Seville is a city of great artistic, historical and monumental value offering a wide range of cultural activities, festivals and traditions. There are theatres, museums and cultural areas that place it among the most important cities of Spain. And in the streets you can inhale the greatest Andalusian tradition, the cheerful and friendly demeanour of its people, and the art of good living. It is well accessed by highway, high-speed AVE train whose Santa Justa train station is 2 km from the city centre, and by the San Pablo Airport only 12 km away.
Seville has a very long and rich history that manifests itself in every step taken in the city. The streets tell a story of the different monuments of its history, with countless churches and monasteries, palaces, hospitals, museums, theatres and universities in addition to multiple buildings of the two international exhibitions held in Seville in the twentieth century.
Its gastronomy, like its history, is extensive and varied. There are hundreds of local products that can be enjoyed in its many terraces and tapas bars. And also enjoy a wide range of restaurants of different national varieties and of international cuisine.
Apart from the many craft and antique shops that abound in the historic centre, Seville offers visitors a wide variety of fashion and accessory shops, and articles from international firms. Its famous Calle Sierpes and Tetuan in the centre of town offer a large number of shops wher you can buy all kinds of items.
Links of interest:
Turismo de Sevilla
Turismo de la Provincia de Sevilla
What to see in Seville
Cathedral and Giralda
San Telmo Palaceo
Bullring La Maestranza
Fine Art Museum
Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares
Conjunto Archaeológico de Italica
Real Alcázar de Sevilla