kilometres north of the
Museums and monuments of interest in Seville
• Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza: the first bullfighting
site in the world. It is located in the Plaza de Colon s/n.
• Torre del Oro: a 36-metre-high Almohad tower built
in the 13th century. It is also located in Paseo de Colón s/n.
• The Giralda: located in the Plaza de la Virgen de
los Reyes is the belfry of the cathedral of Santa Maria with a height of almost
• Barrio de Santa Cruz: typical district of Seville,
where we can visit the convents of Santa Teresa and Santa Maria and the squares
of Santa Maria, Santa Cruz and Doña Elvira.
Google map of Sevilla