Seville It is the capital of Andalusia. Located southwest of Spain, it is only 20 meters above sea level and has more than 700,000 inhabitants, which makes it the fourth city in the country in terms of population. Bathed by Guadalquivir river, it is a very tourist city thanks to large cultural, architectural and gastronomic attractions.
Their neighborhoods they emanate a very unique spirit. The most prominent are Triana, La Macarena, Santa Cruz, Los Remedios, Heliópolis and Nervión. Among them, you can enjoy watching La Giralda, the Cathedral, the Alcázar and the Archivo de Indias, all of them declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1987.
The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate. The average annual temperature is 18 ºC, which makes it one of the hottest in Europe. Winters are very nice, while summers become a real nightmare. Mercury gets to mark summer after summer more than 40 ºC.
Precipitation is concentrated between October and April, with December being the month with the most rainfall. It is very rare to see snow in the city.
Seville can boast of good public transport. It has a large network of road transport (highway, dual carriageway), more than 40 bus, coach, rail, metro, tram, airport and port lines. Prices are those that predominate in the rest of the peninsula.
Maria Luisa Park
Places of interest you cannot miss
- The Giralda
- The Santa Cruz neighborhood
- María Luisa Park
- Pilate's House
- Naval Museum
- Tower of Gold
- General Archive of the Indies
- Reales Alcázares
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Princes Park
- Sierpes Street
Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla - Searching for Seville’s special colour (March 2021)