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Day trips & Excursions

Alhambra (Granada)

Located in Granada, Spain, the Alhambra is a spectacular fortress of Moorish and Christian styles built in AD889. This fortress hosted the royal Nasrid Dynasty until 1492. Alhambra, in Arabic means “the red”, probably derived from the reddish color of the Tapia of which the outer walls were made of. The French King, Charles V fell in love on this castle and built a palace in front of it to admire it's beauty. The Alhambra in Granada is the perfect location for a day trip from Seville.


Cordoba is a typical city of Andalusia located 150km from Seville. It is mainly known for its Moorish history as it was a significant Muslim city in the Middle Age. Especially known for its Grand Mosque, the Mezquita, dating back 784AD. This city was for a time the capital city of Muslim territory in the south of Spain, known as the Caliphate of Cordoba. Its historic center is now classified in UNESCO World Heritage Site.