■ When visiting Spain it is necessary to bring a valid Passport, and in some cases, check with your embassy. You must have the corresponding visa and your return ticket, with a stay no longer than 90 days. In some cases they also request proof of economic sustainability during your stay, with a required minimum of 300 euros, which can be presented in cash, traveler checks, credit card, bank certificate or any other legal document.
■ Thanks to Seville’s extraordinary geographic location, next to the Guadalquivir River, it has earned the respect as a port with a touristic attraction, being one of the most visited places by commercial and private ships. In the port of Seville, destination and in route Cruise ships are regularly docked, where M/Y and other ships also visit year after year.
■ One of the best experiences as a visitor is to go through the Modem and Old Seville, since it is one of the biggest attractions this destination has to offer. It is possible to take a Cruise along the Guadalquivir and sail for 60 minutes through the river, departing from The Paseo Marques de Contadero Pier, at the bottom of the Torre de Oro. With different schedules during the year, depending on the season, between 11am and 9pm for 14 Euros, departing every 30 minutes.
■ Some other marvels it has to offer are the under water experience, with diving and fishing activities along the region. While on this destination, it is possible to contact different agencies dedicated to visit the perfect places for this activities. Hiring a private vessel is also available to enjoy the route that is shown by the country itself.
■ Seville is considered to be a true architectonic piece, thanks to its historic walls that keep singular shades in between the streets, with alleys that keep great views like the monumental Cathedral, the Reales Alcazares. among other gigantic structures, where many of them are declared as Patrimony of Humanity by the UNESCO.
■ A synonym of cultural paradise. Seville offers numerous shows, rides, and art that will leave anyone truly amazed. Known for its mysterious but dreamful alleys. The Barrio de Santa Cruz, one of the most popular and famous of the region, gives away beautiful afternoons through its authentic alleys, its beautiful houses, family palaces, patios full of flowers, a perfect environment of famous legends, duels, love stories and memories.
■ With an amazing structure, the famous Seville Cathedral, the world’s biggest gothic cathedral, and the third biggest catholic temple in size only behind San Pedro (Vatican) and St. Paul’s Cathedral (London), it was declared as Patrimony of Humanity by the UNESCO in 1987.
■ Located at the city doors, is the Expositions and Congress Palace also known as FIBES. This modern complex of around 30 thousand m* of futuristic architecture is made of a main central building, two lateral buildings and three exposi- tion pavilions. It represents the business center of the entire city; its excellent infrastructure offers the best conditions. Its beauty and communications network make this city a perfect desti- nation for gatherings from every sector.
Text: Amura ± Photo: Michel Berenstein