Seville, or Sevilla, is greater than 2,000 years old and has remnants of cultures such as the Romans, Vandals, Visigoths, and Moors. Today it is the fourth largest city in Spain with roughly700,000 inhabitants.
Seville or San Pablo Airport (airport code SVQ), located ten kilometres northwest of the city is a hub for Vueling and handles in excess of 4.5 million passengers annually to more than 40 destinations.
Built over a mosque from 1401-1519, the Cathedral of Seville is one of Seville's most recognised landmarks and one of the largest cathedrals of its type in the world. Christopher Columbus's tomb is supposedly within the Cathedral.
Transportation around Seville is plentiful. Buses that cost less than one euro operate on regular schedules until 11:15 PM, regional buses are available for trips outside the city, trains are a viable alternative, and the city is compact enough that walking is probably the best mode of transportation.
The nightlife in Seville is diverse and vibrant. Especially in the hot summer months, locals and tourists frequent open air bars on the river and treat streets as extensions of their favourite bars. In Maria Luisa Park locals play dance music until the early morning.
The Bullfighting Museum is an intriguing niche museum showcasing the dress, trophies, and other objects pertinent to the storied world of bullfighting.