After a pleasant car journey through the southern part of the Algarve and Andalusia, you will arrive at the fourth largest city in Spain, Sevilla. A beautiful, but above all, clean city that shows many features of ancient Spain. You can walk your own route by following a city map which covers the south-eastern part of the city. From Plaza de Armas, a traditionally small train station, you can pass various sights, including the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world with a Dutch flair and various tiny romantic alleys and squares where you can enjoy typical tapas, before arriving at "Plaza de España". This is the largest and also most beautiful “Plaza de España” in Spain. Around this breathtaking square, all the provinces of Spain are depicted in alphabetical order from east to west through the so-called Azuleijos. These are coloured tiles that are also used a lot in Portugal. Along the north-western part of the "Guadalquivir" river, you will arrive at "Torre del Oro" - the old gate of the city. From there you can visit the theatre or attend a real bullfight. Seville is a city that is never boring.