Don Juan danced and Figaro barbered here; today, gypsies still sing age-old ballads and flamenco dancers whirl to the melodies of the guitar. Among Seville's greatest charms are its "barrios" or neighborhoods which can best be seen on foot. Stunning sights are on every corner from the 12th century Moorish Alcazar to the 15th century cathedral.

Good to Know

  • Lively and actively expanding gay scene
  • Generally inclusive
  • Gay marriage legal since June 2005

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Hotel Alfonso XIII


Built by King Alfonso XIII to give court guests the world's most luxurious hotel, this splendid palace was opened in 1928 as a tribute to the haunting Moorish architecture of Seville and Andalusia. Since than it has hosted kings and princes, heads of states, famous artists and film stars. The hotel is a distillation of the many attractive features of Seville, one of the most alluring cities not only in Spain but in the whole of Europe, a fascinating blend of Moorish grandeur ...

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