Discover the secrets of Seville. From Ayre Hotel Sevilla we reveal:
LA TORRE DEL ORO
Doubtless the most representative building of Seville. The Torre del Oro was built in 1221 on honor of the last governor of Seville. Its name is due to the effect of its reflection on the Guadalquivir caused by the decoration of stone floors. Now, the inside houses the Naval Museum of Seville.
THE CATHEDRAL OF SEVILLE
The Cathedral of Seville, so known as the Santa Maria of Sede’s Cathedral, is for its size, the biggest catholic cathedral of the world. According to the experts, it began to be built in the 15th century, then has sudden of numerous changes through years, to be like it is nowadays. This spectacular work of Juan de Castillo is on the Avenue of the Constitution.
THE FINE ARTS MUSEUM
The fine arts Museum of Seville, inaugurated in 1840, is an important picture gallery which considers baroque works of Sevilla as the most important. Among these works, there are artists’ numerous paintings as Zurbarán, Murillo or other painters of the 19th century.
ARTS AND POPULAR CUSTOMS MUSEUM
The arts and popular customs museum of Seville is situated in Maria Luisa’s park. This museum dedicates itself to the research and to the disclosure of the Spanish Heritage. The building on which it is a real work of chief art realized in 1914 by the architect Aníbal González.