Sultry Seville is a serious contender for the hotly-contested title of Spain's most romantic city. The enchanting Andalusian capital is awash with fairy tale-like landmarks, from the resplendent Alcazar royal palace to the grandiose, Gothic-style Seville Cathedral. As the home of flamenco dancing, it's among the best places on the planet to marvel at this hot-blooded artform.

    Across town you'll find all manner of dimly-lit restaurants, where you can sip sherry and feast on mouth-watering delicacies like acorn-fed Iberian ham and grilled white anchovies. And, should you need a further local culture fix, the Museum of Fine Arts is packed with locally-produced masterpieces from the middle ages to the 20th century.

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      The Andalusian capital of Seville is rightly famous for its art and history, but the city's delicious tapas have a similarly exalted reputation. The local cuisine is part of the cultural heritage of any holiday destination. It's almost as important as visiting the monuments and museums that are most popular with tourists. So, if you're thinking of coming to the...

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    • Seville Travel Essentials

      Our Seville Travel Essentials lays out the essential information you need to help planning your trip to one of the most popular destinations in Spain. No matter how frequently you travel, some questions will always need answers: What’s the weather like? How can I get from the airport to my hotel? What currency and type of plug do I need...

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