Seville Cathedral (Catedral de Sevilla)

This is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and a masterpiece of architectural beauty. Highlights include the Giralda Tower, the Tomb of Christopher Columbus, and stunning stained glass windows.

Alcázar of Seville (Real Alcázar de Sevilla)

A magnificent royal palace complex blending Moorish, Renaissance, and Baroque styles. Its lush gardens, intricate tilework, and opulent interiors make it one of Seville's most enchanting attractions.

Plaza de España

A grand square built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, featuring a stunning semicircular building adorned with colorful ceramic tiles, bridges over a central canal, and beautiful gardens.

Barrio Santa Cruz

Seville's historic Jewish quarter, characterized by narrow winding streets, picturesque squares, charming patios, and hidden plazas. It's a delightful area to wander and discover Seville's traditional architecture and local culture.

Metropol Parasol (Las Setas de Sevilla)

Also known as the "Mushrooms of Seville," this modern architectural marvel is the world's largest wooden structure. It offers panoramic views of the city from its rooftop walkways and houses an archaeological museum below.