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Shops Along Cobblestone Streets picture in Seville
Plaza de España picture in Seville
Guadalquivir River Cruise picture in Seville
Parque de María Luisa picture in Seville
La Giralda picture in Seville
Real Alcázar picture in Seville
Seville's City Center picture in Seville
Catedral de Sevilla and La Giralda Tower picture in Seville
Aerial View of Seville picture in Seville
Barrio Santa Cruz picture in Seville
A Typical Seville Tapas Bar  picture in Seville
Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza  picture in Seville
Orange Trees Line the Streets picture in Seville
Narrow Streets  picture in Seville
Flamenco Dancing Shows picture in Seville
Feria de Abril picture in Seville
Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts) picture in Seville
Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium picture in Seville
Torre del Oro picture in Seville
Metropol Parasol picture in Seville

Seville's culture is deeply rooted in long-held customs like flamenco dancing, bullfighting and siestas. Enjoy the quiet of a narrow street in late afternoon when many locals have retreated for a bit of R&R. Aleksandar Todorovic Shutterstock

Plaza de España's architectural prowess is a not-to-be-missed tribute to the innovation and beauty of early 20th century Seville.  Aleksander Todorovic Shutterstock

Once the essential artery of Spanish trade, the Guadalquivir River is a pleasant backdrop for a daytime stroll, a relaxing cruise or an afternoon drink.  Alexander Demyanenko Shutterstock

Exploring María Luisa's botanical gardens, well-crafted statues and worthwhile museums — including the Museum of Popular Arts pictured above — can fill an entire afternoon. Alexander Demyanenko Shutterstock

Seville's La Giralda tower pokes through the city's skyline, providing a particularly charming view when lit up at night. Karol Kozlowski Shutterstock

This royal palace still hosts members of the Spanish monarchy when they visit Seville. But you don't have to be royalty to appreciate the palace's vast gardens, intricate mosaics and sweeping arches.  Francesco R. Iacomino Shutterstock

In the heart of Seville, you can spot evidence of the Andalusian capital's history. Architecture throughout the city ranges from medieval to modern. Kemal Taner Shutterstock

The Catedral de Sevilla is Seville's most recognizable and most popular landmark and the third-largest church in Europe. Alexander Savin Flickr.com

Though Seville may look like a massive metropolis, the city is quite walkable: Most of its main attractions are close to one another and many streets in El Centro are for pedestrians only. Alexander Savin Flickr

The medieval Barrio Santa Cruz — Seville's former Jewish quarter — is one of the most popular parts of the city among tourists who enjoy discovering the pedestrian-only streets of the neighborhood. Roman Sigaev Shutterstock

Tapas bars serve traditional Spanish small plates at a leisurely pace in every corner of the city. You'll quickly get used to seeing dangling pigs' legs hanging in the windows of most of these authentic eateries. Anu & Anant Flickr

Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza hosts bullfights during the summer months. During the rest of the year, visitors can take stadium tours that are dedicated to the history and evolution of the sport. anakondasp Shutterstock

Orange trees can be spotted throughout Seville. But resist temptation to sneak a bite of the fruit: The oranges taste unpleasantly bitter and are mostly used by locals to make orange marmalade. Barone Firenze Shutterstock

Seville's older neighborhoods feature narrow winding walkways that connect shops, plazas, cafes and residences. The popular reds and yellows of Andalusia stand out on many facades.  Aleksandar Todorovic Shutterstock

Flamenco shows can be found all over the city, as the traditional dance is a key part of Andalusian culture. Spend an evening sipping wine and watching a performance at La Carbonería in Seville's Barrio Santa Cruz neighborhood. Mihai Blanaru Shutterstock

Each April, Sevillanos gather in tents called "casetas" on the fairgrounds of the Feria de Abril in the Los Remedios neighborhood. The festival is marked by carnival rides and games, spirited Sevillana dancing and colorful clothing.  SandiMako Shutterstock

You can discover Seville's art history with a trip to the Museo de Bellas Artes, where notable works from Spanish painter Bartolomé Esteban Murillo hang in the galleries. Surrounding the galleries, outdoor patios offer a space to reflect on the museum's works.  MANovillo Flickr

Soccer fans will find much to love about Seville's fútbol stadium. High-energy crowds pack into the 45,500-seat venue to watch one of the country's favorite pastimes.  wonker Flickr

Once a military watchtower, this 12-sided "Tower of Gold" is now home to a naval museum and observation deck.  Karol Kozlowski Shutterstock

One of Seville's newest attractions, the giant wooden Metropol Parasol is home to a farmers market, museum and restaurant under the shade of its waffle-like structure. It's best known for its rooftop walkways that offer excellent views of the city.  Tomas Urbelionis Shutterstock

Shops Along Cobblestone Streets picture in Seville
Plaza de España picture in Seville
Guadalquivir River Cruise picture in Seville
Parque de María Luisa picture in Seville
La Giralda picture in Seville
Real Alcázar picture in Seville
Seville's City Center picture in Seville
Catedral de Sevilla and La Giralda Tower picture in Seville
Aerial View of Seville picture in Seville
Barrio Santa Cruz picture in Seville
A Typical Seville Tapas Bar  picture in Seville
Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza  picture in Seville
Orange Trees Line the Streets picture in Seville
Narrow Streets  picture in Seville
Flamenco Dancing Shows picture in Seville
Feria de Abril picture in Seville
Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts) picture in Seville
Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium picture in Seville
Torre del Oro picture in Seville
Metropol Parasol picture in Seville

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