A few hours drive from the Andalucian coastal resorts, Seville has a distinctively historic feel. The Moorish influence is easy to spot in the stunning architecture, and its buzzing network of tiny streets make it an explorer’s paradise. The sheer variety of buildings here represents how often Seville changed hands, and its significance as the economic hub of the Spanish empire. The main exports nowadays are the famous bitter Seville oranges, and of course – Flamenco.
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When to Visit
Below gives you information and a rating of the best time of year to visit.