Some cities have looks, other cities have personality.

Seville, which is the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region, has both.

It is a city with several historical layers. Roman ruins testify the settlement’s earliest face, memories of the Moorish era flicker like medieval engravings in the Santa Cruz quarter, while the riverside Arenal reeks of lost colonial glory.
Definitely one of the most interesting cities in the whole of Europe, if not the world.