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        Seville, international beauty

        Siviglia, Siviglia, Siviglia! Il suo fascino è conosciuto in tutto il mondo, e non c'è da stupirsi. C'è il Real Alcázar, uno splendido complesso di palazzi dichiarato Patrimonio dell'Umanità. E la Cattedrale di Siviglia, anch'essa Patrimonio dell'Umanità dell'UNESCO. Detiene il titolo di terza chiesa più grande del mondo e di cattedrale gotica più grande del mondo, per non parlare della sua bellezza!


        L'Unesco ha anche sottolineato l'importanza dell'Archivio delle Indie, dove è conservata tutta la documentazione proveniente dai territori spagnoli d'oltremare. Tra questi si trovano scritti di Cristoforo Colombo, Hernán Cortés e Ferdinando Magellano. Molto conosciuta è anche la Torre del Oro, un'altra delle icone della città, situata accanto al fiume Guadalquivir.


        E non vi abbiamo ancora parlato dell'impressionante Plaza de España. Quando diciamo che c'è molto da vedere a Siviglia, è quasi un eufemismo. C'è tantissimo! Avrete bisogno di diversi giorni per girare la città, quindi è meglio scegliere una buona sistemazione nella migliore posizione possibile. Un esempio? I comodi appartamenti per vacanze Sercotel Sevilla Guadalquivir Suites, con uno stile moderno e informale.

        Seville, for work or pleasure?

        Don’t forget to visit the beautiful María Luisa Park and neighbourhoods such as Triana with their authentic flavour. You’ll also want to stroll under (and over) the Metropol Parasol, colloquially christened the Mushrooms of Seville, from where you can take photos of some of the best views in the city.  

        You can also go to Seville to eat. Because the Andalusian capital is famous for its impressive range of gastronomy and its numerous terraces, on which the tardeo, the custom of having early evening drinks, is revered.  


        Towns in Seville that are worth a visit

        It’s also famous for its art in both a figurative and a literal sense, as demonstrated by the Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art, located in the former Cartuja Monastery, and the Museum of Fine Arts. 

        The capital of Andalusia is also an important business centre. So, if you come to Seville to work, the best option is to stay in the south of the city. We await you at the Sercotel Doña Carmela Hotel, which has perfect links to the city centre and the industrial and business areas. 

        Its location is also ideal for visiting another of the Andalusian capital’s treasures: the archaeological site of Itálica, the first city founded by the Romans on the Iberian Peninsula. It’s situated in Santiponce, where legendary historical figures such as Trajan and Hadrian were born.  

        Another municipality in Seville that’s well worth a visit is the picturesque white town of Osuna. And there’s Écija, a town declared a Historical-Artistic Site due to the excellent state of conservation of its majestic palaces and monuments.  

        The old town area of Marchena has also been distinguished with this designation, and, if you go there, you should visit the Museum of Zurbarán, one of the most renowned painters of the Baroque period.  

        Now take a deep breath and continue exploring the many wonders of the region! You can move on to Utrera, an Asset of Cultural Interest thanks to its numerous architectural landmarks, although it’s also renowned for being the birthplace of flamenco.  

        If you prefer to be surrounded by nature, you should head for Cazalla de la Sierra, a town with a remarkable historical heritage in a spectacular setting. Or San Nicolás del Puerto, located in the heart of the Sierra de Sevilla Natural Park.  

        Last but not least, an absolute must-visit: Doñana, a National Park that stretches out between this province, Huelva and Cádiz, representing a mosaic of ecosystems that’s a home for biodiversity unique in Europe. Another good reason to visit Seville! 

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