The Seville Cathedral and it belltower, the Giralda, were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987 and are considered amongst the most ornate religious buildings in the world. These buildings contain spectacular treasures and art masterpieces.
Palace of kings, caliphs and emperors. The Royal Alcazar has stood for centuries as the sit of power in the city of Seville, sorounded by gardens and a monumental complex declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987. The multiple buildings and ornated rooms of the Alcazar tell the story of the hight of Al Andalus power and the transformation of Seville into the America's gateway
The Plaza de España in Seville is a magnificent square with a decoration that combines Art Deco and Spanish Renaissance Revival, Spanish Baroque Revival and Neo-Mudéjar styles. Our guide takes you on a tour encompassing both the grand panorama as well as the detailed mosaics.
Phillp II commisioned the General Archive of the Indies to be constructed in 1572. Since then, merchants, vendors and traders have met there to transact business. The General Archive of the Indies, which is located in Seville, Spain is known for housing over 43,000 volumes and over 80 million pages. Visit this architectual masterpiece to understand more about the Spanish Empire.
Family house of the famous Valencian painter José Benlliure, restored to be shown in its original form from the period of maximum splendor. The building also showcases a permanent art exposition dedicated to the works of the Benlliure family, aswell as to the works of other famous Spanish painters such as Joaquín Sorolla, Muñoz Degraín and Santiago Rusiñol.
This residence by the Mediterranean Sea was inhabited by the multifaceted politician, writer, journalist and screen writer Vicente Blasco Ibañez, who ordered the construction of this house to be his family leisure residence in 1902. Today the reconstructed building offers a permanent exposition dedicated to the personal life and the most influential writings and artistic works made or inspired by Vicente Blasco Ibañez.
The visit of the Residence of Kings during the 19th century, takes you back in time when Spanish royals roamed the luxurious ball room and libraries. Experience the palatial atmosphere of its rooms, the exhibition of part of the municipal archives, and a painting collection.
This Neolithic Site located in southeastern Turkey is a marvelous place to see. This place is believed to have ritual and social significance for dozens of generations. The carved megaliths and the circular rooms of Göbleki Tepe depict human and animal shapes related to the belief system of their constructors.
This archeological gem of Colombia has been characterised as the Sistine Chapel of the Colombian Amazon. These paintings are the result of hundreds of years of migratory patterns by indigenous peoples, who reflected in these rocks their collective wisdom and creation miths.
The Parthenon temple has many hidden secrets, and you can choose which intrigue you the most on this tour. Unravel the temple’s subtle mysteries and architectural details of the Acropolis to receive a better insight into the society of classical Athens, which once hailed this temple as a center of its religious identity.
This National Heritage site was built in the early 20th century to commemorate the Voortrekkers who left the Cape Colony in their thousands between 1835 and 1854 to settle other areas of what is now South Africa. Visit this monumental building with stylistic elements of Art Deco, located in the city of Pretoria, to learn more about the country’s past and present.
The Pinacoteca of Baron Thyssen-Bornemisza is one of three most important museums on Madrid's Art Mile and its collection encompasses over 1,600 paintings. The Museum has a significant collection of masterpieces, including a unique collection of 19th century American masterpieces that cannot be found in any other European museum.
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