With one of the richest cultural heritages of any city in Europe, Seville deserves at least 3 days of your time. Most of your time will be spent in the city's historic core, on the east bank of the Río Guadalquivir, which can be covered on foot.

Most visitors head for the Seville Cathedral, La Giralda, the Alcázar, and the Museo de Bellas Artes, taking in the Renaissance Casa de Pilatos and Seville's bullring, Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, if they have the time. Those on longer stays will find more than enough churches, palaces, parks, and other monuments to keep them busy.

The only way to explore Seville is on foot, with a good map in hand -- but stay alert for muggers.

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