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Guia of Seville
As the song says "Seville has a special color". Sevilla love to the world by his personality, his warmth, its fairs, its atmosphere, its sun. The joy that transmit sevillian’s people and the smell of orange blossom when you walk by its unbelievable neighborhoods so lovely located in the center of Seville being so popular as santa cruz’s borough , mateos gagos’s street where you can enjoy eating while listen to flamenco music contemplating its Giralda or Triana’s bridge.
You will fall in love seeing its famous corne...
Torre del Oro ( Gold tower)
It was built between 1220 and 1221 by the Moroccan dynasty Almohad . it was formerly attached to the walls of the city and connected to a similar tower called Torre de Plata. The Torre del Oro received this name because it was covered with a mixture of mortar, lime and pressed straw that shined under the sunlight with a golden hue. Hence its name
Gold Tower has had many uses throughout its history. Originally it was used for surveillance, after the Christian conquest it served as chapel and later became a prison. Now in its interior we can find the Naval Museum of Seville.
The Real Alcazar
it's a essential monument in Seville ' la Real Alcazar" also known as Alcazar.
This complex of palaces was declared a World Heritage Site by the Cathedral and Archivo de Indias in 1987.it's Located in the center of Seville close to santa cruz's district . it receives more than 1 million visits per year. It is not only a place of great historical significance, but also constitutes one of the most beautiful and curious architectural ensembles in the country, mixing styles from Mudejar to the Renaissance.
Archivo de indias
The General Archive of the Indies was born in 1785 by the King Charles III, because he wanted to collect in one place the documents coming from Indies , until then,it had been scattered in Simancas, Cadiz and Seville.
Its headquarters is the emblematic building of the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes Seville, Juan de Herrera was the architect .It has more than 43,000 files, with some eighty million pages of original documents, occupy eight linear kilometers of shelves. These funds are an exceptional source ta into more than three centuries of American history (from Tierra del Fuego to the southern United States) and Asia (Philippines).
CATHEDRAL OF SEVILLE
Seville Cathedral is the world's largest, after St. Peter's in the Vatican and San Pablo in London third. It is one of the last Gothic cathedrals in Spain, already showing evidence of the Renaissance style.
The cathedral is located where was the Great Mosque in the twelfth century. It was converted into a Christian church to conquer the city Ferdinand III of Castile in 1248. From the original mosque minaret remains, now known as the Giralda and the Patio de los Naranjos.
The Giralda is the bell tower of the Cathedral of Seville declared World Heritage Site since 1987 also stands out for its location and hist...
Plaza de españa
the plaza of Spain was built due to the ibero-american exhibition of 1929,symbol of the regionalist architecture highlighted by the successful combination of brick of its structure with tiles and various ornaments polychrome pottery.
The main attractions of the place is its semicircular lake, the twin towers, banks in which they appear, by tiles, the 48 Spanish provinces and its beautiful coffered ceiling.
Catedral de Sevilla ( cathedral of Seville)
Seville Cathedral, the world's third largest, is an encyclopedia of history. On its Roman base a Visigoth temple stood. Actually stay only "the Patio de los Naranjos" which in turn results heritage, along with the Giralda, the Moorish mosque on said Visigoth temple was built in time of Arab domination. However, the fundamental part, what we see today, began to be built after the Reconquest, in the eleventh century, lasting five centuries its construction. The predominant style is late Gothic and Plateresque, with important parts in Renaissance style. A highlight among its artistic treasures are the Flemish glass windows, the eleventh to the nineteenth century and the treasures of...
Iglesia del Salvador ( salvador church)
La iglesia del Salvador( salvador church) is an example of Andalusian Baroque. It is also the second largest temple in Seville after the Cathedral, the square in which it is located is in the Plaza del Salvador which is well known being a lively and fun place.
the salvador church can be visited to know its past and discover that in ancient times was the main mosque in the city. During the visit also up to the deck, where the view is breathtaking. All this is by guided tour, although you must book three months in advance. also include the Altarpiece, the Altarpiece of the BrotherhoodCristo del amor ( Christ of Love), Sacramental Chapel, Baroque altarpiece and the altar of Our Lady of Rocio.
