Last weekend with the group of students from our school-Campus Idiomático, we were in Seville, a beautiful city where everything is great with a clear Mudejar influence. There are many points of interest to visit but our choices for this trip were: Plaza de España, built in 1925 and is considered the second most famous Plaza of Spain in Spain. It was built especially for the Ibero-American Exhibition in 1929 in Neomudéjar style. Then we continued with the archaeological museum, where sculptures and impressive Roman pieces gather. The treasure of “El Carambolo” is in special rooms, and consists of a set of jewels and gold pieces of Tarteso origin, considered in antiquity as the greatest treasure of classical Europe. Another monument that can not be overlooked is the cathedral, which has the largest surface of the world and the highest Mudejar tower. The Cathedral of the Giralda, in Gothic style with tower and visitable bell tower from which you can enjoy a panoramic 360 ° over Sevilla.At last, we ended up in the Triana neighborhood after touring the neighborhood of la Cruz, Vicente Aleixandre avenue, La Torre del Oro … In the “Colmao de Triana” you can try the sevillanas specialties such as shrimp tortillas , Bull tails among many other dishes of the Sevillian gastronomy.