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Alhambra
4.6/5
781 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Palace
Built in the first half of the 13th century, the Alhambra was a Spanish military site and the home of kings. It is also a stage for the historical changes of Spanish religion. It is a classic example of the integration of Islamic influences into Spanish culture. It mainly consists of the fortress Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces and the Palace of the Generalife, which was the summer palace. The Court of the Lions and the Atrium are also not to be missed.
Seville Cathedral
4.6/5
573 Reviews
Church
It took almost 400 years to build Spain's largest church and the third biggest in the Christian world. Standing on the site of what was Seville's main mosque, one can still see elements of the Mudejar style of art and late Gothic style architecture. Work began in the early 15th century, and by the time it was finished, it had five naves with a floor space measuring 116m x 76m. There is an astounding number of fine paintings and sculpture inside.
Plaza de España
4.7/5
542 Reviews
Square
The “grandness” of Seville’s Plaza de España translates not only across languages but also across time and space. The city’s symbolic square has served as the location set for films like Lawrence of Arabia and Star Wars Episode II . But visitors won’t see any camels or starships here, rather what they’ll get are the beautiful mansions-turned-museums surrounding an open space of Art Deco design. The plaza was originally built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition by architect Aníbal González, and it has been an enduring attraction ever since.
Real Alcázar de Sevilla
4.6/5
464 Reviews
Palace
The Real Alcázar de Sevilla is a collection of the essence of Seville’s historic buildings. This magnificent building used to be the Islamic Palace of Seville. Later, because of the Land Renaissance movement that took place here, it became the king of Christianity. Royal palace. After the renovation of the king, it became a peculiar palace mixed with various elements.