Isla Mágica is a theme park located in Seville, set in the discovery of America and opened in 1997. It was formed taking advantage of some facilities of the Universal Exhibition of 1992. The park has 6 themed areas and an aquatic area called Magic Water. At the time of its opening, it was the first theme park located in a city around the world, since it is usually located away from the urban centers.
More than 3,000 cubic meters of water, some 400 marine species and more than 7,000 copies are waiting for you! Visit the Aquarium of Seville and discover the biodiversity that inhabits the rivers, seas and oceans of the planet.
It runs through the 35 aquariums that make it up and knows the flora and fauna that Magallanes found in 1519, when he was looking for an alternative route to reach the so-called Spice Islands. A sample of the species and ecosystems that will make you feel as if you are in the middle of nature.
You will discover such amazing species as the bull shark, the rays, the pintarrojas, the giant octopus of the Pacific, the sturgeon, the dwarf alligators or the spider crab.
The Aquarium of Seville chooses to be a leader in the sector thanks to it's wide variety in the exhibition of species, innovation in the facilities and its educational and playful offer. Its main claim is to have one of the largest shark aquariums in Europe with a central tank with 2 million liters of water and a waterfall of 9 meters deep.
The church and hospital of Santa Caridad is a seventeenth-century building, belonging to the Sevillian Baroque, headquarters of the charity institution promoted by the philanthropist Miguel de Mañara. It is located in the neighborhood of Arenal, in the old suburb of Carreteria, outside the historic Seville, limiting the back with the line where the wall that ran the city ran.
The institution of the Brotherhood of Santa Caridad dates back to the 15th century. With the appointment of Miguel de Mañara as elder brother in 1663, the completion of the church and the construction of the hospital, which would house a large number of the poor and sick, was carried out.
Bajo el puente de Triana se conserva la que fuera sede de la Inquisición en Sevilla, un espacio restaurado en el que pueden verse algunas de las estancias de dicha institución, como los calabozos donde encerraban a los herejes e impíos. Actualmente se puede visitar este centro de interpretación, donde se han instalado paneles explicativos para que el visitante conozca a fondo la historia de este espacio.
La Casa de Pilatos is a palace located in the Spanish city of Seville, in Andalusia. The building is a combination of Italian Renaissance and Spanish Mudejar styles. It is considered the prototype of an Andalusian palace.
The General Archive of the Indies of Seville was created in 1785 at the request of King Carlos III, with the aim of centralizing in one place the documentation referring to the administration of Spanish overseas territories until then dispersed in various files: Simancas, Cádiz and Sevilla
The Mercado de Triana is the main market of the neighborhood. It is located in the Plaza del Altozano (right at the end of the Triana Bridge). It was built in 1823, on the remains of the old Castle of San Jorge and remodeled in 1992.
In the Mercado de Triana you can find fruit stalls, vegetables, fresh fish, meat and sausages, as well as a couple of bars where you can have breakfast or eat at good prices, and even some craft shops.
The Alameda de Hércules is an important public mall or garden located in the historic center of Seville, and because of it's antiquity it is classified as the oldest public garden in Spain and Europe, although in 1570 an earlier public garden, now disappeared, was built. Paseo del Prado in Madrid, totally transformed, in 1781, during the reign of Carlos III in a new type, of a walk around the hall. The wide garden of the Alameda de Hércules is the most extensive of the public spaces located in the interior of the old part of the city. It is located at the northern end of the walled city, near the Guadalquivir River on one side and near the Macarena neighborhood on the other. We currently find a great gastronomic offer.
The Roman city of Itálica, located in the Lower Guadalquivir, halfway between Seville (Hispalis) and Alcalá del Río (Ilipa), in the current Santiponce, very close to the routes that connected with the mining area of the Sierra Norte of Seville and Huelva. He played an important strategic role, both politico-military, as well as economically, during the High Roman Empire. Proof of this is that it reached an area of approximately 52 hectares.
Currently, the Archaeological Ensemble of Itálica shows the visitor a splendid Roman amphitheater and gives the possibility of walking through the layout of what were its streets, as well as to know the houses, public buildings, objects of art and utensils of everyday life used for its inhabitants.
Carmona is a city in the province of Seville, 30 km from the capital to the east along the N-IV road.
Carmona is a fundamentally agricultural city, with a growing tourist vocation.
A city with a monumental complex superior to many provincial capitals.
We recommend visiting Carmona to those who want to know an Andalusian city, very monumental, with a great agricultural tradition and an excellent gastronomy offer.
Doñana is a Spanish protected natural space located in Andalusia that has 116,487 ha. It includes both the Doñana National Park and the Doñana Natural Park, and its large expanse of marshes hosts many species of waterfowl during the winter, which usually reach 200,000 individuals each year.
The pilgrimage of El Rocío - popularly known as El Rocío - is a manifestation of popular Catholic catholicity in Andalusia in honor of the Virgin of the Rocío. The pilgrimage is celebrated on the weekend of Pentecost Monday. The Virgin is found in the hermitage of El Rocío, which is located in the village of Almonteña of the same name, in the province of Huelva. The brotherhood of Almonte is in charge of organizing the cults and pilgrimage of the Virgin Mary.