Sevilla city life
Seville is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Alcázar palace complex, the Seville Cathedral and the General Archive of the Indies.
Beautiful places or buildings that are worth seeing include: the Metropol Parasol, the St. Mary of the See Cathedral, The Torre del Oro, which was built as a watchtower and defensive barrier on the river.
If you want to admire beautiful architecture, you must see: the Royal Tobacco Factory, a building in Baroque style and supposedly, the inspiration for the opera ‘Carmen’, or Plaza de España, in Maria Luisa Park It is an outstanding example of Regionalist Revival Architecture.
Museums that you can visit are: the Museum of Fine Arts of Seville, the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Arts and Traditions, the Andalusian Contemporary Art Center, the Flamenco Art Museum, the Castillo de San Jorge (Castle of St. George), etc.
Visit the Jardines de las Delicias (Delighting Gardens), closer to the river, or the American Garden, in La Cartuja, a public botanical garden.
The Semana Santa (Holy Week) and the Feria de Abril (April Fair), are the two most popular of Seville's festivals.
In the evenings, relax in one of the numerous bars and you should consider learning the flamenco dance or simply enjoy a flamenco show. You should try the authentic Sangría or Tinto de Verano, dine in countless tapas bars, and have the typical desserts like pestiños, torrijas, roscos fritos, or magdalenas.
International atmosphere in Sevilla
Several immigrant populations live in Seville, mostly from South America, coming from Argentina, Peru or Chile. Other ethnic communities include people coming from Eastern Europe (Romania, Bulgaria), as well as from the UK or France. Seville is an important location for business in Spain, especially related to tourism and leisure activities, most entrepreneurs interested in this location are people coming from Spanish speaking countries, like Mexico and Latin America.
The diverse international climate is sure to support your awareness of global events and thinking, a great first step in your career development.
Seville has dry summers and wet winters. Winters are mild, January is the coolest month, with average maximum temperatures of 16°C (61°F). Average minimum temperatures during summer are 20°C (68°F), but occasionally the temperature may exceed 40°C (104°F).