As the capital of Andalusia, Seville is also the heart of the Andalusian culture and center of the Flamenco dance. Seville is one of the largest cities in Spain and offers a 2000 year old history. But the city is mostly influenced by the Moors, so that the city centre is still marked with buildings with flat roofs and rarely higher than two floors. Under almost year-round blue sky and sunshine in Seville one of the largest cathedrals of the world, many green parks and everywhere cozy tapas bars can be found. Furthermore, the Alcazar, a Moorish palace with great gardens and the Plaza de España make Seville to a city you should have visited once. With the Santa Cruz district and the Argote de Molina street Seville also offers good opportunities for the leisure-time, and with the streets of Betis and Alfalfa many discos and bars for every taste offer to start into the night.