Things to do in Seville Spain travel guide tourism (video)

Things to do in Seville Spain travel guide tourism (video)

Welcome back to Traveling with
Krushworth On this episode, I’m in Seville Spain A city that has an electricity all of its own Walk with me down the Avenida de Constitucion to the historic core It’s this beating heart that was once the vibrant epicentre. Of commerce from New World expeditions. Pause for a moment inside the great cathedral. Relax in the cool Barrio Santa Cruz Known to be the medieval Jewish district And then cross the river to laid back Triana district. No trip to Seville is complete without taking In an intimate flamenco show, A dance that is fierce, sexy and deeply passionate. Seville Cathedral was built in the 16th century On the site of a destroyed, Moorish mosque. The city’s more ancient past echoes from the Giralda bell tower, A former minaret of the mosque. When construction began, medieval man said The cathedral would be built so large That those who saw it in its finished state
would think them mad. The building took 104 years to finish and upon its completion, It remains the largest cathedral and the third largest church in the world. Its history, stories and traditions remain astounding. The cathedral of Seville trumpets the power Of the once mighty Spanish empire. Explorer Christopher Columbus is buried within A magnificent tomb in the cathedral One that features men symbolizing the kingdoms of Spain. Columbus’ 1492 journey to the New World Set a new history in motion. Walk through the lion’s gate and step into the past At Seville’s famed Alcazar, a UNESCO heritage site That weaves together the vibrant, but turbulent history of Spain. Originally built by the Muslims, the Alcazar of Seville Was captured by the Saint King Ferdinand III When Moorish Seville fell to the Christian forces in the 13th century Travelers walk quietly through these hallowed halls Looking up at the unbelievable domes and intricate Muslim carvings. Once must not miss the famous maiden’s courtyard The fourteenth century palace of the often despotic And unpredictable King Peter or Pedro Is one of the site’s crowning glories. His acts were cruel to Muslims but just in the eyes of Christians Isabelle I of Castille and Leon married Ferdinand II of Aragon Bringing together the once warring kingdoms of Spain In the 15th century. Together they sponsored Christopher Columbus’ journey to the New World But also oversaw the brutal Spanish inquisition Which devastated the Moorish and Jewish populations It was in the Admirals’ Hall within the palace complex. That both king and queen were debriefed Of Columbus’ experiences in this new frontier. The early 16th century painting St. Mary of The Navigators is the world’s first depiction Of First Nations people from the New World Seen under the cloak of the Virgin Mary. Thanks for watching this Seville episode Of Traveling with Krushworth. Follow me To mountainous Ronda Spain by Clicking the video link. For more photos And videos, please visit my website at or find me On Twitter at TravelWithKrush. Don’t Forget to subscribe, it would mean the world to me.

30 thoughts on “Things to do in Seville Spain travel guide tourism (video)

  1. Cool and comprehensive. Good work. Have a look at our video on Spain here

  2. Hey, nice vids! I'm sure you gonna enjoy my channel, so check it out and leave a comment! Have a great day! Best, CDJ

  3. hi, im carmen, the flamenco dancer that appears in your video. i don't have problema with this, but i will appreciate if you can put a tag with my name (carmen tort flamenco) i hope you liked my show in sevilla. best regards : )

  4. I like everything in Spain…culture, people (especially nice girls), food, architecture, language, football, weather and I hope I will be a Spaniard in my next life…the only thing I don't like on Spain is corrida…

  5. I like everything in Spain…culture, people (especially nice girls), food, architecture, language, football, weather and I hope I will be a Spaniard in my next life…the only thing I don't like on Spain is corrida…

  6. Arabs Muslim occupied what call now Spain for 900 years but Spanish now don't speak Arabic why? Spanish occupied south smerica

  7. Muslim in Europe from 711 till 1400 never force theme to speak Arabic or to be Muslim in that time there is no country call Spain .south of America Been forced to speak Spanish and be Christian

  8. All south American lost theire culture and language because of Spanish occupation they should bring back theire culture and theire language

  9. Thanks for sharing this amazing exciting video of sevilla as I am moving to Spain so to be with my Spanish fiance Samara and daughter's samarita and tatiana that live in does hermanas sevilla espana so thanks for showing me around.

  10. You've seen me in Seville, now visit Ronda with Krushworth as your guide:

    Rewind on my Spain trip to Madrid:
    Travel with Krushworth to Cordoba:

  11. I spent 3 weeks in spain. Just returned yesterday. The most beautiful country in Europe. Shame about the people though. They're scared and arrogant about muslims at first. N dark skinned people. ( I felt the brunt of it) but once they open up 2 u. They are really nice.. I've made a life long friend once she decided to learn more about islam n a world beyond besides being hard skinned scorched by the sun. N fearful of other cultures.

  12. Seville is a great city, easily walkable with a very friendly vibe. We're going back again this year. Read more in our travel and food blog: chocolatehunters

  13. Seville is amazing it makes me weep to remember being there it is so steeped in ancient history.The fact that at 11pm you can wander through the streets and families are out and about eating at restaraunts,children playing etc… is so relaxing and a refreshing break from the UK.The Palace of Alcazar all i can say is WOW !!

  14. Snobbiest people ive ever met, btw i speak Spanish. Nightlife is clickish & socially ackward. Northern Spain people are very nice.

  15. I LOVE THIS CITY!! I spent an academic year abroad in Seville in 1987-88 as part of the University of Kansas Study Abroad Program. It was the greatest year of my life! The memories have lasted 30 years, and they will last forever. Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and the people are beautiful inside and out. If you ever have a chance to study there or just go there on a trip, don’t hesitate. Just go!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *