The monumental Seville
This is the route that unveils all of Seville's glory. The world-renowned Seville. A city that transcends borders. Here you will be able to see first-hand the most symbolic buildings of our history such as the Alcázar, the Giralda next to the Cathedral, the Plaza de España, the Santa Cruz Jewish Quarter ... If you want to complete this guide and not miss a thing, download our App
The two banks of the Guadalquivir
In this area is the city's treasure trove, its backbone, its raison d'être. The Guadalquivir River has been the economic engine at different times in the history of Seville and is also the border with the shore of one of the most traditional neighbourhoods of the capital of Seville: Triana. A place with its own personality where both flamenco and handicrafts still leave their mark. The Guadalquivir, Seville and Triana, a triangle of perfection. Discover our App and embark on this route to the city's history
The most baroque Seville
Seville carries the Baroque in its bloodline. This artistic trend permeates the streets and culture of Seville, as is the case with its Holy Week. The largest exhibition of this artistic trend is found in the Macarena neighbourhood, which owes its name to the Virgen de la Esperanza that resides next to the North Wall of the city, here we find the Church of San Luis de Los Franceses, which transports you to the Seville of the 18th century, brimming with details and intricate constructions. Do you want to learn more? Find all the information about this route in our App
The route of the Palaces
On this route, the magnitude reached by Seville after the Discovery of America is still palpable through the Palace Houses. Here you will get to know the Palacio de Las Dueñas, the Casa de Pilatos, the Palacio de Mañara and many more. Yet Seville was not only great in the past, in this area you will also find an emerging economic area in innovation with Aerópolis; alongside being the swiftest growing area in the city. Find out much more via our App.