The largest gothic cathedral in the world is one of Seville's main attractions.
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The former Muslim minaret is now a part of Seville's cathedral and represents a fascinating clash of civilizations.
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Royal palace and fortress, like a mini Alhambra. If you can't make it to Granada for its larger counterpart, you won't be disappointed with Seville's smaller version.
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4. Casa de Pilatos
An impressive house built in a combination of Italian Renaissance and mudejar styles.
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5. Plazas del Pan and Salvador
Two picturesque plazas in the center of Seville. Plaza Salvador is the more popular of the two, with its popular tapas bar. Young sevillanos
who can't afford the tapas sit on the steps of the church to drink before a night out.
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6. Casa de la Memoria
Exhibition center that shows excellent flamenco shows most nights of the week. Shows frequently sell out.
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7. Go for Tapas
The area around where c/Santa Maria de la Blanca and c/Cueto y Cano cross is a great location for tapas. On the corner (pictured) is a great take-away fried fish restaurant.
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8. Flamenco Museum
Image: Judith Glynn
Learn a little of the history of flamenco at Spain's most celebrated flamenco museum.
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The Town Hall, between Plaza Nueva and Plaza San Francisco is a curiosity for its half-finished façade.
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10. Archivo General de las Indias