Where to start around Seville?
Seville - the fourth-largest Spanish city, the south of the country, the capital of Andalusia, one of the most visited, a former Roman colony, home of Flamenco.
The old city is shrouded in mystery, but at the exit will meet Metropol Parasol - a modern, futuristic cultural complex, the largest wooden building in the world. Vegetables, fruits, Andalusian cheese, ham, all this is offered by the market Mercado de la Encarnacion (ground floor Metropol Parasol). The second and third floor is a restaurant, with viewing terraces offering a beautiful view.
The basement under the bazaar is occupied by Roman excavations. Hispalis I-VI centuries AD,
causing the interest of passers-by.
Lifehack: A ticket to the Alcazar will open up a free pass to the Antiques Centre.