Seville is the largest city in the Spanish province of Andalusia. It’s been continously inhabited for nearly three thousand years, with the city proper having its origin in the earlier Roman city of Hispalis. Following the Arab conquest of 712, the city served as a capital of the al-Andalus for centuries until the city was successfully besieged by crusaders in 1248. Every era of the city’s history gave it magnificent monuments that are an absolute must-see when you are visiting Spain. Learn about the characteristics of the city, when it is best to visit it and what do you need to prepare before arriving (both in terms of currency and baggage and passports or visas!), what is worth seeing and visiting in various destinations (including sights, monuments, national parks, beaches and more), how to travel (with special attention paid to highways and motorways), the prices of various goods and services, accomodation, weather, maps, tourist guides, opinions of visitors and other practical pieces of information!