Seville, beautifully nestled away in Spain has a flamboyant, ever-evolving Andalucian metropolis, which was mythically founded 3,000 years ago by the Greek God Hercules. It is situated on the river Guadalquivir in southern Spain and is brimming with orange blossoms on every corner. One of Seville’s distinguishing features is that one can sense the city’s tone with the change in the seasons, each of which brings a different mood in the air, such as the solemnity during the Semana Santa and vivacity in the Spring Fiesta. The splendid architecture in this city attests to the works of many ancient dynasties that have walked across her paths. Torre del Oro, Torre de Plata, Casa de Pilatos, Giralda, Patio de Los Naranjos, the area of Triana, the Macarena Walls, the Alcazar and the Palacio Pedro are some of the architectural masterpieces of Seville. The beautiful sights of the city can be seen in the palatial Reales Alcazares and its church buildings like The Cathedral. The abundance of sunlight coupled with its rich culture, history, and folklore make Seville a lovely place to visit. Seville has its natural treasures in its Doñana Nature Reserve (which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Biosphere Reserve and the Sierra Norte Nature Reserve. Seville has painted fresh brush strokes on its ancient canvas with the Archaeological Museum showcasing its famous Roman ruins and the modern Metropol Parasol, considered to be the largest timber-framed structure in the world.