1. Plaza España
Easily the most beautiful and extravagant plaza in Seville.
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2. Parque de María Luisa
Attractive park next to Plaza de España, with a good (free) botanical garden.
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3. Teatro Lope de Vega
Beautiful opera house. Nice for a quick look around when passing by, even better to see a show there.
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4. Museo Arqueologico
Seville's archeological museum can be found at the far end of the Parque de Maria Luisa. If you don't want to visit the exhibits inside, the neo-Renaissance exterior is still worth a visit.
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5. Museo Militar
Learn about Spain's military history in this museum housed inside the buildings around Plaza de España.
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6. Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares
Opposite the archeological museum is this museum of popular art and customs. Regular flamenco shows are among the attractions here.
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7. Pabellon Domecq and Pabellon Real
Check out two of the remaining pavilions from the 1929 Iberoamerican Exposition. The Pabellon Real is the more interesting of the two.
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8. Fabrica de Tabaco
All tobaco that entered Spain (and much of Europe) from South America used to pass through this factory, which is now a building of the University of Seville.
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