The city of Seville has one of the largest historical centres, or Old Towns, in all of Europe. The main sights and monuments can be found within the boundaries of the old city walls, much of which have been dismantled over the years.
The unique Andalusian way of life is distilled into its purest and most intense form; Seville has the most passionate and portentous Holy Week, the most festive and romantic annual fair, the best tapas bars, the best nightlife and the most stylish people in Andalucía. It has more narrow winding medieval lanes and romantic hidden plazas soaked in the scent of orange blossom, than half of Andalucía’s other cities put together. It is also the home of Andalusian tradition, flamenco and bullfighting, and its heritage of art and architecture, Roman, Islamic, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque is without rival in southern Spain.