Seville / Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain

Seville is a beautiful romantic city it is the home of bullfights, flamenco, and the birthplace of tapas, it is a gastronomical playground.

One of Seville's premier attractions is the stunning Alcázar, it is a medieval Islamic palace, it incorporates a unique fusion of Spanish Christian and Moorish architecture. The Patio of the Dolls, Ambassador's room, Patio of the maidens, all of them are simply magnificent.

The Cathedral is a majestic building which dates back to the 15th century and claims to be the third largest building of its kind in the world and the largest built in Gothic style. You can get to Giralda Tower from inside the Cathedral, there is no charge for going up the tower and the views over Seville are amazing from the top.

The white-washed houses with flower-filled patios, winding, cobbled streets lead you to hidden baroque churches, intimate plazas, great shopping areas, and world-renowned museums.

Ramble through the winding alleys of the city's former Jewish quarter (Santa Cruz), then cross the historically important Guadalquivir River to Triana the traditional home of gypsies and flamenco.

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