The city is known for its ornate Alcázar castle complex, built during the Moorish Almohad dynasty, and its 18th-century Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza bullring. The massive Gothic cathedral is the site of Christopher Columbus’s tomb and a famous minaret turned belltower, the Giralda.

Spain Square

landmark architecture

Royal Alcazar of Seville

UNESCO world heritage

Seville Cathedral

UNESCO world heritage

The Giralda

bell tower

Barrio Santa Cruz

popular neighbourhood

Maria Luisa Park

park, ponds

Space Metropol Parasol

wooden structure

Pilate's House

16th century

Flamenco Dance Museum

flamenco dancing

Basilica Macarena

statue, crown

Seville Museum of Fine Arts

visual arts

Collegiate Church of the Savior

baroque roman church

Magic Island

theme park

Amphitheatre of Italica

ancient amphitheater

Gold Tower

13th century

General Archive of the Indies

UNESCO world heritage

Focus-Abengoa Foundation

paintings, art

University of Seville

15th century

Puente de Isabel II

nice bridge

Triumph square

popular square

Murillo Gardens

garden and park

Palace of the Countess of Lebrija

16th century

Archaeological Museum

roman exibits

Calle Sierpes

shopping, food

Interpretation Center Jewish Quarter of Seville

history museum

Alameda de Hercules

garden square

New Square

open square

Hospital de La Caridad

17th century

City Hall

15th century

Aquopolis

waterpark

Bullfighting Museum

landmark bullring

Nature Reserve The Castle Guards

safari park

Chapel of San Jose

small chapel

Chapel of San Jose

beautiful chapel

Alamillo Bridge

cable style bridge

Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art

contemporary art

Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation

cultural center

San Telmo Palace

historical edifice

House of Science

science museum

Queens sewing box

unique building

Archbishop's Palace

16th century