Seville is the capital city of Andalusia, steeped in Moorish history, and yet with contrasting modernisation, which took place in 1992 when Expo '92 was held in the city.
It has a mild climate in winter and temperatures can reach 40 degrees in the summer months, which is when a lot of people take off to the beach, so it is pretty quiet during July and August.
April sees the celebration of Holy Week and the April Fair (Feria de Abril).
The people from Seville are renowned for being friendly and warm, enjoying the simple things of life - good food, wine, and flamenco. The coast is easy to reach by train, coach or car, and there are high speed trains (AVE) to Madrid and Barcelona, and also flights to destinations throughout Spain and worldwide.
This is a newly-renovated 7th-floor flat in a 9-storey apartment block to the southeast of Seville city centre. It is very light, airy and breezy and is a completely blank canvas, with no furniture or kitchen appliances, so the buyer is at liberty to make personal choices regarding these furnishings.