Located in southwestern Spain, is the capital of the province. The Guadalquivir River runs through the city from north to south and it is navigable all the way. Historically, this city had great importance after the discovery of America in trade relations between the two countries, and currently remains one of the busiest inland ports.
On your tour with us, you will be able to see the imprint of different civilizations that have passed through Seville while we practise our Spanish.
The Romans built Italica, which would be the capital of his dominions in the western Mediterranean area; nevertheless they lost the city after the barbarian invasions. The Muslim period has also left traces of their passage that can be seen in La Giralda, one of the most emblematic monuments.