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Aníbal González

Aníbal González
Each city has some dates to remember, and of course Sevilla is one of those cities. For example, we can highlight 1503, only eleven years after America´s discovering, when the city achieved being the main exchange port between the new and the old world, getting an enormous [...]Sigue leyendo

The banyan tree

The banyan tree
“You must know that when you stare at a tree and you say it´s an oak or a banyan, this botanic word has conditioned your mind, standing between you and the tree. To keep in contact with it, we must place the hand on its trunk. The [...]Sigue leyendo

María Luisa Park

María Luisa Park
It´s the lung of Sevilla, the most beautiful green space in the city, which harmoniously combines nature and history. A long time ago it was part of Palacio de San Telmo gardens, property of the Dukes of Montpensier for some years. After the gardens went on to [...]Sigue leyendo

Palaces in Seville

Palaces in Seville
The main part of the palaces in Seville were built during the Renaissance period (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries). Several wealthy families converted their houses in sumptuous palaces, some of them real monuments declared cultural interested goods (BIC). Their structure tried to imitate the impressive Pedro I palace inside [...]Sigue leyendo

Convents in Seville

Convents in Seville
¿Did you know that Sevilla is known, among other names, as the city of the convents? After the reconquest, the main christian orders sited convents in Seville all around the city; especially in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, while the city played a very important commercial role. For [...]Sigue leyendo

The Giralda

The Giralda

Without a doubt, the Giralda is the city’s pride and joy. It is so beautiful that when King Ferdinand III reconquered Sevilla, he threatened any person who dare touch a single brick. Fortunately, the warning worked.

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Church of el Salvador

Church of el Salvador

After the Cathedral, this is the largest church in the city. It was originally a Visigoth church and later became a mosque. During the Moorish occupation is was the main church until it became too small and they decided to build a new mosque, which would eventually become the modern-day cathedral.

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Triana Neighborhood

Triana Neighborhood

Triana is a legendary neighborhood in Seville. Perhaps its complicated connection to the other side of the river over the centuries has helped shape its image as an “independent” city, with its own idiosyncrasies.

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Santa Cruz neighborhood

Santa Cruz neighborhood

Santa Cruz is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Seville, formed by a labyrinth of narrow streets, tranquil plazas, and houses with beautiful patios covered in flowers. It is also the richest in legends.

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Old Tobacco Factory

Old Tobacco Factory

The Old Tobacco Factory is one of the monumental buildings of the city, built in a Renaissance style with the feel of an Escorial monastery. It was built in the eighteenth century, with the objective of concentrating the various tobacco companies scattered throughout the city.

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Our tours can provoke a state of full satisfaction. When finalizing the stroll you may feel symptoms of happiness, an increase of your cultural level and addiction to Seville.

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