Andalusia is the mirror of the Mediterranean civilizations whose fusion gave birth to Iberian culture. Phoenicians, Romans, Visigoths, and finally - and most markedly – Muslims have all left their mark on the Andalusian peninsula. It was here that the greatest clash between Islam and Christianity took place. We invite you to decode the signs of these various encounters, in the vibrant and lively labyrinthian streets of Seville.
In the 17th century, Seville’s direct contact with Spain’s colonies in the Americas made it a thriving centre of intellectual and artistic activity with famous names such as Velázquez, Zurbarán and Murillo all working here. We invite you to see for yourself the truth of the saying: “Quien no ha visto Sevilla, no ha visto maravilla.” (He who has not seen Seville, has seen no marvels).
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1 audio walk to discover at your own pace the Santa Cruz district of Seville. It lasts 1 hour and a half. But of course, you may bypass the chapters and places you are not interested in.