Following our stop at Plaza Espana in Seville we headed out on foot through the Santa Cruz area and then made our way to the Seville Cathedral.
Its Main Mosque and minaret were built using bricks from 1184-1198. In 1248 the building was consecrated as Catholic with construction from 1434-1517 on the Gothic Cathedral. It is the most extensive Gothic cathedral all over the world. It houses the Tomb of Christopher Columbus.
Following the guided tour some of us made our way up the 36 ramps to the top of the tower to see panoramic views of this great city!