Video visit to Seville

Finally! Here is the video of our visit to Seville. The video shows some of the most interesting places to see in Seville, the city is really worth a visit. The weather is usually warm and sunny and the city itself is awesome.
Here are some images of the Cathedral and the Giralda Tower, the Tower of Gold (Torre del Oro), the Triana barrio and bridge and some other outstanding sights. We have prepared two other videos with a virtual visit to the Reales Alcázares Palace, an incredible Palace, mixture of Arabic and Christian architectures, and another video of Plaza de España (Square of Spain), an amazing square. Hope you enjoy our videos!



Seville travel tips
More information about Seville in our Tour Spain Travel Guide of Seville
Use our interactive map of Seville to plan your trip, locate all the monuments, build your itinerary and find accommodation and restaurants.

15 comments:

Karin said...

Here's another place to put on your to-do-list!
As we were travelling through Andalusia, a beautiful region in the south of Spain, we passed by Huescar. Looking for a unique location, we found this region, which is 150 km from Granada and the Sierra Nevada. We found cave dwellings, in a beautiful and peaceful environment with countless lakes and parks. These caves have been used by the Moors in the Middle Ages and later as a sleeping-place and as a shelter for shepherds and their sheep. During winter and summer, the temperature in the caves is of 18 ° C up to 20 ° C, cool in summer and warm in winter. After this magnificent discovery, we decided to restore these caves and keep the original rooms, each with a fireplace and chimney. Of course, we added the modern conveniences, a kitchen, a bathroom with jacuzzi, bedroom with a four-poster bed and romantic lighting.
Each cave has its own terrace or garden, barbecue and garden furniture.
We offer you hotel service and serve you a delicious daily breakfast. This is a unique and unforgettable experience, staying in these rustic and romantic caves on a beautiful location with rural surroundings, enjoying the peace and quiet with a view of mountains and olive groves in the valley, enjoying a beautiful sunset. You will be staying within walking distance of the village with bars, restaurants, supermarkets. There you can also discover the hospitality of the local population.
We respect your privacy and are always ready for you with information about the region and its culture.

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Rubens said...

Fotos hechas por usted, estoy pensando en ir a conocer todo lo que cerrar, pero mientras yo no puedo ver a través de su blog que nos hace viajar sin salir de la parte frontal del ordenador.

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ms said...

My soccer friend Hector (from Sevilla) keeps telling me about how great Sevilla is, and i must say i looks quite nice, the Cathedral looks amazing.

Morten

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Peter Lau / Liuw Tjhin Dji Cung (founder) said...

you put a nice video...with that i can know many places...and more..

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Igneel said...

Nice info...

Jonathan said...

Interesting stuff. Plaza de Espana is one of my favourite places in Seville, if not all of Spain. It's a big white elephant - but an impressive one.

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Maureen Dolan said...

Hi, I´d love to take a little pony trap ride around the city, even if it´s also a tourist "trap". I llive near Madrid and sometimes I forget about the stunning beauty of the south. So, thanks for the video - Sevilla is number one on my list. I don´t think it´ll disappoint (as Córdoba did, a little). Even if you live here you need to see Spain as a tourist destination for you too!

Maria said...

thanks for your comment Maureen, hope you enjoy your visit to Seville :)

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