Seville Attractions | Top 5 Places!

Seville Attractions | Top 5 Places!

An indispensable stop for Andalusian tours – Sevilla; With its rich architecture and cultural accumulation, it provides an unforgettable holiday experience to its guests. KentThe city, which contains the traces of Castilian culture intensely, gained an exotic atmosphere thanks to the dynasties who came from North Africa under the rule of Andalusia hundreds of years ago. I will try to explain in my article the places to visit in Seville, where I have prepared in detail the most popular buildings that carry this exotic atmosphere in the city.

Sevilla has a rich touristic content. To fully enjoy this wealth, a 2-3 day holiday is enough. Moreover, the fact that almost all the places to visit are located in the historical center of the city, the transportation issue is not a problem during the holidays. I will share many more important information throughout the Sevilla article, but beware of them beforehand;

Where to stay? Centro, Alameda, Santa Cruz Neighborhood and Arenal and Alfalfa are the best places to stay in the city. Where to stay in Seville You can read my article.

Hotel recommendations: On my last trip I stayed at the 4-star Ayre Hotel Sevilla and was very pleased. You can browse. Some of the other popular hotels: 3 ★ H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel, 4 ★ Catalonia Giralda, 5 ★ Hotel Palacio De Villapanés.

  • Sevilla Cathedral and Giralda Bell Tower

Seville is home to the world’s largest Gothic cathedral. The history of the religious structure where the tomb of Christopher Columbus dates back to the 13th century.

In 1248, the King of Castile. After the army under the leadership of Fernando took the city from the av Muhavvid cami, the mosque was turned into a church in a short time. However, after the earthquake in 1356, when the religious structure became unusable, it was decided to build the Katedral Seville Cathedral yerine instead.

The construction of the cathedral, completed in 1507, is an indispensable place for travelers list Sevilla places to visit with the architectural details inside and outside.

The magnificent ‌Giralda is the only surviving part of the mosque that was destroyed for the construction of the cathedral. The minaret, which is designed to represent the power of Muhavwids, is 104 meters long.

If you climb up to the top of the wide ramp of the tower, which is reminiscent of its Moroccan counterparts with its decorative details, you will have the opportunity to watch the impressive cityscape.

 Tour Recommendations: Seville Cathedral is the most popular building in the city, so you can have long ticket queues in front of the cathedral in the season, and you can also buy your entrance ticket online.

  • Real Alcazar

AlcReal Alcázar, which is the oldest royal palace still in use in the world, was built in 913 for the rulers of Cordoba, which ev controlled Sevilla ev.

The first expansion in the building group, which means Evi House of the King de in our language, was made by basAbbasis in the 11th century. During this period, the castle was expanded and a palace named ‌Al-Muwarak was built. Nearly 100 years later, the Muwavid dynasty built the eastern part of the building, the Patio del Crucero.

The structure that fascinates everyone with the beauty of the style of architecture, captures the city ‌III. He even impressed Fernando and decided to sit here.

In subsequent periods, first ‌III. Fernando’s son, ‌X. During the Alfonso period, the palace of the Muwavids was replaced by a Gothic structure. I-Pedro added the building bearing his name to the palace complex.

Due to its magical atmosphere, Alcázar Palace, which is also used for series and film shootings, is accessed from del Patio del Leon.. The bölümMaria del ‌Padilla Bath is one of the most interesting parts of the palace, which is famous for the beauty of its gardens.

 Note: This palace, one of the most popular places in Seville, is set on the world famous Game of Thrones directory. In the series known as The Water Gardens of Dorne, the garden of this beautiful palace.

  • Plaza de ‌Espana

EtkileyiciParque de María ‌Luisa is located in the impressive Plaza de ‌‌Espana, King ‌XIII. In 1928, when Alfonso was on the throne, it was opened for the Iberian American Trade Fair.

Aníbal González designed the park, which was designed to reflect the basic features of both Arab and Spanish architecture. In this context, some parts of the surrounding building group were built in accordance with oroMoro and some of them in accordance with Renaissance style. Nowadays, these structures are used by various official institutions.

In the middle of Spain Square is the enteVicente ‌Traver Fountain. On the canal just behind the fountain – 4 Venetian-style bridges symbolize the ancient Spanish kingdoms.

If you pass through these bridges and reach the walls of the complex surrounding the square, you can examine the maps of the Spanish cities and the tiles decorated with drawings depicting the most important historical events.

 Note: If you wish, you can tour the small canals in the square. Or you can join the carriage tour in many corners of the city from this square. The carriages first visit the Maria Luisa Park and then take you to the Cathedral. I don’t think it’s necessary if you ask.

Meanwhile, this is one of the places where you can watch the most beautiful and perhaps the cheapest flamenco shows in the city. Generally, semi-professional artists perform beautiful shows in the square. If you enjoy the show, try to give a little money.

  • Santa ‌ Cruz District

If you want to know more about the local culture, you can visit the ‌Santa ‌ Cruz Neighborhood, which offers attractive opportunities in its narrow streets.

The neighborhood is the King of Castile. After Fernando took control of the Iberian Peninsula from the Arabs, it became the habitat of the Jews.

Even after Toledo, the largest Jewish community in Spain lived there. However, the fate of the settlement began to deteriorate with the expulsion of the community after the ülk Alhambra Decree 14 announced in 1492.

With the renovation project realized in the 18th century, the neighborhood came to life again. During the works, the only synagogue in the region was converted into a Christian place of worship and named ‌ Iglesia de anta Santa María de ‌las ‌Nieves.

One of the streets in the neighborhood, which is always cool due to its architectural structure, is called “Kiss Street”, perhaps because of the narrowness of the balconies so close to each other. At the end of the street is the building that houses the first Venereal Diseases Hospital of the period.

  • Torre del ‌Oro

YapıySevilla is another building that I would recommend adding to your list of places to visit, ,Torre del ‌Oro, one of the symbols of the city. The structure, which means “Golden Tower de in our language, was built in the 13th century by the uhMuhawvid who ruled the city to control the traffic on the uGuadalquivir River and to defend the LimSevilla Portilla.

Over time, the tower was used for different purposes. Following the task of protecting the harbor area against potential dangers, the building served as observation tower, prison, chapel and gunpowder warehouse respectively. In fact, the demolition and sale of the stone tower, which had the status of a monument, came up.

Today, the Maritime Museum continues its activities in the Golden Tower. In the cultural facility where you can find detailed information about the history of the city in this area; old navigation instruments and models, documents, engravings, maps on display. If you take part in the boat tours organized on the river, you can see the tower from different angles.