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Situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir river, Seville has inherited a rich Arab legacy together with its status as a prosperous commercial port with the Americas.



The Andalusian capital oozes joy and bustle in each of the streets and squares which make up the historic centre of the city, which is also home to an interesting group of World Heritage buildings and traditional neighbourhoods such as the Triana or Macarena.



An important business and services centre in the south of the peninsula, Seville has a rich offering of hotels spread out through its urban centre, which allow you to discover the many treasures that this city contains. Museums and art centres, theme parks, cinemas, theatres, and party rooms are only some of the many leisure options which a great city like Seville can provide. All of this without forgetting the many terraces, taverns, and bars where one can take part in one of the city's most well-established and loved customs: "tapeo" (going to bars and eating tapas).



Another good excuse to come to Seville is its parties. Easter week and the April Fair, both declared International Tourist Attractions, reflect the devotion and folklore of the Seville people, always open and warm with visitors. But Seville is much more than this; because it is a good starting point to see the rest of the province through the different cultural routes, such as the Roman Bética Route or the Washington Irving Route.



One can also discover the great natural beauty of a region on the border between two continents, with treasures such as the Doñana National Park, UNESCO Work Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve, or the Sierra Norte National Park. They provide the perfect backdrop for all sorts of open-air activities, such as hiking, horse riding, or bike riding. If it's golf that you are looking for, Seville has four excellent courses in the outskirts of the city.



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