Some of Spain's quintessential images are of whitewashed streets, Moorish architecture, flamenco dresses, orange trees and
proud horsemen. This mental picture actually reflects Andalucia and its capital, Seville (Sevilla). It is the fourth-largest
city in Spain, the seat of a university, an important industrial city and the center of a rich agricultural region. Renowned
for architectural treasures, great festivals and a relaxed lifestyle, Seville has attracted visitors for many years, and cares
for them far better than many other Spanish cities.