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A throwback to a world of heat and passion

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Seville's climate is classified as Mediterranean-continental: humid and warm climate, reaching very high temperatures in the summer months (record of Spain with 50°) and mild winters that rarely descend from 15°. Seville is a city with frequent rainfall, although in summer they are less constant.

The best of Seville

The Giralda

It is an Arabic tower and later Christian with 800 years of Spanish history. The giralda has withstood conquests, revolutions, wars and continues to be, it is the tallest building of sevilla and therefore a referent of the city.

Royal Alcázares

Fortified palace, declared a World Heritage Site and built in different historical stages: although the original palace was built in the early Middle Ages, some vestiges of Islamic art are preserved and, from the post-Castilian period after the Spanish conquest. A mujedar space of Gothic style with Renaissance, Mannerist and Baroque elements that reflects the influence of the different cultures that have passed through the city.

Gold Tower

It is one of the symbols of Seville that owes its name to its material which is a mixture of mortar, lime and pressed straw that made it shine in the sunlight.

The tower has had many uses throughout its history. Originally used for surveillance, after the Christian conquest it functioned as a chapel and later became a prison. Currently, the headquarters of the Naval Museum of Seville is located in its interior.

Plaza España

Architectural ensemble in the María Luisa Park, symbol of the so-called regionalist architecture whose main exponent is the architect Aníbal González. It stands out for the combination of brick with tiles and its polychrome ceramic decorations.

The square was built on the occasion of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, which was held in Seville and around it there are some painted ceramic benches, which represent all the provinces of Spain.

General Archives of the Indies

It was created in 1786 by King Charles III, with the aim of centralizing in a single place the documentation relating to the administration of the Spanish overseas territories.

The archive contains some 43,000 documents, 8,000 maps and drawings of the agencies responsible for administering overseas territories. Declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

San Telmo Bridge

Located in the centre of Seville, it crosses the Guadalquivir River. It was built to solve the communication problems between Seville and a new neighborhood to be built, Los Remedios.

Popular excursions in the surroundings

Sierra Nevada (Granada)

If you want to enjoy the snow you will have to travel to Sierra Nevada, near Seville.

The renowned mountain with ski resort has become an international reference of snow tourism, allows for its privileged situation to enjoy an enviable climate (by the sun of the South) while practicing sport or contemplating nature.

Beaches of Huelva: Matalascañas and Mazagón

Seville is wonderful but has no beach, only some brave people dare to swim in the waters of the Guadalquivir River in summer. We propose a better option: visit a beach nearby, one hour by bus.

The proximity and good road connections to Huelva allow you to enjoy wide beaches of fine sand and pass through, you can visit the city. We recommend avoiding weekends in summer, as traffic jams are considerable and the journey can be extended up to 3 hours.