Just a few minutes from Triana and the city center, the brand new Torre Sevilla rises majestically. A building around which you can find an extraordinary cultural and leisure offer.
Did you know that the tallest building in Andalusia is located in Seville? Designed by the architect César Pelli, Torre Sevilla has already become one of the main skyscrapers in Spain, with 180 meters in height.
One of the greatest attractions offered by Torre Sevilla is its hotel: 257 rooms with incredible views of the city.
And for breathtaking views, its panoramic restaurant and its viewpoint, located on the upper floors and from where Seville dominates at 360 degrees.
Close to the building, at your feet, you will see a modern commercial and leisure space, ideal to enjoy shopping and varied gastronomic proposals.
In 1519, Ferdinand Magellan undertook an unprecedented maritime expedition from Seville: the first circumnavigation of the Earth. On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of that event, Seville has inaugurated the Magallanes Park, a prelude to the celebration of next year.
The Magallanes Park extends on one bank of the Guadalquivir and next to the Navigation Pavillion.tweet
The Caixaforum of Seville is the new cultural space of the city. The Sevillian architect Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra has conceived a diaphanous and modular space perfectly designed for cultural activities. These modern facilities offer a wide agenda with first class exhibitions.
Across the street from the Caixaforum, you have the Navigation Pavilion, an interpretive center on nautical history that also hosts other cultural and leisure activities especially interesting for young audiences.
And a few meters from these two buildings is the Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art. The CAAC occupies the original Monastery of Santa María de las Cuevas, a place of enormous historical value that today is filled with new artistic manifestations. Did you know that Christopher Columbus spent long stays here?