The final days of our trip to Andalusia were reserved for Seville. We came with the train from Malaga (via Cordoba).
First, we roamed the streets of the city centre and visited the Cathedral, Las Setas de Sevilla (Parasol). The only enemy is the heat which is the problem during the mid-August, but there are plenty of places to take shelter from the sun.
Sightseeing of Royal Alcazar lasted almost half a day. This historical royal palace is magnificent and a number one landmark of Seville.
We tried to visit FC Seville stadium, but it was under reconstruction and no visits were allowed.
We went to Parque de Maria Luisa, Plaza de Espana and Plaza de America. In the end, we walked by the Riverfront when returning to the centre.
Seightseeing: Parque de Maria Luisa, Plaza de Espana, Riverfront, Royal Alcazar, Parasol