Andalusia’s capital is one of the most walkable cities in the world and many of the best wonders are concentrated in and around the centre. Firstly, we will make a visit to the iconic Plaza de España in Maria Luisa Park. Built as the central office for the Ibero-American Exposition, a world fair held in Seville in 1929, the Plaza España is a landmark example of the Renaissance Revival style in Spanish architecture. We will continue next to the Seville Cathedral, the third largest church in the world and the largest gothic cathedral. Completed in the early 16th Century, it is designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site and also the burial site of Christopher Columbus. Thereafter, a short walk will take us to the Royal Alcazar, the Royal Palace of Seville, a magnificent complex of patios and halls in different architectural styles, from Mudéjar to Gothic. The heart of the complex is the Palace of King Pedro I, who constructed his royal residence in 1364 at the site of a Moorish palace. Finally, we will navigate through the labyrinths of the old Jewish Santa Cruz quarter where we will admire the leafy patios of private mansions through their iron gates, with many old palaces, churches and hidden passageways.