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City Break

Mysterious and cultural, the fourth largest city in Spain is one of the most sought by tourists. Among one and another “Olé”, discover the beauty of flamenco, the dance that is the city’s highlight around the world, include bullfights, one of the greatest cultural symbols of Seville.

Going to Seville and not seeing a flamenco show is an unforgivable sin. It exists throughout the city, but in the Triana district, across Guadalquivir River, which divides the city, there are plenty to choose while moving across the colorful Calle Betis. The same can be said of bullfighting, one of the great symbols of the city that is an attraction for tourists coming from all over the world to see the fiesta in its entire splendor. With these two experiences on the agenda, set out to explore the city. Start at Santa Maria Cathedral in Seville, the country's largest and third largest in the world, the majestic Giralda tower seen from a distance. The location also includes the Alcazar (the Spanish royal family housing) and the Archive of the Indies. In the itinerary you must also include House of Pilate, a palace located in the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the Torre del Oro and Plaza de España an architectonic group located in Maria Luisa Park, one of the natural jewels of the city. Be sure to visit the Museum of Fine Arts. By the way, do not hesitate to stop in several taverns to taste some fine tapas - Spanish traditional food - while sipping a beer or typical manzanilla, fine, dry wine.

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Luanda Vienna Geneva Lyon