Day 6 - Sevilla's monuments and Flamenco Masterclass
Our guide walked the group to visit the Reales Alcázares, Europe's oldest active royal palace and Spain's best example of Mudejar architecture. This was one of the two UNESCO World Heritage sites we visited.
Next, GHCDS visited La Catedral and its tower La Giralda. There we saw, among other things, the tomb of Christopher Columbus and his son's Diego. We climbed the ramps of the Giralda tower to enjoy panoramic views of the city.
After lunch, the group walked to Triana neighborhood to visit a professional Flamenco school, where they participated in a flamenco masterclass. After the class, the group stayed to witness an advanced flamenco class.