Sevilla's Cathedral and the Giralda

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

Today, only the minaret remains, “la Giralda,” the most iconic 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. It is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe and 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 squares in Seville.

The neighbourhood is full of whitewashed aristocratic houses and beautiful palaces 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

All year

It is located in the area that was once occupied by the emblematic Santa Ana factory. The kilns have been restored and enhanced and it just seems as we were back in time.

Chocolate Museum

Chocolate Museum

Visit with advance booking

The largest chocolate museum in Spain (Estepa, only one hour from Sevilla) with the largest collection of objects and being considered one of the best in the world, next to that of Cologne (Germany).


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