La Giralda is a famous monument in the city,and this brilliantly crafted bell tower has become the symbol of the city of Seville. The Jewish Quarter, just beside the cathedral, is full of streets and is one of the beautiful portions of this city attracting a fair amount of tourists. Hospital de los Venerables was a retirement home that dates back to 17th century. Then there is Parque Maria Luisa, which was built around 1929, and now hosts several monuments and museums. Plaza de Espana, where the ‘Star Wars’ was shot, hosts government offices and a square where you can spend a quiet afternoon reading books.
Built by Pedro I keeping in mind the Moorish style, the Real Alcazar is probably the most important place in Seville, and is one of the World Heritage SitesofUNESCO. The Cathedral of Seville is also a major place and the third largest church after St. Peter’s Church in Rome and St. Paul’s in London. A 15th century cathedral, this is where Christopher Columbus died in peace.You can also take a look at the La Giralda, which is a minaret tower and the symbol of the city. Climb up the 34 stairs of ramp to get panoramic views of the city. Or you can marvel at the patios and fountains, inside the Universidad de Sevilla, which used to be the tobacco factory of Seville built by Sebastian van der Bocht, and now used as the main building for the University of Seville.