A city of colourful tiles
Seville is the capital of Andalusia. For centuries, this region was ruled by the Moors. The Moorish influences can be seen in the city’s many beautiful buildings. Be sure to visit the Real Alcázar, the historic royal palace. The colourful ceramic tiles (azulejos) that decorate the building make it special. You will come across these tiles at other places in the city as well. For example, the benches at Seville's most famous square, Plaza de España, are decorated with them. The nearby Parque de Maria Luisa is a great place for a quick rest. Take your time and enjoy the Spanish life around you!