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  • 26. Museo Arqueológico

    On opposite sides of a large water fountain in the middle of the Plaza de America, part of the Parque de Maria Lousa, are the Museo Arqueologico and the Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares (the...

  • 27. Italica

    This Roman settlement is just 10 mins away from the city, and it's worth a visit if you are interested in History. 2 Roman Emperors were born here, Trajan and Hadrian. The main attractions are its...

  • 28. Palacio de Lebrija

    At the beginning it was a old palace built in 15th and 17th century...The comtessa de Libreja decided in 1914 to rebuilt that place and as she was fond of Romans mosaic she decide to take all those of...

  • 29. Ayuntamiento

    The square at the end of Constitution avenue is bordered by beautiful buildings, with evidence to Town Hall, a Renaissance building with a Plateresque facade. I don't know if it is possible to visit.

  • 30. Archbishop's Palace

    This is the seat of Seville's archdiocese and the archbishop's residence. Located just across from Giralda (La) and 10m from the cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace has one of the best locations of the...

  • 31. Plaza del Triunfo

    This plaza was undergoing much building work during our vist so the fountain with its "triumph" (triunfo) to the Imaculate Conception was barely visible and detracted from the fine buildings...

  • 32. Semana Santa (Holy Week)

    If you have the chance to visit Sevilla during the Easter weekend then do it ! There are endless Easter processions all day & all night long. Very impressing and a little bit weird as well - some...

  • 33. Hospital de los Venerables

    In the centre of the Santa Cruz district you will find the Hospital de los Venerables. A hospital for old, ill and poor priests founded in 1675 by D. Justino de Neve. Construction began in 1676 under...

  • 34. Barrio de Santa Cruz

    This is probably the most typical district in Sevilla. It was the Jewish district in the Middle Ages and taken over by the Christians who changed all the synagogues into churches. Walking through its...

  • 35. Puente del Alamillo

    Another awesome bridge is Puente del Alamillo, built in 1992 by Santiago Calatrava, a Valencian engineer and architect. I recommend you to see the works of this man, because they are amazing; you will...

  • 36. Cartuja Monastery

    The island splits the Guadalquivir River into 2 channels with the city center lying to the west. The more southerly part is the Triana district, a working-class residential area, the site of an...

  • 37. Puerta de la Macarena

    This is something to see if you are in the neighborhood. We saw it across the road from our Hotel (of the same name). We were not acyive enough toexplore it in detail. It is the only part of the old...

  • 38. Town Hall

    The town hall of Sevilla ,, built in 16th century and modified in 19th century, is one of the most impressive examples of plateresque style, It can be seen on San Francisco Square - not far from the...

  • 39. Puerta de Jerez

    Puerta de Jerez is at the intersection of Av de la Constitucion and San Fernando. Right opposite the Hotel Alfonso XIII. The beautiful fountain is dedicated to the Goddess Seville. Around the base are...

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