7 places in Seville that you cannot miss
Do you want to know which are the main places of interest in Seville? In that case, you are in the right place. Take note and get ready to make the most of your stay in the Andalusian capital!
7 absolutely unique places of interest in Seville
Cathedral of Santa María de la Sede
The cathedral of Seville's capital rises above the main mosque of Seville (to which the Giralda and the Patio de los Naranjos belong). Did you know that it is the largest Gothic temple in the world and that it houses the largest altarpiece in all of Christendom?
Real Alcázar: One of the main places of interest in Seville
The Real Alcázar is a palatial complex that houses the residences of Muslim royalty. Not surprisingly, it is the oldest of the European royal palaces that are still in use today. Movies and series such as Lawrence of Arabia or Game of Thrones).
Archivo General de Indias
Along with the Cathedral and the Real Alcázar, the Archivo General de Indias is the third of the Sevillian monuments declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This emblematic Renaissance building houses 43,000 files documenting the discovery of America.
Palacio de las Dueñas
The Palacio de las Dueñas is a 15th century manor house that was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1931. This mansion, belonging to the Casa de Alba, stands out especially for the large collection of works of art it houses.
Torre del Oro
The Torre del Oro cannot be missing from any list that seeks to collect the places of interest in Seville. Converted into one of the most iconic monuments in Andalusian capital, this 36-meter tower houses a naval museum inside. Do not forget to visit it!
Basilica of the Macarena
We could not understand the famous Sevillian Holy Week without the basilica of the Macarena. In it, in addition to seeing the Virgin of Hope Macarena, you can discover an enormous collection of processional paraphernalia gathered by her Brotherhood for more than four centuries.
Isla de la Cartuja
Isla de la Cartuja was, at the time, the site of Expo 92. It currently preserves some places of great tourist interest such as the tallest skyscraper in Andalusia or the navigation pavilion. CaixaForum is also worth visiting: one of the main cultural centers in Spain.
What is the best hotel to stay in Seville?
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Endowed with a central and quiet location, our luxurious hotel was once a palace built in honor of Admiral Federico Gravina. In it you can enjoy the most select amenities (breakfast gourmet, 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, premium mattress, etc.).
Truly, taking your trip to the Andalusian capital to the next level is as easy as staying at our hotel . We are your best option to discover all the places of interest in Seville!