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The city on the banks of the Guadalquivir River belongs to the hottest spots in Spain. The Andalucian metropolis beams with beauty and exuberance and presents what everybody knows best of Spain: bullfights and flamenco. It is home of the famous fiction protagonists Don Juan and Carmen and the location of white washed houses. But Seville is also a remarkable business and service centre with many artistic, cultural, financial and social possibilities. A lot of historic buildings and colourful districts make Seville always worth a visit. Winding and cobbled streets lead to hidden churches, small intimate plazas, great museums and monuments. This doesn’t come out of the blue. Once a Roman colony, Seville used to be under Arab rule in the 8th. Since the conquest of Ferdinand III of Castile, Seville belonged to Spain. The change from Arabian to European dominion is visible nearly everywhere but especially in the architecture which presents itself in different styles. The massive Gothic Cathedral, the stunning Mudéjar-style Alcázar palace, the former Jewish quarter Santa Cruz or the traditional home of gypsies and flamenco, Triana, shape the atmosphere of the city. Apart from its cultural heritage and wealth, the city is a stronghold for culinary lovers. Restaurants, bars and cafes line up and satisfy nearly every culinary desire with typical Andalucian specialities. Also Seville’s nightlife is full of movement, festivities, great music and people having fun. So despite the laid back atmosphere in the city itself, the people are experts in kicking up energy.