As the center of Andalusian culture and history, Seville is a delight lovers of both art and history lovers. Seville offers a number of museums which cover a wide range of subjects, from fine art, archaeology and even our most famous art flamenco! Visiting some of these museums should be integral parts of your adventures throughout the culture rich city of Seville.
The Romans governed the whole of Spain for more than six centuries. Seville was founded by the Phoenicians, who gave it the name of Hispalis: the Romans called it Julia.
Along with Córdoba and Granada, Seville is one of the three most famous cities in Andalucia. Seville allows you to discover a City with a very rich Moorish architectural and historical legacy.
Seville is an exciting city, situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. We have visited it twice before, once in springtime when the jacaranda trees were in full bloom, massive trees with beautiful purple flowers.
Occupying a tiny peninsula on the south coast of Spain, Cádiz is a beautiful old city that is well worth a visit. The old town is on the tip of the peninsula and is steeped in history.
As Durrës has been inhabited for almost 3000 years there is so much to see. The birthplace of emperors, visited by apostles and full of legends old ruins, from a flourishing period.
Tirana has a fascinating history and each stage of it has left its marks on the city. From 1944 to 1990, Albania suffered a period of isolation during the Communist regime.