CATHEDRAL

The biggest Gothic Cathedral in the world took more than one hundred years to construct and occupied the site of the ancient Mosque after the troops of Fernando III entered the city in 1248. The Cathedral, called Santa María de la Sede, was declared Cultural Heritage for Humanity in 1987. In the interior we can…

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Tapas outing exchange

If you’ve decided to come to Seville to learn Spanish it’s probably because you believe that an experience in immersion will significantly help your progress. And what better way to live it than going for tapas with Spaniards. Moreover, we suggest you do so with others learning another language at our school (English, French, German…),…

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Visiting the Alcazar

This group of palaces today occupies the area that once was made up of ancient Islamic buildings from the 9th to the 12th centuries. It is the oldest residency for royalty in Europe which continues in use, and in whose interior, we can still see some of the remains of the Islamic palace, the Gothic…

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Walking tour of Arenal area

Leaving behind the fortress wall of the city, which still conserves one of the city gates, and moving west, we find ourselves in the Arenal neighbourhood, a name that recalls the physical character of the area between Seville and the Guadalquivir River: an area filled with sand where fishermen, seamen, artisans and shopkeepers were crowded…

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Visiting the Cathedral

The biggest Gothic Cathedral in the world took more than one hundred years to construct and occupied the site of the ancient Mosque after the troops of Fernando III entered the city in 1248. The Cathedral, called Santa María de la Sede, was declared Cultural Heritage for Humanity in 1987. In the interior we can…

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