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Wonderful location in one of the most exclusive and popular places, the hotel is surprisingly elegant and has a unique decoration.
Old Tobacco Factory (now university)
The building was built in the eighteenth century as seat of the first tobacco factory located in Europe. Since the twentieth century houses the headquarters of the rectory of the University of Seville and some of its faculties. The enclosure is surrounded on three sides by a moat which isolates it from the outside. Renaissance and Baroque
Now is the official home of the University of Seville, known as "the rectory" Not only known for their important races such as history and geography, several philology, art history, etc., but also as a historical place and meeting point for both students, Erasmus or not, as to passersby.
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Calle San Fernando, s / n
Barrio de Santa Cruz ( santa cruz borough
Santa Cruz borough is the most popular and crowded neighborhood of seville. by its tipical narrow streets,stately houses, courtyards full of flowers, sparkling fountains, the scent of orange blossom and all the charm and legend around a that amazing neighbordhood.
it is worth taking this walk with calm , and spend long time by its streets and squares and enjoy corner, shadow...
Basílica de la Macarena ( Macarena´s church)
the basilica of the macarena is honored to the esperanza Macarena `s virgin which is very famous by the presentation of the sentence Christ's death built by the sculptor Felipe Morales Nieto. it represents when Pilate is sitting with gesture of hand washing in a basin which is in the hands of a black servant. Claudia Prócula is imploring clemency for the life of Christ, a Jew is reading the judgemente of the procured, three Roman soldiers and two Sanhedrinites. The Macarena`s Virgin is very admired by all sevillan people during sant week time . you can`t miss stopping by its bows and beutiful songs sung by amazing people. some people nickan...
Baños de la Reina Mora( the arab's baths)
Parque de Maria Luisa( the Mª Luisa's Park)
Arbors, fountains,statues and a dense vegetation are collected in the Mª Luisa Park . which its name is due to the Mª Luisa Fernanda Of Borbon Infant who donated the land to the city of Seville in 1893.
Hours Seville's Maria Luisa Park: Every day from 8 to 22 hours.
Price: Free access.
Address: Avenida de la Palmera, s / n 41013
Directions to Maria Luisa Park Seville Prado de San Sebastián line 1 subway station.
Plaza de América( american's square)
Isla Mágica ( theme park)
Isla Mágica is a theme park is located in Seville, which is based on the discovery of America and opened in 1997. It was formed taking advantage of some facilities of the Expo 1992.
Address: Isla de la Cartuja, Avenue of Discovery, s / n, 41092 Sevilla...
EL Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán( the stadium's football of Seville)
Discover the new era of Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium, you can lives a sevillista experience visiting every corner of the Stadium of Sevilla FC, with its dramatic reform. Built in 1958, it has hosted historic football matches and the semifinals of the 1982 World Cup between France and Germany, the final of the European Cup 1986 between Steaua Bucharest and FC Barcelona, and the matches of Sevilla FC League, Cup and European competitions such as the UEFA Europa League and UEFA Champions League.
Puente de Triana ( triana's bridge)
ISABEL II BRIDGE (BRIDGE OF TRIANA)
Triana`s bridge is an emblematic monument of Seville. the bridge connects the city with one of its most popular neighborhoods, Triana.
The Bridge of Isabel II, that is how truly is called,It was built in the late nineteenth century to replace the old bridge of boats, which consisted of eleven ships chained together, with two pilasters in the openings to prevent flooding of the river.
On February 23, 1852, it was opened...
El estadio Benido Villamarín(stadium)
Estadio olimpico de la cartuja (OLYMPIC STADIUM CARTUJA)
Acuario de Sevilla(Aquiarium of Seville)
Sevilla Aquarium is located in the Muelle de las Delicias. It is one of the centers of this type with greatest biodiversity in Europe. More than 3,000 cubic meters of water, about 400 marine species and more than seven thousand copies, including bull sharks (Carcharias taurus) and hammer (bonnethead), the matamata turtles (Mata Mata) and a giant octopus stand out.
November to February: Monday to Thursday 10:00 to 19:00 h. Frid...
BUILDING Metropol Parasol "MUSHROOM INCARNATION
The Metropol Parasol is a wooden structure of modern design which is located in the traditional square of the Incarnation.
It has dimensions of 150 x 70 meters and a height of 26 meters and has been designed by German architect Jürgen Mayer. the building emphasizeby its 2 large columns of concrete that house elevators access to the viewpoint.
It has become a tourist attraction over the historic center of Seville. Its shape of fungus causes be known popularly as the "Mushrooms of the Incarnation"
Antigua fábrica de Tabacos( old tobacco factory
The current headquarters of the Hispalense University, worked at the time of the industrial boom, XVIII century as a tobacco factory.
Former workers and tasks that played there, there are currently few canvases that represent them in full maelstrom of work.
Hours Tobacco Factory of Seville: Monday to Friday from 9 to 22 hours.
Price: Free admission.
Address: Calle San Fernando, 4 41004
Iglesia del Salvador (salvador's church)
Salvador's Church is a religious temple of Roman Catholic worship under the title of Our Lord San Salvador. It is located in the Plaza del Salvador in Seville, and is the largest church in the city after the Cathedral.
Address: Pl del Salvador, s / n, 41004 Sevilla.
Province: Province of Seville
Phone: 954 21 16 79
PLAZA DE ARMAS (the old Cordoba Station)
The old Cordoba Station which nowadays is a shopping center known as "plaza de armas". it has Neomudejar style, its architecture is inspired by the Great Mosque of Tangiers and in the courtyard of the Myrtles of the Alhambra.
it is Hidden under a plastic tarp and behind a thick tangle of trees, the old Cordoba Station, the first that was in Seville, it is an example of neomudéjar style that prevailed at a time of strong investment in rail infrastructure. The proliferation of brick is also found in the neighboring resorts of Huelva and Jerez.