Seville, a city in Spain, is the capital city of the autonomous community of Andalusia. Seville is the largest city in Andalusia; it has a population count of 690,000 residents, with a metropolitan population of 1.5 million. The city is most well-known for its artistic heritage; this city is where Flamenco originated from. Annually, the citizens in Seville enjoy the flamenco festival (Bienal de Arte Flamenco Sevilla) and two weeks of bullfighting matches (The Feria de Abril). In addition, the city is known for its architecture; the city’s architecture has a balanced mixture of old and new, modern and ancient.

When visiting this city, tourists, internationals and business people alike tend to explore these architectural wonders that the city offers, examples are the Giralda Bell Tower, which are the remains of Seville’s mosque, Plaza España, which is a building that was built in preparation of the hosting of the Ibero-American Expostion, and the Alcázar of Seville, which is the oldest palace in Europe. In addition, visiting the Santa Cruz District is a popular activity; this is an old Jewish neighborhood, many flamenco joints and tapas cars are stationed here.

Seville is a city of flamenco, bullfighting and architectural wonders. The city allows for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities. A trip to Seville would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • Giralda Bell Tower (remains of Seville’s mosque)
  • Plaza de Toros (arena and museum with the history of bullfighting)
  • Torre del Oro (watch tower, with a naval museum)
  • Maria Luisa Park (a botanical garden, with a museum)
  • Plaza España (building that was built in 1928, in preparation for the hosting of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929)
  • Archivo de Indias/General Archive of the Indies (UNESCO World Heritage Sites, archives, maps, paintings)
  • The Triana District (Seville’s former Gypsy quarter)
  • Restaurant Al Aljibe (tapas bar)
  • The Santa Cruz District (old Jewish neighborhood, cobbled streets with flamenco joints and tapas bars)
  • Feria de Abril (a fiesta that takes place two weeks after Easter)
  • Las Setas/Metropol Parasol (monument, building)
  • Casa de Pilatos (Mudejar, Gothic and Renaissance style palace)
  • Alcázar of Seville (royal residence, oldest royal palace in Europe, residence has gardens with fountains, flower beds and water jets)
  • Seville Cathedral (3rd biggest Cathedral in the world)
  • Museo de Bellas Artes (art museum)
  • Museo del Baile Flamenco (attend a performance)
  • Museo de Artes y Costumbres populares (a display of traditional Andalusian clothes)
  • Iglesia Colegial del Divino Salvador (church)
  • Iglesia de Santa ana (church)

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