When strolling through Seville, you sometimes have the feeling of being on an outdoor studio. The city has on average 300 days of sunshine a year, provides a natural light that any director would dream of, and offers spectacular locations, many of which are still undiscovered.
The current public imagination, which has been built due to the cinema and television, holds a multitude of images of Seville. In fact, many people around the world have already "visited" Seville and do not know it.
This makes your visit to Seville an even more impressive experience. Where have I seen this monument before? When did I walk here? The place I dreamed of exists!
For years, Seville has been the scene of films and series. Many national productions have been filmed in the city, such as Nobody Knows Anybody, Group 7, and Carmen, as well as internationally renowned titles such as Lawrence of Arabia, Kingdom of Heaven, The Dictator, and Knight and Day.
Many places in Seville have served as sets for the cinema.tweet
But perhaps the brightest stars in cinematographic Seville are the "Palace of the Kingdom of Naboo", from Star Wars, and the "Palace of the Kingdom of Dorne", from Game of Thrones, or put another way: Plaza de España and the Royal Alcazar of Seville.
Feel like a Jedi master or Queen Amidala walking through the semi-circular gallery of the Plaza de España, contemplating the Alcazar Gardens as Khaleesi admired the Water Gardens ... In Seville, you can experience a film-based journey.
- In Star Wars, the semi-circular Plaza de España was transformed into a circular space.
- More than 7,000 people formed the film crew in Seville..
- The number of visits to the Alcázar increased after the broadcast of the fifth season of Game of Thrones.