Once the heart of the Moorish Empire, the Andalusian capital of Seville still beats its rich North African heritage and delights with its modern, regional traditions.
Wander through the cobbled alleys of the Barrio Santa Cruz, once Seville’s Jewish quarter, strewn with orange trees and colourfully tiled patios, and stop for some delicious tapas in the local bars.
Visit the Alcazar complex of royal palaces, patios and gardens, still used today by Spain’s Royal family on state occasions, and learn its fascinating 1000-year-old history.
And don’t miss out on experiencing Andalusia’s legendary custom; flamenco.
Watch an awe-inspiring performance in one of Seville’s oldest tablaos, Los Gallos: a renovated historic home in the Plaza de Santa Cruz.If you find yourself in this vibrant city, Seville’s infectious lust for life will be sure to captivate you and leave you with unforgettable memories.