Sevilla Travel Guide, Spain
The city of Seville is situated in the country of Spain. Officially the city of Seville isn’t the capital for the country of Spain yet it has been tagged by the media as the cultural, financial, and artistic capital for the southern section of Spain. The country of Spain is made up of many autonomous regions and one such region is Andalusia. The city of Seville is the capital city for this autonomous region Andalusia. On the other hand the city of Seville is also the capital city for the Seville Province which is amongst the many provinces that make up the country of Spain.
The annual average temperature for the city of Seville is around 19 degree Celsius. Although this temperature might look low for people who live in warmer sections of this planet but you must understand that this average temperature is actually huge for cities that are part of Europe. To be precise the city of Seville is the hottest city when compared to all other cities in Europe. The annual average highest temperature for the city of Seville is around 25 degree Celsius. On the other hand the annual average lowest temperature for the city of Seville12 degree Celsius. The highest temperature ever recorded in the city of Seville is 47 degree Celsius while the lowest temperature ever recorded in the city of Seville -6 degree Celsius.
The city of Seville experiences Mediterranean type of climate and also faces the various oceanic currents that help control the temperature of the city. Winter season for the city of Seville is enjoyable as the temperature remains under control during this season. January is the coldest month for the city of Seville. As pointed before the city of Seville is the hottest city in Europe and this is because the summer season for the city of Seville is actually very hot.
The city of Seville was gifted by a complex network of busses which is called as TUSSAM (or Transportes Urbanos de Sevilla). The busses of this network run throughout the city and also for many outlining areas of this city. Construction work for the metro lines in the city of Seville is also going on and soon the locals of this city will enjoy the metro facilities.
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It is a devotion of the holy Maria. It ranges from the so called 'Palmsonntag' till the end of 'Ostersonntag'. All over the city there are processions, lead by the 'Hermandades' (brotherhoods) of the different parts of the city. This...