Your visit could start with the most emblematic monuments of the city: The Cathedral, the Giralda, the Real Alcazar...
The Cathedral of Seville is the largest Gothic temple in the world and the third largest temple of Christendom. Its interior is majestic: don’t miss the greater altarpiece and the tomb where rest the remains of Christopher Columbus. It is also spectacular to tour its rooftop decks (remember to book this in advance) and see the city from La Giralda, which was once the world’s tallest tower.
The Reales Alcazares are a must see. It is the oldest inhabitable royal palace in Europe, and was recently home to the kingdom of Dorne in the famous series, Game of Thrones.
After marvelling at these locations, we suggest a little break, enjoying the seductive Sevillian cuisine. Relax on any terrace and ask for some tapas! In the afternoon, how about a stroll through the incomparable Barrio de Santa Cru, that wonderful labyrinth with its narrow streets, ending at the Jardines de Murillo and Paseo Catalina de Ribera. Not far away, you have Plaza España, and on the way, you can visit the Old Tobacco Factory, which is currently the headquarters of the rectorate of the Universidad de Sevilla.