Sevilla by Maribel Martín
You have now arrived at the beautiful city of Seville, ready to visit some important sites. You have all the indications, phone numbers and the gelocalation webs in the links with Google Business. I hope you enjoy the recomendations.
You can start with the Cathedral, it is in the gothic style and it is the biggest in the world, together with the Royal Alcazar and the Indian archives (Alcazares Reales & Archivo de Indías) were declared by the Unesco, of exceptional universal importance and are centrally situated, so easy to visit.
Seville has some very interesting areas, like the “Barrio de Santa Cruz”, Triana, and the Golden Tower (Torre del Oro) by the Guadalquivir river, where you can take a short boat trip up and down the river or if you prefer a longer one towards the mouth of the river , it would take you to San Lucar de Barrameda and the Doñana National Park.
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Other places you can visit are las Setas (also known as Metropol Parasol), Plaza España, a very beautiful building, where the regional goverrment have their parlament, also the Parque Maria Luisa and Isla Magica, a theme park,where the 1992 Expo was held.
La Lonja del Barranco is another historical building which houses a gourmet market of some 20 20 different food stalls to sample.
“La Brunilda tapas, there are so many places located all over the city you will be spoilt for choice.
There are also other interesting towns in the province of Seville, such as Travel Guide of Ecija, with its “Palacio de Benameji” and the “Palacio de Peñaflor”. In the Aljarafe area there are the Dolmens of Valencina
In San Nicolas del Puerto you can visit the waterfalls “Cascadas de Huezar”.
Carmona, one of the oldest towns in Europe, has the “Alcazar de la Puerta de Sevilla” and the market in the “Plaza del Mercado de Abastos” which are definetly worth visiting,
For those who are interested in archeological sites the 206 b.c.”Italica” is in the town of Santiponce.
The city of Seville and its surronding province are areas of both historical and architectual interest. You will certainly enjoy the people, their hospitality and your visit.
Where to stay with your CamperVan in Seville
Camping sites in the province of Seville that could be useful to you:
Area Autocaravanas Sevilla, for caravanparking in the city.
The camping Villson (Sevilla) situated in the town of Dos Hermanas has a
good write up, suitable for tents and mobile homes, with a swimming pool,
restaurant and all the basic services.
Camping Dehesa Nueva in Alnazcazar
Camping Village Dñarrayan Park in Hinojos.
Camping Sierra Brava in Guillena