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Known as the birthplace of flamenco, Seville is famous worldwide for its culture, monuments, traditions, and artistic heritage.
From the largest Gothic cathedral in the world to lively flamenco clubs, the southern Spanish capital offers a wealth of artistic and cultural activities to enjoy. Admire Seville’s architectural marvels including the ornate Royal Alcázar, the 18th century Maestranza Bullring, and the modern Metropol Parasol, or cross the river to discover the enchanting Triana neighborhood.
Savor some delicious tapas in a crowded bar, sip a glass of local wine in a buzzing plaza, lose yourself in the colorful backstreets of Barrio Santa Cruz, or soak up the Seville sun at Plaza de España. Sevillanos have truly mastered the art of celebrating, and the city enchants visitors by keeping centuries-old traditions alive with annual festivals, notably Semana Santa and Seville’s Feria de Abril.