Seville, or Sevilla in Spanish, is a city full of colour and culture, situated in the south of Spain.
Seville is both the connecting hub and capital of Andalusia.
Seville is among the most popular European cities for International Students and travellers, with one of the world's best-preserved and colourfully architectural old town centres.
Seville’s rich history has left the city filled with innumerable monuments like the awe-inspiring Cathedral, the third-largest in the world; the Giralda tower; the fabulous palace of the Reales Alcázares; the magical Barrio of Santa Cruz, with its narrow streets; the Maestranza bullfighting ring; as well as the passion for Flamenco and the scent of orange blossoms on every corner.
A journey through Seville is like a journey through several centuries and cultures simultaneously: Moorish elegance, Roman refinement, Gipsy temperament, and more.