Although Seville isn't very close to the sea, the city is still very close to it in other ways and some of its treasures are exhibited here.
Memories of the Expo.
Seville isn't next to the sea but it has several centres and museums dedicated to this natural wonder. Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, the Sevillian architect, Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra, designed this pavilion for the Seville Expo '92. Here, you can see a permanent exhibition called 'Sevilla y la navegación atlántica' (Seville and Atlantic Sailing), where you will find the most technical and human parts of sailing. Besides this, there's an area for the scale models of boats which is wonderful to have a look at. There are many activities which are currently organized here: theatre during the evening and children's summer camps. Take the opportunity to go to the viewpoint that's in the 'Torre Schindler' tower, next to the pavilion. It's worth it!