What makes Seville, Spain a good destination for picture?
Seville offers fantastic sightseeing, a fascinating history, a thriving food scene, and a vibrant culture. Unquestionably, Seville is one of Europe's most Instagrammable cities. It's no wonder that Seville is a firm favorite among photographers with its exotic palaces, enthralling gardens, orange tree-lined streets, brightly colored houses, and lovely plazas. While all of the Spanish cities have something to offer, Seville offers the best opportunities for photographs. Check out these 5 Instagrammable spots in Seville if you need some ideas for where to take the best pictures.
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It is one of Spain's most impressive plazas and was constructed in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929. The red brick facade of the semicircular plaza is contrasted by intricate tile work in a variety of colors. Plaza de Espaa has even earned the moniker "mini-Venice" thanks to the canal that surrounds the space. The plaza has a total area of 50,000 sq.m. and a 515-meter-long canal designed in the manner of Venice, which you can explore by boat. Go there in the morning when the sun is hidden behind the building or in the late afternoon when the entire building is lit up for the best photos.
Location: Av. Isabel la Católica, 41 004 Seville, Spain
One of the world's largest ancient centers is in Seville and it consists of 12 districts. Some numerous winding streets and squares lead in different directions. Cute bars can be found on tucked-away corners and through arched doorways are Moorish courtyards. You can happily get lost there and wander around for a long time. Orange trees and colorful homes line the maze of winding cobblestone streets that make up the historic center. The narrow streets are ideal for taking pictures and exploring Seville's historic center.
The biggest wooden building in the world. What is left to learn? The Metropol Parasol, which was inaugurated in 2011, offers much-needed shade during the sweltering summers. It also serves as a convenient location for gatherings and some of the city's most Instagrammable photos. Numerous cafes are located below, but the great views and visually appealing photos are worth the climb to the top of the building. One of Seville's top locations for Instagrammable scenery is the walkway and lookout above.
Location: Plaza de la Encarnación, 41 003 Seville, Spain
The Real Alcázar in Seville was originally built as a Muslim fortress in 913, but it is much more than that. It continues to be the best example of Mudéjar architecture in the entire nation. This is the city's architectural history in one location, touching on the minor changes that occurred in each century since the tenth. It may look familiar to you from the fifth season of "Game of Thrones" or even the "Lawrence of Arabia" movie. You could easily lose an entire day exploring all of its courtyards, gardens, and exquisitely decorated rooms. You must go to Alcazar if you want to take truly amazing Instagram pictures.
Location: Patio de Banderas, 41 004 Seville, Spain
In the center of the city is the magnificent Gothic Seville Cathedral. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the third-largest church in the world, and the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Oh, and the design is gorgeous, with both Christian and Muslim influences. Initially a mosque in the 12th century, it later became a Christian church and, finally, the enormous cathedral that we see today. The bell tower, known as La Giralda, is prominently displayed throughout the city and was formerly the mosque's minaret. There are numerous interesting and lovely angles throughout this impressive structure that make for the best photo opportunities.
Location: Av. de la Constitución, 41 004 Seville, Spain
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