Seville, the regional capital of Andalucia, is famous throughout the world for its oranges. It does offer much more, however, to visitors able to fit some exploring in between visits to the IVF clinic. Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville combines historical districts with the kind of culture and entertainment you would expect from the business hub of southern Spain.
Traditional attractions such as tapas and flamenco flourish alongside theme parks, cinemas and clubs. The week before Easter sees the city hosting the Semana Santa festival, in which visitors are welcome to celebrate alongside the locals and enjoy a vivid glimpse of the historical soul of Seville.
The cosmopolitan history of Seville is exemplified by the imposing presence of the Alcazar, a Moorish palace cum fortress which is regarded as being one of the finest surviving examples of its’ kind.
In terms of climate, Seville is one of the warmest cities in Europe, with temperatures peaking between 37 and 40 degrees during July and August. Between May and September temperatures are uniformly warm, days filled with sunshine and rainfall exceedingly rare.
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