Publish Time：2021-04-06 10:57:32Source：Tourism Board of the City of Seville
【Introduction】：Seville is an important tourist destination in southern Europe. Located on the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, with a population of 700,000 inhabitants, it is the capital of the autonomous community of Andalucía.
Seville is an important tourist destination in southern Europe. Located on the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, with a population of 700,000 inhabitants, it is the capital of the autonomous community of Andalucía.
With a rich and extensive history resulting from the different civilizations that have settled on this very fertile territory (Phoenicians, Romans, Visigoths, and Arabs) located between the marshland and the river delta, only 80 kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean.
Seville offers an incomparable tourist experience that impresses everyone who visits:
Of particular note is its valuable and magnificent monumental heritage, its broad cultural offerings and its delicious gastronomy.
The climate is another attraction of the city. Its average annual temperature is between 18º and 20º C, with many hours of sunshine throughout the year (around 3,000 hours). This lets Seville enjoy life in the streets and do activities outdoors almost year round.
Moreover, Seville is the birthplace and capital of flamenco, declared an “Intangible Heritage of Humanity”.
The city has also inspired the most operas over the centuries: 150 compositions, some as universal as “Carme”, “Don Giovanni”, and “The Barber of Seville”.
In addition to preserving the enormous legacy of its past, Seville is a city that looks to the future and evolves. For proof of this look no further than the contemporary architecture from the 1992 Universal Exposition, or new buildings, such as “Las Setas” in the Plaza de la Encarnación, the new Conference and Exhibition Centre, the Sevilla Tower, the bicycle lane network.