The old palace of Seville offers a magical setting to enjoy summer evening classical music recitals and open-air concerts of Nights in the Gardens of the Real Alcázar. Seville is the capital of Andalusia and deserves its reputation as one of Southern Spain‘s most beautiful cities. Tree lined boulevards on the plain of the River Guadalquivir, reflect a mixture of Moorish, medieval, renaissance and baroque influences in the architecture and contemporary life of this fascinating city.
The enormous Palace that is now the Alcázar is a perfect blend of rich textures from Moorish, Renaissance, and English traditions, with gorgeous gardens, intricate tiles and bubbling fountains. “Every summer day at sunset, the palace gardens open to visitors to caress your senses at night and whisper the echoes of past, present and distant.
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