Once in the Historic Center you will find a wide variety of monuments that you should visit. Three of these monuments are the Cathedral of Seville and Giralda, the Reales Alcazares and the Archivo de Indias and all of them have been declared by Unesco World Heritage Site in 1987 and, Property of Outstanding Universal Value in 2010.
No matter when, but these three monuments should occupy at least, one morning during your visit.
The Cathedral of Sevilla, along with its famous tower known as La Giralda is considered the largest gothic temple in the world. The entire building is breathtaking since the façade to the interior. Also, there is a beautiful panoramic view of the city from the top of the Giralda.
The Real Alcazar is a walled palace complex with a great artistic and cultural fusion, since it has been under Islamic and Christian influences. During your visit you will be fascinated by the facades, patios, gardens and different spaces of the palace.
The third monument we talked about during the introduction is the Archivo General de Indias. It was built in the 18th Century with the purpose of gathering all the administrative documentation from the colonies in America in just one place. Here you can find thousands of documents and maps with a great value from this historic era.
We recommend you to book your tour in advance, private if possible, since you will save time and the long queues to enter the monuments, at the same time that will learn more about these places.