Seville in Spain

Seville, the vibrant capital of Andalusia, is a city infused with the legacy of various cultures that have settled there throughout history. Once a significant Moorish capital, it boasts grand monuments that narrate its rich past. The city is cradled by the meandering Guadalquivir River and is famous for its Gothic Seville Cathedral, the site of Christopher Columbus's tomb, and the Giralda, an iconic bell tower that was once a minaret.