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The Royal Alcázar of Seville is a royal palace in Seville, built for the Christian king Peter of Castile. A preeminent example of Mudéjar architecture in the Iberian Peninsula, is renowned as one of the most beautiful. It's the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, and was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
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This UNESCO-listed Gothic cathedral is officially the world's biggest, at a whopping 135m long and 105m tall. It also houses Christopher Columbus's supposed final resting place and features La Giralda, an iconic bell tower that offers great views of Seville and beyond.
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Bus Maes
Enjoy a hassle-free bus tour of Seville and visit all the iconic landmarks
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Experience the beauty of Seville and bask in the sun on a fun cruise
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Dance your way through the history of Spain's national dance in a cutting-edge museum founded by legendary flamenco dancer Cristina Hoyos.
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Featuring 7,000 sea creatures from 400 different aquatic species, living in 36 different exhibits, Seville Aquarium is an aquatic wonderland.
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Seville's Museum of Illusions presents a collection of optical illusions, holograms, distorted rooms, and puzzles that put your mind to the test. The museum is suitable for all ages and guarantees a memorable experience with family or friends. Get your Museum of Illusions tickets and laugh, touch, and investigate across different rooms and activities. Take original photographs and use all your creativity and imagination around the museum!
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Bata de Cola
Experience Seville's passion: see an unforgettable flamenco show
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Palacio de las Dueñas is one of Seville's most prominent residences, and it's steeped in history. This Gothic-Mudéjar-style palace has seen many a noble VIP since its construction between the 15th and 16th centuries. It is named after the monastery, Convento de Santa María la Real de las Dueñas. Visitors can soak up five centuries worth of history in its beautiful gardens, halls, and patios, as well as admire all manner of tapestries, art, and furniture inside.
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Sevilla Football Club Stadium
Sevilla F.C. Stadium, also known as the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium, is a 45,500-seat stadium located in Seville, Spain. It is the home of Sevilla Football Club, one of the most successful clubs in Spanish football. The stadium has been renovated several times, most recently in 2007, and is considered one of the most modern and beautiful of its kind in Spain. If you can't get your hands on match day tickets, (and even if you can) touring the stadium behind the scenes is one of Seville's must-do experiences for football fans. Get your hands on some Sevilla F.C. Stadium tour tickets and delve into the history and heritage of one of Spain's most important football clubs.
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The Navigation Pavilion, also known as Pabellón de la Navegación, is a cultural history museum in Seville that traces the influence of maritime exploration on the evolution of civilization. Its extensive permanent exhibition is split into four main sections covering Spain's famed explorers, the technologies of maritime navigation, life at sea, and historical visions of Seville. One of the most fun cultural experiences in Seville, add some adventure and epic history to your itinerary with Pabellón de la Navegación tickets.
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The Setas de Sevilla, also known as Metropol Parasol and the Mushrooms of the Incarnation, is a monument in Seville constructed by German architect Jürgen Mayer. Consisting of six enormous mushroom-shaped canopies, the design of Las Setas (The Mushrooms), which was completed in 2011, was inspired by other monuments in the city, including Seville Cathedral and Plaza del Cristo de Burgos.
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Seville’s Real Maestranza de Caballería is one of the most famous and significant bullfighting arenas in Spain. Its original construction dates back to 1749, and the arena has been used to host the divisive local tradition for centuries. It's estimated that over 4,000 bulls are killed as part of corridas around the country every year. To this day, bullfighting remains a popular tradition in Seville, despite being seen as controversial by individuals and organizations in and out of Spain. The annual Feria de Abril, or April Festival, features daily events in the Real Maestranza, which is known for its especially intense atmosphere.
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Hospital de la Caridad was founded by Miguel Mañara in 1663 to welcome the thousands of sick and poor people of Seville, devastated by plague epidemics and the economic and social crisis of the 17th century. Inside you can enjoy beautiful courtyards with gardens, arches and medieval arches, and the Main Chapel, with works by the masters of the Sevillian Baroque such as Bartolomé E. Murillo, Juan de Valdés Leal, Pedro Roldán or Francisco de Zurbarán, as well as the Sala de Cabildos, with a small art gallery, and the Sala de la Virgen, with a permanent exhibition of Miguel Mañara and the daily life of the Brotherhood in the seventeenth century.
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Group taking a selfie at Plaza de España
Explore Seville's secrets & treasures: take an unforgettable city tour
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Itálica was once an elaborate Roman city just northwest of modern-day Seville. It was the birthplace of Roman Emperor Trajan, and supposedly also Hadrian. Itálica is home to numerous archeological sites, including a breathtaking amphitheatre that keen-eyed Game of Thrones fans will recognize as the setting for the Dragonpit.
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