From the High Middle Ages this walled enclosure has served as residence for kings of different periods, leaving in each case its architectural legacy. The importance of this impressive complex goes beyond its historical relevance, since it also constitutes one of the most beautiful architectural ensembles in the country, in which you can find several artistic styles ranging from Mudejar to Renaissance.
The Giralda rises majestically next to the huge Gothic cathedral. This tower, whose construction processes lasted from the 12th century to the 16th century, was for many years the highest building in the world. Its 101 may have been surpassed by taller towers, but its viewpoint continues to offer breathtaking views of the entire city.
"Let's build a temple so great that those who saw it wrought take us for crazy" were the words that drove the Cathedral of Seville, a building of colossal proportions that will not leave you indifferent. You can admire the main altarpiece, considered one of the most outstanding works in the history of art, or visit the mausoleum where the remains of Christopher Columbus rest.