It all started here for America. Seville became the doorway to the New World in 1492 and today is a World Heritage Site, and after Barcelona and Madrid, the most visited city in Spain.
Arriving at Seville is stepping into the past and immersing yourself into the sights and sounds of a vibrant, bustling social life in the city streets and Flamenco music filling the air. Here you can sit down in a street café with your friends and classmates to have a chat and share some of Spain’s most typical dishes. Interact with the locals and try out your Spanish with your friendly waiters.
Students who really want to hear Spanish expressions used by locals have come to the right place.
Seville has almost year-round sunshine and is a walker or bikers paradise. Temperatures are generally mild year-round with very hot summers.
Being one of the most historic cities in Spain, when taking a stroll through its winding streets you can’t help but come across hidden pieces of history.
Or how about a boat ride down the Guadalquiver that flows through the heart of the city. Ride down the same river that the first explorers set off from and take in the breathtaking monuments, parks, and of course the great Cathedral and Giralda Tower that dot the landscape.
And don´t think that Seville is only about its past. Today Seville is lined with modern buildings and shopping centers and is an important University town with students coming from all over Spain to study here.
It is undoubtedly the quintessential Spanish city and a place that will stay forever in your heart.