In a welcome speech at the Elite Travel Conference for Independents hosted in Seville, Amanda Corbett of the Sevilla Province Tourist Board, introduced delegates to 'the other side of Seville'.

This includes 252,000 hectares of protected natural places and two national parks. It also includes 300 listed monuments and a heritage of industry.

A new wine tourism initiative has also been launched, but Corbett said: “The true expression of our roots is in Flamenco”.


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