<! @page margin: 2 cm P margin-bottom: 0.21 cm > holidays in Seville Seville, capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia, is the fourth most visited city in Spain (after Madrid, Barcelona and Benidorm). Of undeniable tourist interest, thanks to numerous monuments, squares, gardens, churches, etc., Sevilla retains in addition greater hull artistic Europe with buildings from various eras and styles, such as Gothic, mudejar, Renaissance, Baroque and neoclassicism. In addition, heat and vitality of streets and citizens and the presence of the Guadalquivir River which crosses the city and embellish it and cool, makes that visit to Seville becomes a gift for the senses, and an absolutely advisable to visit at any time of the year, although perhaps it is spring, when the city and landscapes look at its maximum splendor. How to get to Seville Seville has a developed network of transport by road and rail, as well as of a International Airport. Seville airport, known as Sevilla-San Pablo Airport, is located ten kilometers north-west of the city, between the limits of Seville and Rinconada. The design of the airport is very original, inspired by the Sevillian culture and three of its component traditional: the mosque, the Palace and los naranjos. Connections from the airport to the center of Seville are made through the national A-4 and autovia San Pablo.
If you have intention to make tourism by the outskirts of the city, rent a car at the airport of Seville may be the best option. El tren de alta velocidad (AVE) is the option chosen by many visitors who come to Seville from other Spanish towns. The Santa Justa train station is the central station of Seville rail passengers. Precisely, it was built to be origin of the first Spanish line of trains of Alta Velocidad Espanola (AVE), which connects Seville and Madrid since 1992. Santa Justa Station also converges the rail network of vicinity that connect with multiple destinations both the capital and the province, as well as several lines of regional trains that connect with the main Andalusian cities. How to move me in Sevilla to move around the city there are variety of means of transport: from urban bus, tram and metro. In addition, is is much promoting the bicycle as a means to navigate to different destinations from Seville, and there are different points where being able to rent a bicycle for sightseeing for a reasonable price by the city.
Even so, if you have intention of knowing a populations adjacent to Seville, a rental vehicle remains an excellent option. Places of interest in Seville from among its most famous and most visited monuments is especially noted the whole of the Cathedral, including the Giralda, the Alcazar, Indies file and the Torre del Oro; having been the first three declared world heritage by Unesco. A visit paused and detailed of its different elements is essential, Besides very interesting to know and understand the history of Seville. The Plaza de Toros of the Real Maestranza de Sevilla, one of the oldest bullfighting Bullrings of Spain. It is the seat of bullfights that take place in the city, and is one of the most visited monuments of the same. Barrio de Triana: Triana is one of eleven districts in which the city of Seville is divided for administrative purposes. It is located next to the Guadalquivir River, to the other side of the historic core and is one of the most popular neighborhoods of the city to have its own identity within the city itself.