The capital of Andalusia. The fourth large city in Spain connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the channels. It is considered the Andalusian capital of „flamenco” folklore and corrida. Interesting cultural events and extraordinary people enriches the city panorama. Nowadays, the government offices and the Andalusian province is located there. The modern suburbs contrast extremely with the aged Old City districts, like Santa Cruz or Triana. Seville is famous for its great number of orange trees blooming, particularly, in Spring. Visiting the city at that time is worth the smell. Among the historical building the St. Virgin Mary cathedral dated XV century and the XII century over 104 meters high Girlanda minaret situated in the vicinity of the cathedral, designed to ride in by a horse are worth visiting. Those two buildings enchant with their beauty and symbolise the extraordinary history of the city.
Seville by train
The Sevilla Santa Justa was put into service in 1992 due to the fact of connecting the city to AVE high-speed train access. Seville, among others, is connected with Granada, Malaga and Toledo. You may also reach the city from Barcelona and Madrid. The terminal is located within 15 minutes from historic centre of Seville as well as from other tourist attractions.
How to book train ticket online
The train tickets online for polish and european railway connections as well as timetables may be acquired on PolishTrains.eu
- Alkazar Palace
- Bullfighting arena
- Spanish Square
- Torre del Oro
- Santa Cruz District
- La Macarena Basilica