Seville would not be anything without its river Guadalquivir because much of its history and its wealth is due to it. And, of course, this river surpassed by nine bridges and a footbridge which are
The nights of Seville in summer always induce to cool off after an intense day of heat. A walk through the streets of Seville and, why not, fall into a terrace to have a drink, combined or whatever
The General Archive of the Indies is, of the main monuments of the city, of the least known. This place was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987 by UNESCO next to the Cathedral of Seville and the
The Palace of Las Dueñas is one of the most famous palaces in Spain and one of the most visited in Seville. And its importance comes not only because of the fame that a certain Duchess has g
If something has given Seville fame, it has been world trade. All, in large part, to the Guadalquivir River, the only navigable river in all of Spain and used throughout history as an inland port.
Seville is one of those cities where past and future walk together. In Seville we can pray in 13th century religious spaces, have an aperitif in the biggest skyscraper in Andalusia built in the 21s
Although in some paintings by Murillo or Miguel de Esquivel it can be seen that the Giralda is more flushed than we can see today, the last performances in the tower of Santa María de la Sed
The Torre del Oro is one of the most curious monuments caused to tourists and locals by the various theories of the origin of its name. It was built in the early thirteent