A colourful city full of the scent of orange blossom, Seville awaits you with open arms. Here you can wander through the streets and discover well-known sights such as the Giralda, symbol of the city. It's actually the bell tower of the cathedral of Santa María de la Sede, and from the top you'll have views that are unmatched. Very near the Cathedral stands the Real Alcázar, a place that’ll take you on a trip back in time to the 14th century, and where you can marvel at the mix of architectural styles. If you fancy some typical Andalusian dishes and trying some tapas, all you need to do is cross over the river Guadalquivir to the Triana district. A place with lots of charm, and lots of life. Music in Seville is best experienced in the tablaos, where you can watch and enjoy the very best of flamenco. And to see the latest in modern architecture, visit the Setas de Sevilla, also known as Metropol Parasol. Depending on the time of year you choose to come, your visit might coincide with the two big events that take place in Seville each year, the Holy Week celebrations, and the Feria de Abril.