Valencia, also called the Turia Garden
It is also a city famous for Flamenco and the fair of April. Sevilla is known as one of the most stylish and elegant cities in Spain. It also highlights its Baroque architecture, Seville is an example par excellence of this style and design. The large part of its buildings and landmarks are decorated with ornaments that will let you marvel at walking through its streets..
Sevilla is a city that radiates style and personality. It has the ease of changing its solemn and devout mood during Easter or a cauldron of exotic celebrations, dancing, fun and parties during the April fair or Seville Fair at the Spring Festival.
On the other hand, if you have planned your visit in summer we recommend that you take a lot of caution that temperatures can easily exceed 40 º at this time of year. Walking around the city is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in everything the city has to offer, while the Metro is also an ideal choice for discovering the best places in Seville.
In every corner of Seville you will find relics, antiques and old buildings with schist designs that have become very well preserved with the passing of the years.
The city has a remarkably Christian taste and color that you can see in its many churches and convents that you will find in its streets, such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria or the Cathedral of Seville (this is the best known of Seville and at the same time the most visited).
In the centre of Seville you will find a lot of things to buy in the busy shopping streets of Sierpes and Cuna streets.
Some of the best museums and representation centers of the city are in Isla de Cartuja, north of the district of Triana, next to the river Guadalquivir.
Seville’s cuisine has an undeniable taste of North Africa: Honey cakes, dates, almonds, lemons, etc. are used in abundance during cooking.