Sun, tapas, and sangria in spectacular Seville!

This city also boasts the world's largest Gothic Cathedral with the tomb of Christopher Columbus, and a 343' bell tower known as the Giralda. It was formerly the minaret from the 12th century mosque. Moorish architecture is reflected everywhere , from the Golden Tower built in 1220, the Real Alcazar (Royal Palace ) and it's spectacular gardens, to the Plaza de Espana built for the 1929 World's Fair. The Museum of Fine Arts is housed in a former convent from the 1400's. Las Setas (The Mushrooms ), more formally known as Metropol Parasol is a wooden structure that sweeps around and above the main square, offering wonderful views of the city. There are also Roman walls, and Roman ruins...and 20 degrees and sunny every day...I love Seville !!