At arrival, my friend asked us to stop in Sevilla Center, and so we did, and the best of all surprises, she took us to the roof terrace bar at EME Fusionhotel Catedral, situated in front of the Cathedral, and with spectacular views over La Giralda, we arrived about 7 pm so we had the view of sunset, and also by night, both fantastic.
Then we went for some drinks and tapas in the old town always with the special atmosphere, a song from Los del Rio ( light flamenco music group) the lyrics says "Sevilla tiene un color especial" ( Seville has a special colour) and true it is.
The city of Santiponce 9 km north of Seville also has the Roman Theatre, capacity of 3000 espectators, several cultural events in the summer in these ancient surroundings, and The Monastry of San Isidoro del Campo founded in 1301 can aslo be visited.
I hope you enjoyed this little trip in the time, Seville is full of small squares and narrow streets, The Maria Luisa Park, La Torre del Oro, La Maestranza Plaza de Toros, a walk along the Guadalquivir River, a visit to the Expo 92 area, La Cartuja, lots of traditions, street life, the prosessions in the Easter Week, Sevillana
( the typical music for the dance with the same name), in April every year you have the Feria de Abril, a one week long party, everybody dressed in the flamenco way, and dancing Sevillanas, have a look here: