During the week before Easter, Seville’s Holy Week celebrations include colorful processions.
The artwork of Spain’s major artists, such as Murillo, Velázquez, and Zurburán, can be seen at the Museo de Bellas Artes, a monastery transformed into art museum.
Citizens of Seville joyously celebrate during the April Fair with colorful outfits, drinking, dancing and rides. Myriad striped tents house private parties where friends and families celebrate.
The legend of Don Juan is alive and well and living in Seville amidst the former Jewish neighborhood, now known as the Barrio Santa Cruz. This fictional lady’s man first made his appearance in 1620 in a book called El Burlador de Sevilla (The Trickser of Seville), and has become a part of the world’s literary history ever since.
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This newly built 4-star hotel located on a charming pedestrian street in the historic center of Seville is inspired by traditional local homes and elements, such as ceramics and tiles.
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