Nestled on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville is heir to a rich Arab legacy, much of which you can see while walking. It has an interesting set of constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO and neighborhoods with a deep popular flavor, such as Triana or La Macarena. Monuments such as the Giralda, the Cathedral, the Reales Alcázares, the Parque de María Luisa or the Plaza de España have been joined in recent years by others of contemporary architecture such as the Metrosol Parasol (the mushrooms) that have become the best menus of city presentation.
The cultural and leisure offer of the city becomes quite an attraction with numerous museums and art centers, theme parks, cinemas, theaters and nightclubs. It is also an outstanding center of business and services in the south of the peninsula. And whether it's for work or leisure, when you visit Seville, you can't help but discover the essence of its gastronomy in its many terraces, bars and restaurants.
Another good excuse to visit the capital of Seville is its festivals. Declared of International Tourist Interest, such as Holy Week and the April Fair, reflect the devotion and folklore of the Sevillian people.