Museo de bellas artes
The Museum of Fine Arts of Seville was established in September 1835 and officially opened in 1841. It is now considered one of the most important museums in Spain. It is located in the so-called Museum Square, which is dominated by a sculpture dedicated to Bartolome Esteban Murillo. It is a fundamental museum to know as the Seville Baroque painting, especially of Zurbarán, Murillo and Valdes Leal, as the nineteenth century Andalusian painting
it's Located in the old Merced Calzada Convent, the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville was founded as a "museum of paintings" on September 16, 1835, The building is one of the best examples of Andalusian mannerism. Juan de Oviedo and the Flag was the architect and sculptor who designed the construction project, led by Fray Alonso de Monroy. The current collection of the museum also houses great treasures of Seville Baroque (with works by Francisco de Zurbarán, Murillo and Valdes Leal, among others as the century Andalusian painting XIX..El Museum is located at Museum Square.
The house pilatos
The Casa de Pilatos is located in the Plaza de Pilatos Seville, built by mixing the Italian Renaissance and Spanish Mudejar styles, is considered as a prototype of the Andalusian palace.
The construction of this beautiful ornate Moorish palace and beautiful gardens tiles began in the late fifteenth century, on the initiative and desire of D. Pedro Enriquez (Adelantado Mayor de Andalucía) and his wife Catalina de Ribera, but had to be completed by the son, Fadrique Enríquez de Ribera (first Marquis of Tarifa), which was responsible for that housing came to our appointed time as it is known after a pilgrimage he made to Jerusalem en1519, and on his return made several reforms the finish makes the popular idea w...
Plaza de armas
This mall is located in the building of the old train station in Seville, known as Cordoba Station ".
The station was built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is a building of regionalist style, like the other buildings that were erected in Sevilla on this occasion, a style that combined aspects of Moorish architecture and traditional elements of historic architecture Andalusian.
It worked like station to the Expo 1992, when the new station of Santa Justa is built and this building passes to become the Pavilion of Seville.
After the Expo, work began on adapting th...
it's known as Triana bridge but officially is the bridge of Isabel II, in honor of Queen Elizabeth II of Spain and was the first one to be built in Seville using iron as material. . The bridge of Isabel II was the first one that passed the railways, being declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976. Today it is a bridge linking the city center with the Triana district across the river Guadalquivir and was replaced in the nineteenth century an old pontoon bridge that was in place and one of the most famous of the capital Sevillana
Parque Maria Luisa
Maria Luisa park were part of the private gardens of the Palacio de San Telmo that was donated to Seville by the Infanta Maria Luisa. That is why his nickname. Sevilla park became a favorite place, in a unique and evocative space that many times it would identify, would be recognized in the world.
Because Maria Luisa Park is Seville and Seville isn't Seville without Maria Luisa Park. Although this park is one of the best known in Spain, still holds many secrets and anecdotes you might not know ... +
Curiosities that includes:
Metropol Parasol ( building)
El Archivo Provincial acoge la exposición 'El tabaco del rey'
Exhibition: "Terracotta Warriors" in the Muelle de las Delicias Seville
Where: Muelle de las Delicias, Puerto de Sevilla.
When: Friday November 13 2015 to Sunday 24 January 2016.
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 to 21 hours. Sundays and holidays from 10 to 19 hours. Access to an hour and a half before closing.
For more information on schedules, prices ..
Holy Week in Seville is without a doubt, the Festival of Seville. In it, a lot of brotherhoods of all neighborhoods, make the itinerary of her penance station with hundreds of Nazarenes and siblings who accompany their sacred images in steps through the streets of Seville.
Holy Week in Seville has a tradition of canons and guidelines that have been copied in many parts of the world and especially in Andalusia, except the cities of Malaga and Cadiz where they have their own customs and traditions preserved for centuries until today.
Fair of Seville
The fair of Seville also known as "April Fair is a festival popularly known. it's always celebrate the third week after Easter, Tuesday to Sunday inclusive. Although more and more numerous people who advance the fair the weekend before. the fair always fit with the month of April.
