Sevilla

About SEVILLA

ICON CITY AND CULTURAL BRIDGE: TRADITION AND MODERNITY

Capital of Andalusia, Roman, Arab, Renaissance, Baroque, American, Marian, Flemish, Bullfighting, modern, festive, enlightened, perfumed, seafaring, traditional, hospitable, graceful, cosmopolitan, religious city ... One of the biggest cities of Spain and known worldwide for its beauty and art.


Seville has 688,811 inhabitants by 2018, making it the most populous city in Andalusia, the fourth in Spain after Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia and the 32nd in the European Union. At IMMERSIA we are passionate about Seville and that is why we want to bring it closer to those people who learn the Spanish language and culture. Its old town is the largest in Spain and one of the three largest in Europe, leaving us with architectural and cultural gems that everyone should enjoy. Thus, Seville is also the city with the most cataloged monuments in Europe.


From its Muslim influences, which brought light to Andalusia when the rest of Europe was plunged in the darkness of the Middle Ages, to the height of the Spanish colonial period and the riches that came from America, a walk through Seville will show you the splendor of its golden times.



Passion, art and commitment to TRADITION


It would be impossible to find in a city so many, so varied and so singular monuments and places of great beauty such as the Giralda, the Cathedral, the Reales Alcázares, the Torre del Oro, the Patio de los Naranjos, the Maestranza, the Casa de Pilatos, the Plaza de España, the María Luisa Park, the Teatro de la Maestranza, the Palacio de San Telmo, the Archivo de Indias, the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the Lonja, the Archiepiscopal Palace, the Tobacco Factory, the Town Hall, the Palace de las Dueñas, the Don Fadrique Tower, the Walls, the Macarena Basilica, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Alameda de Hércules, the Barrio de Triana, the bridges over the Guadalquivir, the Cartuja and the facilities of Expo 92, the buildings of the 1929 Exposition, the Luca de Tena House, the patios of its traditional houses, the balconies and bars, and an endless number of churches, convents and details that turn its historic center into a Outdoor museum.


If we add to all this its taverns, its gastronomy, its festivals and the grace and hospitality of its people, we find it a complex full of color, drama, light, music, joy, tradition and modernity, difficult to match. Seville will catapult you into the world:


LEARNING SPANISH IN SEVILLA CAN TAKE YOU TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL.



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