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The Festival of April, the Holy Week, the bulls at the Maestranza… The reasons for why Seville has ‘a special colour’ are endless, which you too can discover by taking one of our cheap flights to Seville. Although some are at particular times of the year, there is a host of attractions to be seen year-round. Its Old Town is the largest in Spain and one of the largest in Europe, boasting impressive monuments such as the Cathedral, the Alcázar and the Archive of the Indies, all declared UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Santa María de la Sede Cathedral is the largest Gothic Christian cathedral in the world. The bell tower, known as the Giralda, was built in the 11th century and is similar to the minaret at the Kutubia Mosque in Marrakech, despite its ornamental Renaissance top. The Royal Alcázar, a collection of Islamic, Mudejar and Gothic walled palaces, serve as accommodation to members of the Royal Spanish House and heads of state visiting Seville, making it the oldest active royal palace in Europe. Other emblematic monuments include the Golden Tower, a 13th century Arab building located on the banks of the Guadalquivir. The Spanish Plaza, a large, monumental open space, built in 1929 for the Latin American Exposition, is an interesting example of regional architecture and one of the city’s most typical places, used as a backdrop in films such as ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ and ‘Star Wars’.
Immerse yourself in the true essence of Seville with a trip to the neighbourhoods of Santa Cruz and Triana. The former is what used to be the Medieval Jewish Quarter, and one of the most emblematic and picturesque areas in the city. The latter, on the other side of the river, is one of the most popular neighbourhoods. This age-old, stunning mixture of scenery, architecture and atmospheres, gives Seville this ‘special colour’.