Welcome to Seville. This is the Plaza Virgin de los Reyes, located right near our hotel.
Checking out the fountain in the plaza.
How about a nice carriage ride?
A nostalgic way to see the city.
The massive cathedral in Seville ... the third largest church in the world.
Exterior details of the cathedral.
Cathedral exterior. (Wait till you see the inside.)
Cathedral exterior. We'll explore the inside tomorrow.
Cathedral fact: Construction started in 1401 and lasted over a century.
The church's Giralda Tower was originally a minaret from a Muslim mosque.
Plenty of headroom in the third largest church in the world.
The remains of Christopher Columbus are in the cathedral. A nice final resting place, huh?
The church choir has 117 choir stalls and two high Baroque style organs.
This is the world's largest and richest altar, containing more than 1,000 hard-carved figures, all covered with gold.
Heading to the Sala Capitular in the southeast corner of the cathedral.
View from the cathedral's Giralda Tower. Quite a climb, but worth it.
The upper levels of the palace are still used by the royal family as the official Seville residence.
Inside the Royal Alcazares palace.
Inside the Royal Alcazares.
Back on the streets before our next adventure.
The streets of Seville.
Hey, where'd my band go?
Heading down to the river for dinner.
The Triana Bridge, which crosses the Guadalquivir River.