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Top 11 Attractions in Andalusia

Popular Andalusia landmarks and tourist spots

  • 1 Alhambra

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    An overall view of the Alhambra complex in Granada, Spain.

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    A picture of the Puente Nuevo Bridge in Ronda, Andalusia, Spain.
    Puente Nuevo, also meaning the New Bridge in Spanish, runs across the Guadalevin River and the El Tajo gorge in the town of Ronda in Andalusia, Spain. Though the bridge's views are spectacular, and something is intimidating about this 120 meters deep gorge, it is not that unique from an engineering perspective. In fact, the supposedly 'new' bridge is not so new – it was completed in 1793 when it could have been called an engineering feat ...

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    An artsy representation of the Spring Fair of Seville.
    Come Spring and the air in Seville in Andalusia, Spain, is transformed into one of joy and rapture as the town starts preparing for the Seville Fair, also known as the April Fair or Feria de Sevilla. The fair begins on a Sunday at the stroke of twelve and is on until the next Sunday. Held on a ground of 1.2 million square meters known as the Real de la, the fair is officially inaugurated by the Mayor of Seville by switching on the lights of the grounds ...

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    Moorish columns in the Mesquita-Cathedral of Cordoba.
    Cordoba's prime attraction in Andalucia, Spain, is La Mesquita, also known as the Great Mosque or the Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba. With architecture that has flavors of Egyptian, Syrian, Roman and Gothic styles, Cordoba's Mesquita attracts about 1.5 million visitors annually and claims to be the third-largest worship place in the world. The mosque has not only borne several modifications to its original structure over the years, but it has also been a witness to changes and fusion of both the Occident and Caliphate in Cordoba ...

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    Grazalema, one of the famous white villages in the mountains of Andalusia.
    The hills of Andalusia have a very diverse landscape. This beautiful area is an ideal place for a scenic drive and even for a bike ride. Boundless olive trees, spectacular gorges, rushing rivers, and flowery fields surround the 'Pueblos Blancos' (white villages) in the hills. The white villages were built around the 13th to 15th century and were originally inhabited by the Moors ...

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    Exterior view of the Cathedral of Seville in Andalusia.
    This large cathedral (the largest in Spain) is a converted mosque. The great altar, the royal chapel and the tomb of Christopher Columbus are its showpieces. The Real Alcazar - the royal palace - is a unique structure, built in the 14th century in Moorish Mudéjar style (a mix of Moorish and Spanish style). This monument is a World Heritage site that you cannot miss ...

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    A narrow street in the Jewish Quarter of Cordoba in Andalucia.
    The Jewish quarter (“Juderia”) is situated around the “Mezquita”; it brings you into an entirely different atmosphere and is one of the most pleasant parts of the city of Cordoba. It boasts narrow streets with nice shops and delicious restaurants. In the evening, Juderia is all lit up. Stroll through the most famous street in this district, "Calle Judios," and visit the synagogue; it's one of the few in Europe that dates back to the medieval period ...

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    The Royal Palace of Seville's interior court.
    The Real Alcazar (or "Reales Alcázares de Sevilla") is a royal Palace in the city of Seville in Andalusia, Spain. ...

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  • 9 Maestranza

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    The Plaza de Toros Maestranza bullring arena in Seville, Spain.
    The Maestranza is the famous bullring in Seville, Spain. ...

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    Part of the famous Plaza de España in Seville, Andanlusia.
    Plaza de España is the main square in Seville, Spain. ...

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    Part of the ancient Roman amphitheater in Italica, Spain.
    As the first Roman city established outside of Italy, the ruins of Italica are one of the most important surviving pieces of Roman history. ...

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