Seville hosts the Royal Alcazar, considered the oldest Royal Palace in Spain, which represents the perfect marriage between Christian and Mudejar architecture, making it a spectacle for the five senses.
Its historical and architectural importance has earned it a place on Unesco's list of World Heritage monuments. Originally conceived as a fortress in 913, it has been repeatedly renovated throughout its 11 centuries of existence.
Its most spectacular incorporation was in the fourteenth century, when King Peter added the sumptuous Palace of Don Pedro, which is still the jewel in the crown of the Alcazar. However, one of the most important attractions was the recent recording of Game of Thrones, bringing to life the exotic and southern kingdom of Dorne.
Luxurious gardens and relaxing fountains. Rooms and courtyards that keep echoes of history: this is the Royal Alcazar, an obligatory stop on your visit to Seville.