Culture and leisure

Seville is located in the Andalusian region on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Within two hours drive from Seville you can reach Granada, Malaga or Portugal. The town has a hot Mediterranean climate, with more than 300 days of sun a year in Southern Spain. For centuries ancient Moorish, Jewish and Christian cultures lived together in peace, leaving their mark on the city.

Old folkloric traditions are still alive such as flamenco, the Fair of April or the traditional Easter festivities. The tapas culture is also part of the Sevillian way of life.

Museums, ancient monuments, theatres, music halls and festivals make Seville a perfect location for lovers of art & cultural heritage.

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