Sevilla is a synthesis of the world, a city that embraces the Gualdalquivir river to open up to an unfathomable landscape. From the Cathedral to the Setas, from the Cartuja Monastery to the Casa de Pilatos, from the Antiquarium to the Palacio de Dueñas, Sevilla streets and squares are a trail of culture, heritage, history and good stories.
Many consider Sevilla the most beautiful city in both Andalusia and Spain. It's not surprising, with all the Arab influences, the narrow alleys, the parks and the great historic center (Barrio Santa Cruz).
Sevilla is also considered the birthplace of flamenco, dance and typical Spanish.