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Built by Castilian Christians for King Peter of Castile, the Real Alcazar is the oldest royal palace of Europe which is still in use. Located in the heart of the city, it features exquisite rooms with flawless tiles and coffered ceilings decorated with plasterwork. With a fascinating collection and beautifully tiled plinths, the castle highlights two courtyards; 'Patio de las Dancellas' and 'Patio de las Munecas'. The manicured gardens and serene fountains offer a peaceful spot to its excursionists. The top floor of the fortress has been refurbished and embellished with tapestries, marvel clocks, crystal lamps from La Granja, furniture, antiquates and amazing collection of paintings. You will be surprised to know that the location of the popular television series 'Games of Thrones' featured in the Real Alcazar. The visiting hours for Real Alcazar is from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Crowned with the title World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Seville Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral. With fifteen doors on its four facades, it is awe-inspiring in its grand scale of a central nave with the height of forty-two meters. The building highlights some elements and attributes of an ancient mosque. It consists of the Giralda, the bell tower, the monumental tomb of Capilla Mayor and Christopher Columbus with the gleaming gold altarpiece.
Plaza De Espana
Plaza De Espana is a landmark of majestic architecture with a great fusion of Moorish Revival and Renaissance Revival styles of Spanish structure. It is indeed a romantic place. A canal of more than five hundred meters allows you to travel by boat along its side. Mainly used as a location for featuring films, it is known as the 'Venice of Seville'. You can visit the Plaza De Espana anytime you wish. It is open twenty-four hours a day.
Torre Del Oro
The prime witness of the turbulent history of Seville, Torre Del Oro is famous as the Museum of Maritime. Located on the edge of the river, it features a watchtower with a height of thirty-six meters. It comprises of three sections, out of which two are dodecagonal. One built by Almohads and the other by Pedro, the third has a cylindrical shape with a dome on top of it. Torre Del Oro has a small, impressive navel museum of two floors with a panoramic terrace. You can explore it whenever you want between 9:30 am to 6:45 pm.
Isla Magica opens the door to enjoyment. The park allows you to experience the thrilling, adventurous rides. Being the best destination spot to enjoy with friends and family, it consists of one-of-a-kind rides with records for height, size, and speed. With the theme of the sixteenth-century Spanish colonial adventures, Isla Magica features high speed 360 degrees turns, twisty rides, hair-raising spinners and ferocious roller coasters for daredevils. It provides the quietest adventures with extreme heights where you can enjoy with a family group. If you are looking for the most chaotic and impressive rides, then this park welcomes you with its arms open. High speed, steep drops, fast turns, quick stops, rapid movements, and twisted ups and downs. Wow! The Isla Magica is the cynosure of breath-taking rides. You can enjoy the thrill and adventure of this amusement park only on weekends from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Located in the old quarter of Seville, Metropol Parasol is the most massive wooden structure in the world featuring the dimensions of 150 meters by 70 meters with a height of twenty-six meters. Popularly known as 'Las Setas De La Encarnacion', the building comprises of six parasols in the shape of huge mushrooms. The ground floor exhibits the Antiquarium with Roman and Moorish styles. The first floor consists of the Central Market with an open-air public plaza for events and concerts. Panoramic terraces, restaurants, and cafes highlighted on the second and third level of Metropol Parasol. You can visit this building between 10:00 am to 10:30 for the days.
Some towns blast you away while the others steadily win you over. Seville seduces you disarmely. Its historic center is an intoxicating fusion of resplendent Mudejar palaces, winding medieval lanes and baroque churches lorded over by a colossal Gothic cathedral. Flamenco clubs keep the intensity and intimacy of this century's old tradition alive recalling the past glory of whilst aristocratic mansions of Seville as a highlight Moorish capital and the sixteenth-century metropolis rich on the back of New World Trade. As the history reverberates all around, the city has much to know about its past. The master arts, celebrating nights, great annual festivals, Semana Santa, Feria de Abril, and appealing carnivals are Spain's most heartfelt.
How to Get Tickets?
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How To Get Around?
Seville has multiple means to travel within the city. You will quickly get buses, metros, trolleys, and trams to explore the city. The buses network covers the entire city and is comparatively cheaper than taxis. Take taxis, private cabs or hire a self-driven vehicle to explore this beautiful city. You can get around the main shopping area and restaurants by merely walking.
What Should I Wear?
Pick the dresses of your choice. Printed dresses with high heels will look gorgeous. If you want to look stylish then should carry fashionable and trendy accessories along with bold lipsticks. Layers and jackets are must if you are planning to travel in winter months. Ballet flats, flip-flops, and sandals are the excellent options for footwear.
Best Time to Visit
March to May is perfect months for exploring Seville. These months offer mild temperature, lesser rush with mind-boggling hotel rates except special events.
Will I Need a Guide?
No. This website provides enough information that you will require for this tour. It is the best guide.
How To Get There?
Seville is easily accessible by airplane, train or car. You can book your flight to Seville International Airport which is just a few kilometers away from the city. Moreover, the train is the convenient option to choose for travel. Catch the train from domestic towns for Sevilla Santa Justa Station. Getting in by bus and car is also suitable.
The luxurious boutiques, lavish bars, small street cafes, and cabaret stages of the old town attracts gaggles of tourists and locals. Try to cover the majority of a destination spot. It is the paradise for those who love shopping. As being a huge tourist destination spot, you may get into the trap of pickpockets. Take care of your valuables. Try to carry credit and debit cards instead of cash.