Sevilla's Cathedral and the Giralda

The largest Gothic cathedral in the world. This temple seats where the Great Mosque used to be in the 12th century.

Today, only the minaret remains, “la Giralda,” the most representative tower in the city, 341 feet high. The Cathedral's monumental complex also includes the captivating Patio de los Naranjos and the Capilla Real.

Reales Alcázares de Sevilla

The Alcázar of Seville is a palace fort that combines different styles, from Mudejar art to Gothic architecture.

Inside, the space is arranged around two courtyards: Las Doncellas and Las Muñecas. The oldest royal palace in Europe still in use features beautiful rooms decorated with large tapestries, as the Sala de los Reyes or the Salón del Emperador.

Barrio de Santa Cruz

Filled with cobblestone streets and charming little squares, the Santa Cruz quarter is one of the most important and popular ones in Seville.

The neighbourhood is full of whitewashed aristocratic houses and palaces with beautiful covered in flowers. The former Jewish quarter of Seville stretches across the historic-artistic city centre and features 12th century monuments.



Centro Cerámica Triana

Centro Cerámica Triana

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It is located in the same place which was occupied by the emblematic factory of Santa Ana. The kilns have been restored and enhanced; the routes and relationships between professions mirror those existing in those very same places long time ago.


The country's capital and financial centre, Madrid combines modern infrastructures such as the “Puerta de Europa” (Gate of Europe), and a rich cultural, artistic and architectural heritage like its famous historic quarter or the “Madrid de los Austrias” (The Madrid of the Habsburgs). ​​​

The capital of Catalonia boasts a great amount of architectural treasures and a rich historic heritage.​

Located on the banks of the Ebro river, the streets of the capital of Aragon preserve a rich monumental legacy left behind by Romans, Muslims, Jews and Christians.​​