WELCOME TO SEVILLE
On the banks of the Guadalquivir rises this beautiful city. From tartessos until our days Seville has been Roman, Visigoth, Muslim and Christian.
Nowadays it is a beautiful city in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, distinguished by its privileged climate, the welcoming nature of its people, its renowned Holy Week and Fair.
Each civilization has contributed its bit to the capital of Seville. Its architecture is representative of places such as the Plaza de España, with an incalculable value, the Real Alcázar with its long history or the Palacio de Lebrija.
The parties are religious in nature. To emphasize the Holy Week in the capital and in many towns of the province of Seville.
Fairs emerged for the local residents to buy or sell handicraft, agricultural and livestock products. Today people just go to them to have fun, it has a festive character. The April Fair of Seville is celebrated in spring.
The flamenco has a very ancient origin and appears next to flamenco dancing.
The cuisine of Seville is very extensive. It is characterized by simplicity and economy with their dishes are prepared. The most recommended are the tapas that are mini portions that will allow you to taste different dishes in one meal.
Wine is a ritual in this city. Accompanies the dancing, singing, good table and at the same time.
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