Guided Tour Of The Essential Seville

We will begin our visit by entering the Alcazar. Kings have roamed its halls, royal heirs have been born and there have even been murders, or so say the legends. We will continue our visit with the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, a place of unparalleled traditions such as the Dance of the Seises or the Feast of the Patron Saint of the city, Saint Ferdinand.
We will visit the Plaza del Triunfo, famous for the University of Seville tunas who sing to the Immaculate Virgin on 8 December, then continue to the City Hall and Plaza Nueva. Next, the Adriática building, whose dome is a tribute to the Andalusian flag, then on to the bullring and the Torre del Oro.
We will finish our tour with the Alfonso XIII Hotel, built to receive the major personalities who came to visit Seville during the 1929 Expo, followed by the Royal Tobacco Factory and the Plaza de España.

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