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Seville, the capital of Andalusia, is undoubtedly one of the most charming and multicultural cities in Spain. It boasts a wealth of monuments dating from Roman times and the Middle Ages of Al-Andalus to the present day.
Seville is a melting pot of cultures – a point of convergence among the different cultures comprising Spanish tradition and a witness to the peaceful coexistence among Muslims, Jews and Christians. This coexistence for more than seven centuries, the mark left by Roman civilisation, its growth during the colonial expansion, and the fact that it has been a crossroads throughout its history have left such iconic landmarks such as La Giralda, the Cathedral of Sevilla, the Plaza de España or the La Maestranza Bullring, along with modern buildings from the Seville Expo ‘92.
Seville is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, and best represents the consummate Andalusian character. The scent of orange blossoms and mouthwatering tapas waft through its streets, full of orange trees. Seville is at its finest during Easter, when the entire city throws itself into the pasos, the verses sung as saetas and fervour awakened by the dozens of processions passing through the city.