La Plaza de España is definitely a place you must visit while in Sevilla. It will definitely bring back memories from Sacha Baron's movie 'The Dictator'.
Located within the Parque de María Luisa it is was originally built for the Spanish-American exhibition of 1929. On its wall you can see tile-based depictions of many Spanish provinces ... and if time allows, you can take a paddle boat on the semi-circular lake that surrounds this structure, go biking around the nearby park or just stroll and enjoy the views of the Plaza and its fountain.
La Catedral de Sevilla:
A World Heritage site. It used to be a mosque until it was consecrated into a Catholic church. However you can still depict the Islamic architecture that has been preserved throughout the years. Within its wall you will be impressed by the tall columns, the high Altar, the different smaller chapels within.
One of its most famous personalities buried here is that of Christopher Columbus.
Mausoleo a Cristóbal Colón
(1898 - 1902)
His coffin is carried on the shoulders of 4 kings representing the original Spanish kingdoms of Castilla, León, Aragón and Navarra.
It is worth mentioning that on the right corner next to the feet of the king representing León, you can find a grenadine representing Granada.
Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza
The popular bullfights are still strong in Sevilla.
It's worth taking the tour of the bull ring as well as the museum underneath in order to better appreciate how this event has evolved throughout the years.