Seville has an important monumental site formed by the Cathedral, the Alcazar and the Archivo de Indias, all declared by UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its cathedral, Gothic, built on an ancient Almohad mosque, is one of the world's largest cathedrals. Beside her the Giralda, a former minaret of the mosque rises and now a symbol of Seville. And between the two, the Patio de los Naranjos.
The Real Alcazar is located in the district of Santa Cruz, old Jewish quarter of the city. Sumptuous palace consists of beautiful rooms, beautiful courtyards and magnificent gardens.
The Archive of the Indies, a Renaissance building, where important documents more than three centuries of history of an entire continent is saved, the New World.
They are also to highlight its parks, gardens and squares. Maria Luisa Park as a historic garden has a variety of vegetation and beautiful walks, avenues, ponds, squares and roundabouts.
The city also has an important monumental and artistic within its many convents and churches worth visiting. They are the images most venerated by Seville during Easter.