- Fly to Seville Fly to Seville, known as one of the great cathedral and university cities of Europe. It is also the heart of bullfighting and flamenco, and an intriguing Moorish heritage.
- Barrio Santa Cruz Explore Seville’s Barrio Santa Cruz, a tiny quarter of narrow streets and whitewashed houses with flower-covered patios and ironbound windows.
Your Adventure, Day by Day
- Reales Alcázares Discover the Reales Alcázares, a former Moorish fortress taken over by the Christian kings for use as a palace. It remains one of Spain’s best examples of Mudéjar architecture.
- Seville Cathedral Visit the magnificent Seville Cathedral and climb the bell tower for breathtaking views of Seville. Inside the cathedral, see the Patio de los Naranjos, the Treasury, the Capilla Mayor and the grandiose Tomb of Columbus.
- Plaza de España View the Plaza de España, a building nad square featuring Baroque towers, intricate bridges, immense colonnades and over a million painted tiles depicting maps and historical events from every province in Spain.
- Parque de Maria Luisa Explore Parque de Maria Luisa, Seville’s grand and beautifully landscaped park.
- Train from Seville to Cordoba Cordoba was the northernmost city of the Moorish empire, and is known for its important Islamic architecture and large Judería, or Jewish quarter. The city’s old town preserves its historic character with whitewashed courtyards, patios adorned in hanging flowers, wrought ironwork, and narrow streets.
- Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos The Alcázar was the headquarters of the dreaded Spanish Inquisition for 3 centuries. The Gardens of the Alcázar display their Arabic origins, complete with terraces, pools, and cooling fountains. The centerpiece of the fortress, the Patio Morisco is another lovely spot, with twin pools and an ivy-covered grotto, and pavement decorated with the coats of arms of León and Castile.
- Mezquita-Catedral Explore Córdoba’s exquisite Mezquita-Catedral, originally built as a mosque and later transformed into a Christian cathedral.
- The Museum of Fine Arts The Museum of Fine Arts was founded as “Museum of Paintings” in 1835 and opened its doors to the public in 1841 with works confiscated from convents and monasteries by the State.
- Hospital de la Caridad The Hospital de la Caridad of Seville was built in the 17th century. It is organised around a double patio divided by arches. The façade of the hospital's San Jorge church provides an outstanding example of Sevillian Baroque.
- Fly Home Fly back to the UK.
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