The capital of Andalucêa region of Spain, Seville is considered to be the cultural and financial capital of Southern Spain. Located on the banks of River Guadalquivir, Seville is rich in both looks as well as personality. Apart from the brilliant cultural heritage that the city provides, it also has a vibrant nightlife. Oranges, flamenco and bullfighting describe the city in a few words.
A city with rich Moorish heritage, Seville is said to be one of the largest historical centres in Europe. It is the administrative capital of the largest town in Southern Spain, Andalucêa. Seville is characterised by the old fashioned street lights, the horse drawn carriages and the elegant edifices which spell a different charm on the tourists. Seville is situated on the banks of River Guadalquivir and the port here has an historically important role in the trade between Spain and America. The city is historically rich with monuments like La Giralda, the Cathedral, Alcazar Palace, Casa de Pilatos, Archive of the Indies, the Town Hall and many more. Apart from this, Seville is also popular for all its festivals, especially the Easter and Feria de Abril. It also has a wide range of natural wealth like Nature Reserves. Seville is also perfect for all the connoisseurs of food as it has a lot to offer in its tapas culture.
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