Thousands of lanterns and bulbs illuminate the fair and its cover, from its beginning with Monday lighting, until its completion on Sunday with fireworks.
More than 1000 stalls and a funfair make delirium and enjoy the smaller and older, without forgetting the majestic rid...
Bar el Manijero
it's a restaurant located in the heart of Seville.offering tradicional cuisine of very good quality. the products are of a high standard, especially meat and fish, always fresh
the average price per person can be about 10 or 20 € per person,all depending what you choose but a retinto large steak , a good beef steak or fresh fried fish must be paid. it's a top quality restaurant
Address: Calle Trastamara, 15, 41001 Sevilla
BAR El Rinconcillo
it's the oldest bar in Seville,and , is mandatory stop there. The decor, atmosphere and staff could not be more authentic. Ideal for taking a generous wines or very fresh and well brewed beer. To eat, spinach with chickpeas and cod pavías (Pavia soldiers., Cod with tomato, peppers .... All great Asaos
The average price per person can be about about 10 or € 20 per person, all depending on what you order ...
Gerona Street, 40, 41003 Sevilla
Phone: 954 22 31 83
Bar Obejas Negras (Bar Black Sheep
Petit Bar Committee
Food and price really good. Very friendly waiters and good service. . Great place next to the Maestranza theatre.
it's offer Spectacular food where you can enjoy variety of tapas as a cream of mushrooms, croquettes, beef tataki, Cod with Tomato Jam. Osta Goat Cheese and Caramelized Leeks. Octopus with truffled Parmentier and egg yolk, poached egg, beef tataki, xxl Chocolate coulant.
The average price is 15 euros per person.
We recommend booking in advance
The Lonja Mercado del Barranco
The Mercado Lonja del Barranco is located next to the river on the bridge of Triana it has 20 shops which offers a wide selection of food from fresh fish and seafood to the typical italian cheese ranging from fresh fish and seafood to the typical Italian cheese through meats, sausages, salmorejos , sushi, tortillas, croquettes, stews and lifetime caps.
In addition, it offer 6 trolley of product desgustación and terrace with amazing views to the Gua...
Bodeguita Antonio Romero
You can eat at any time, very friendly staff and good atmosphere. All the food is delicious. Incredible shrimp omelettes, scrambled eggs¡ and the famous "piripi" , all exquisite. And if you order a cheese plate to accompany the wine is special.
fast Recommended 100%
There are 3 bodeguitas antonio romero . We recommend you the Bodeguita Romero II
For more information tapas click on this link:
Golondrinas de Triana
it's located in triana neighborhood. this bar offers very good products. suggestion: sirloin, cold meat ( caña de lomo, jamon ( jam ). Beer a good temperature and well run. Nice atmosphere and very good service. Highly recommended.
Restaurante el Modesto
the service is excellent. the food of high quality and exclusive. it's located in a place really nice of Seville where you can eat on its fantastic terrace smelling organge blosson or inside the restaurant and can also take "tapas" if you want.it
this restaurant offers fried fish, seafood and "tapas"in a wide tavern with terrace decorated with mosaic and bullfighting scenes.
For more information click the following link tapas
Tradicional Andalusian tavern of classic "tapas" as fried fish marinated and simple terrace.
suggestion: anchovies marinated, fantastic "pavias", croquettes, vegetable salad.good brewed beer. it's not a restaurant is a tapa Bar. it's always very busy bute the service is fast. Good quality-price
phone: 954 227 384
adress: Calle José de Velilla, 1, 41001 Sevilla...
Bodega Santa Cruz - Las Columnas
This bar is located in santa cruz neighborhood. bar with a good atmosphere and friendly waiters. there are variety of tapas as "montadito de pringa". it's a place where you can eat cheap.this bar usually is full so you have to eat standing. it tiplical bar only for "tapas".
This restaurant is located in one of the best places in the city and has become a meeting point for neighbors. With traditional decor, invites to enjoy the sun on the high tables of the terrace. Its cuisine is based on quality ingredients and has good prices.
