Seville took me a bit by surprise. It was much larger and much more impressive than I envisioned. Lots of attractions to visit, and the busy old town area was terrific. One of the famous attractions in Seville is the Royal Alcazar, a UNESCO heritage site palace built by the Moorish kings and used by various royalty of different ruling religions throughout the years with some spectacular architecture and gardens. Much to see and admire, a tour of the whole place will take atleast 2 hours, and if you haven’t been to Muslims palaces before, like I haven’t, then you’re in for a real treat.
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Definitely one of the prime MUST DO spots for visitors to Seville. It might get crowded, but you avoid the queue by buying tickets online. You can combine this with a visit to the old center and the grand Seville cathedral and its observation tower.