Of all the Spanish cities that are well known beyond our borders, Seville is especially significant. Famous for its emblematic monuments like La Giralda or La Torre del Oro, and for the hospitality of its people, its flamenco music, its magnificent light and gorgeous weather, Seville, as the Spanish song says, really does have a special colour to it. It is a preferred destination for tourists from other parts of Spain and from abroad, who choose to spend a few days in one of its excellent and picturesque hotels, enjoy its varied regional cuisine and discover the treasures and marvels of its bustling and cheerful streets.
A number of different cultures have passed through Seville over the centuries, leaving important traces behind them, gradually combining to make up the city’s unique physiognomy. It is a city with a large number of monuments, buildings with very singular architecture and places of extraordinary interest for visitors. Sights no visitor to Seville should miss include its Royal Alcázar, María Luisa Park, Plaza de España or the fascinating General Archive of the Indies. Also important is the city's Feria de Abril, where art, cuisine and Andalusian music combine to offer locals and tourists among the most authentic and colourful experiences in the world, with Andalusian folklore at its heart.