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by Casual Hoteles
In the middle of spring, Seville begins to have its special color, that's why we want to show you the 10 places you can't miss if you visit this city.
 

1. The Cathedral of Seville and the Giralda

This wonder is the third largest cathedral in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Is composed of:
  • The Giralda
  • The Courtyard of the Orange Trees
  • the royal chapel
Our recommendation is that; gather strength, cheer up and go up to the bell tower! It is accessed through 35 ramps designed to climb on horseback, but from its 104 meters high you will be able to see a panoramic view of the city that makes the climb worthwhile. To visit the Cathedral of Seville , general admission is around 9 euros, but you can take a free audio-guided visit if you book in advance. The cathedral chapter left a phrase that sums up well what this visit represents and the Sevillian spirit: "Let's make a temple so big that those who see it finished, consider us crazy."
 
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of the Letters: 10 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 4 min
 

2. Royal Alcazar of Seville

  
 
The Real Alcázar of Seville is a set of walled palaces that brings together all the architectural styles from the 10th to the 18th century. So much so, that a visit to this monument can become a lesson in Spanish history. The cathedral has been regularly used as accommodation for the Kings of Spain, being the oldest active Royal Palace in Europe. The walks through its gardens and ponds are incredible, we recommend the views from the Mercury Pond. Admission is around €10 but can be free if you book in advance. Hours from April to September: Monday to Sunday, from 09:30 to 19:00.
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 13 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 7 min
 

3. Archive of the Indies

  
 
The General Archive of the Indies was created in the reign of Carlos III, with the aim of keeping the documentation of the Spanish colonies, preserved in its more than 8 kilometers of shelves. Today it preserves some 43 thousand documents with pieces of great historical value : autograph texts of Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand Magellan, Vasco Núñez de Balboa, Hernán Cortés and Francisco Pizarro. It is also declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and can be visited for free .
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 13 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 6 min
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4. Walls and Santa Cruz neighborhood

 
Seville had 7 kilometers of wall, part of it was demolished due to the growth of the city, but it is almost completely preserved. There are magical places in the intramurals of Seville. One of the most special is the Patio de Banderas that leads to a passage of vaults, in which once you are there, turn around and look at the Giralda . It will be an image that you will not forget! Continuing towards the Jewish quarter and the Callejón del Agua , is undoubtedly one of the best ways to discover the famous Barrio de Santa Cruz. This walk culminates in the Plaza de Santa Cruz and the famous Jardines de Murillo. The tour of the wall continues until reaching the Arch and Basilica of the Macarena. We leave you a small map so you don't miss a single one!
 
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of the Letters: 11 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 3 min
 

5. Tower of Gold  

 
This Almohad tower closed the passage to the Arenal by means of a section of wall, which united it with the Torre de la Plata , it was part of the walls of Seville that defended the Alcázar. It received the name of Torre del Oro since the Almohad era, due to the shine produced by the lime and straw mortar, and its reflection in the river. It is located on the left side of the Guadalquivir river, next to the Maestranza bullring, both on Paseo Colón.
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 24 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 13 min
 

6. Triana neighborhood

 
Famous for being the cradle of bullfighters, flamenco singers and dancers, with their own style in this art. The easiest way to access the illustrious neighborhood is the famous Isabel II Bridge, also known as the Triana Bridge, which links it to the city center. Once we cross the bridge we find the Plaza del Altozano, where the Juan Belmonte monument stands out, with a hole at the height of the bullfighter's chest that frames views of the Maestranza, the Torre del Oro and the Giralda , a typical photographic frame from the neighborhood A walk along Calle Betis, parallel to the river, which offers the best views of the Sevillian skyline from the historic center, is essential.
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 35 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 32 min
 

7. Alfalfa neighborhood and Salvador Square

 
Plaza del Salvador is synonymous with lunch with friends and cold beer , the center of what Sevillians call “Sevillanía” located in the Alfalfa neighborhood, in the heart of the city. Since its origins it has been a space for society, used as a forum in Roman times. Nowadays you can find around it many well-priced breweries (for 1 euro a beer) who continue to give it this social function. Every weekend people gather in front of these breweries, it is a perfect place to recharge your batteries. And it is that Seville is characterized by being a city that likes to live sunbathing outdoors, always in the company of friends.
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 8 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 10 min
 

8. Metropol Parasol "The Mushrooms of Seville"

 
The Metropol Parasol or better known as "The mushrooms of Seville", is a must-see in the Plaza de la Encarnación. With a height of 26 meters, it has a viewpoint at the top with a wonderful panoramic view of Seville, for the price of 3 euros approx. At its base it has a market for commercial premises and the Antiquarium museum , which contains the most important archaeological site from the Roman period of Seville, which can be visited for the price of approximately 2 euros.
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 5 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 13 min
 

9. Alameda de Hercules

 
Diversity, avant-garde and urban culture with a bohemian air, make this space a different offer of leisure and enjoyment. The Alameda de Hércules is one of the most important avenues in the old town and the oldest public garden in Europe. Also due to its proximity, we recommend that you visit the Arco de la Macarena and the Basilica de la Macarena from Calle Feria (one of the most popular), from this point you can see the most important part of the wall and the seat of the Andalusian Parliament . .
 
 
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 12 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 23 min

 

10. Plaza de España and Maria Luisa Park  

One of the most spectacular works on the Spanish scene. It contains a canal that can be crossed through four bridges, which symbolize the crowns of Spain (Castilla, León, Aragón and Navarra). It is located inside the famous María Luisa Park , declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, you can visit it for free and it is open until ten at night. We recommend you see the Glorieta de Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, one of the most romantic places in this park, made up of the figures of three marble women who represent the three stages of love: excited love, possessed love and lost love.
DISTANCE
 
Walking:
  • Casual of Letters: 24 min
  • Casual Don Juan Tenorio: 14 min

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