TEATRO LOPE DE VEGA
The Teatro Lope de Vega is one of the most iconic in the history of theater in Spain spaces. The "Lope" was inaugurated on April 16, 1949 and was the scenario for great names of the song, but it is from 1997 when it becomes the benchmark of musical theater in Spain to host the biggest hits of musical theater: Beauty and the Beast, Phantom of the Opera, Mamma Mia !, Jesus Christ Superstar and Les Misérables. In 2011 it was a profound reform, respecting its historical richness, to host the most successful musical ever staged in Spain: The Lion King
MORE INFORMATION http://www.teatrolopedevega....
Teatro la Función de Sevilla
Sevilla Smelter is a social and permanent headquarters of the "Association of Friends of the Theater" and the Performing Arts of Seville (Atães) and is one of the most emblematic places of the Andalusian city. . Since opening are scheduled at the Foundry over 300 theater, dance, flamenco, shorts, magic, storytelling, as well as regular art exhibitions, being, after 9 seasons a cultural reference in the city.
MORE INFORMATION: http://www.fundiciondesevilla.es/
multicultural space with theater, television, workshops, school communication and cabaret with live music.
MORE INFORMATION: http://www.teatroquintero.com/
Address: Cuna Street, 15, 41004 Sevilla
Phone: 954 50 February 9
Teatro de la Maestranza
The Teatro de la Maestranza, was opened by Her Majesty the Queen on May 2, 1991. Works of Aurelio del Pozo and Luis Marín architects, their situation in a privileged environment of historic Seville, its exceptional technical characteristics, quality and variety of programming and, above all, the enthusiastic public response, have made the same in a few years the great scenic South space.
MORE INFORMATION: https://www.teatrodelamaestranza.es/
Tablao Lola de los Reyes
This place is perfect to take drinks a quiet and relaxed way listening to the best live flamenco. inside the local you breathe flamenco art in everywhere by its decoration, environment, personnel actions and guided by Lola owner, give the place a touch of grandeur ....
It is a very authentic tablao, away from every topic where people from here go with a simple scene start and where flamenco is heard loudly, stress-free, in a familiar and friendly atmosphere.
It's an environment that must be experienced. It's worth going.
it's located in Triana district with an exceptional atmosphere. Basically it is a gathering of friends who play and sing the purest Sevillian style. The décor is not wasted. The bar opens at 12 pm but if you want to get sitting you should book before going to the bar or wait a queue about 30 minutes before come in . Even so, maybe the local could be full so in this case you would be standing while eating.
Tablao Orillas de Triana ( flamenco)
The Tablao Shores Triana,is located in flamenco school "flamenquería de Sevilla" it's an ideal place to enjoy the best flamenco of Seville. it's offers differentes shows of Flamenco:"El ciclo de jóvenes promesas", las noches de los miercoles","noches de Tablao"( thursdays, friday and saturday).
Where: Tablao Triana Shores (flamenco school flamenconess), Street Castilla, 94.
A mother, a daughter, three possible fathers and a wedding you will never forget
A whole injection of positive energy in a blockbuster that has managed to woo more than 54 million viewers worldwide.
A great love story of Friendship and much Ritmo
A global phenomenon built around ABBA songs with which you will dance, sing, and you'll laugh while you travel more comfortable re optimistic side of life.
Date: From March 4, 2016 until March 20, 2016
El Rey is a fictional work that reveals a man who seems to be on the decline of his life after moving from everything to nothing. Meanwhile, we reflect on its true role in the history of Spain: its achievements and mistakes, his legacy for decades and need as an institution in a society like ours ... Starring own San Juan, Luis Bermejo and Willy Toledo the text includes characters like Don Juan de Borbon, Adolfo Suarez or Felipe González.
guide of seville
Sevilla Tetuan Street is located in the historic heart of the city, within its district Casco Antiguo.Enlaza the central Plaza Nueva and Calle Velázquez, which is its natural continuation.
there is a huge business, even higher than that of the previous track above, with the introduction in it of many major fashion brands and franchises, Spanish and foreign. Part of the natural axis Plaza Nueva - Campana, the current character exclusively pedestrian street, equipped with a comfortable pavement without sidewalks and with the appeal of the many shops installed in it, make this route one of the busiest and liveliest of all the city.
