1. Plaza España
The Plaza de España in Seville is a monumental architectural complex unique in its kind, framed in the María Luisa Park, representing one of the most spectacular spaces of the so-called regional architecture, a decorative style applied to the construction that had its epicenter in the Seville city in the first third of the 20th century.
2. Real Alcázar
The Real Alcazar of Seville is a fortified palace composed of areas built in different historical stages. Although the original palace was built in the High Middle Ages, some vestiges of Islamic art are preserved and, from the period after the Castilian conquest, a Mudejar palatial space and another Gothic style. In later reforms, Renaissance, Mannerist and Baroque elements were added. It is the residence of the members of the Spanish Royal Family when they visit Sevilla. This makes it the oldest royal palace in Europe. Unesco declared it a World Heritage Site,
3. La Casa de Pilatos
It is an Andalusian palace of Italian Renaissance style - Mudejar with romantic elements, considered as the best Andalusian nobiliary building and a fabulous example of Sevillian architecture of the sixteenth century. An essential visit in Seville for lovers of architecture. It is located in Plaza de Pilatos, in the sector of Santa Catalina - Santiago, near Aguilas Street and the Jewish Quarter. It occupies, along with the adjoining Convent of San Leandro, a large part of the block that extends between the streets of Caballeriza, San Esteban and Imperial.
4. Centro Andaluz
Is a museum dedicated to contemporary art located in Seville, dependent on the Ministry of Culture of the Junta de Andalucía. Since 1997 it has been based in the monastery of Santa María de las Cuevas, also known as La Cartuja, a space recovered for the 1992 Universal Exposition.