Seville is Spain’s third urban tourist destination, and is ideal for holding events and for individual tourism, for those who seek the pleasures of culture, but also for visitors at conferences, conventions and incentive trips, thanks to the city’s modern infrastructure and excellent communications.

Visitors from the world over choose the city every year, attracted by the fame of its excellent wea-ther, its delicious gastronomy, the hospitality of the people and the chance to delight in one of the most beautiful, surprising cities in the world.

Located in the south-west of the Iberian Peninsula, Seville has undergone great changes in recent years, the result of the endeavours of a dynamic, modern society, where the quality of the services and the incorporation of technological innovation show it to be the leading tourist pro-duct in the south of Europe.

The city and province of Seville have a popu-lation of 1,917,097*, of whom 704,198* live in the capital. This makes it the fourth lar-gest city in Spain and the leading city in Andalusia, of which it is also the capital.

There is a Roman Seville, as well as others, a Muslim, Jewish and a Christian Seville. In them can be seen all of the different artistic periods of the Western world: we find a Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical Seville, combined with local styles, such as Regionalism, and other universal styles, embracing the avant-garde in a sustained dialectic between tradition and modernity. Meanwhile, the popular bustle continues in the city districts, living harmoniously side-by-side with advanced professional and commercial activities.

Seville is the historical point of contact between Europe, America and North Africa, a situation that has been favoured by its access to the Atlantic Ocean via the River Guadalquivir and by its geographical location in the extreme south of Europe, thanks to which it enjoys a Mediterranean climate with mild average annual temperatures.