Sevilla Sierpes street is the most popular and busy street in this city by travelers visiting Sevilla.
It is located in the center of the old town between Campana and San Francisco Square, where the Town Hall is. The street is pedestrian and is full of shops, snack bars and cafes recognized. To alleviate the summer heat, awnings are placed at the height of the roofs. There are also some buildings of the regional architecture
Calle Tetuán, 1, 41001 Sevilla, Sevilla, España
Centro Comercial El corte Inglés
You will find everything you walk looking for. In the last terrace feature a gourmet type bar next to a market where a large part of the old Seville currency.
In short, if you go shopping to El Corte Ingles and want to make a break to take some tapas, Gourmet Experience is perfect for you. If you want to enjoy a good meal, sipping your time and enjoying the company, I think as a good bar lunch at no comparable gourmet experience.
Some of his tapas
El paseo de Colon
In BOGA you'll find fun from early afternoon until late evening. From Thursday to Sunday you can enjoy different types of shows live from monologues to musical groups pop / rock and especially groups with the best flamenco.
Paseo de Cristobal Colon, 7, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
Bribom has it all: great atmosphere, local fashion, great drinks, music of the moment, and Friday afternoon live performances of the great Roberto Osorno. You can dance inside or chat quietly in the covered terrace. And it is located in the Golden Mile leisure Sevilla, ...
Groucho nightclub Bar
good commercial music, a diverse audience but with good looking in all versions and an afternoon full of performances and a night that is growing in pace and fun and where you spend it superbly at any time.
the public is 37 years down
Seville Airport, also called San Pablo Airport is located in southern Spain, ten kilometers northeast of Seville between the city limits of Seville and Rinconada. It is the only city of Seville and has large and comfortable facilities where cafeterí¬as, tourist offices, and shops are located; It also stands out because it mostly takes domestic flights and its main destination the city of Barcelona.
Sevilla Airport (SVQ), A-4, Km. 532, 41020 Sevilla, Spain
Train station ( santa justa)
The station is Santa Justa train station in Seville. It is huge, with several levels and all kinds of services. The building itself was designed by architects Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz; It is preceded by a huge staircase. Once inside we found several cafes, gift shops, travel agencies, currency exchange office, and a multitude of screens. There are many security guards, and also has parking and taxi rank. Just opposite there are several car rental agencies.
Through the huge hall a...
Estación de Autobuses Plaza de Armas
The central bus station Plaza de Armas was built for Expo '92. It is quite wide and higher out and input bus destinations. The second is the Prado Bus Station.
Among the most common destinations here, buses depart and arrive from the own province of Seville, in the province of Huelva, Cadiz, Badajoz, Madrid (Socibus) and localities, among others.
Some of the bus companies operating in this station are Damas, Casal, Alsa and Socibus. The first is usually very requeste...
Estación Prado de San Sebastían
The bus station Prado de San Sebastian is located in the center of Seville, near the Puerta de Jerez and Maria Luisa Park. You can get there by bus with a circle. C1 or C2. The city tram also stops here.
There arriving and departing buses coming and going to various provinces of Andalusia (Cadiz, Cordoba, Jaen, Almeria, Malaga and Granada) and other major towns in the own province of Seville and other Spanish provinces, including Barcelona, Murcia or Cartagena.
Some of the companies operating in the bus station Prado de San Sebastian i...
SEVILLA TOURIST BUS TOUR AND CITY
Sevilla Tour and Tour Bus are the two companies that conduct tours in buses by the most emblematic areas of the city. Comments are available in several languages. The main stop is next to the Torre del Oro (Paseo Colón). The price of day ticket is 16 €.
The walks along the river is another tourist attraction of Seville thanks to its good weather and the spectacular views from the Guadalquivir. We can find from the typical tourist cruise to private visits in Yate for up to 10 people (Walking Guadalquivir email@example.com).
Hotel Plaza Sevilla
C/ Albareda,15 41004. Sevilla, España.
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