During Christmas the center of Seville dresses up to the nines for one of the most anticipated moments of the year, the Christmas holidays. In the city squares are imposing Christmas trees all covered in lights and garlands. The same streets are decorated and adorned with Christmas decorations and lights, as well as the shops compete to present the best showcase. The pleasant smells of Christmas fill the streets. The Christmas lights and garlands make Seville a wonderful place to visit at this time of year.
Christmas markets in the city are made up of small wooden houses and stalls filled with sweets and crafts - including the inevitable manger figures - and are the setting for some of the city center squares.
Whatever you do during a walk through the center, or a walk along the Guadalquivir River, or simply to rest in a typical tapas bar to taste the inevitable, Seville at Christmas does not cease to charm with its atmosphere, tastes and flavors. that make this city famous and will make you appreciate the beauty and culture of the place also in this particular period. Seville, the capital of Andalusia is also the capital of art, cultural and financial activity in southern Spain.
UNESCO has written the Cathedral, the Giralda, the Alcázar and the Archivo de Indias in Seville, in the World Heritage List in 1987. The city is rich in tourist places, in addition to the World Heritage sites of humanity, we find the Torre del Oro; the Casa de Pilatos, a Renaissance masterpiece; the 16th-century Plataresque-style Town Hall; the Real Fábrica de Tabacos 18th century baroque building, now home to the Rector of the University of Seville; the Plaza de España, built by Aníbal González for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929; the Museum of Fine Arts, the most important museum in Andalusia; The old neighborhoods of Santa Cruz and Triana are also worth a visit.
If you are a camper, now is a good time to visit Seville from area rv.