The Cathedral of Seville and the Church of El Salvador are two of the best examples of the city’s heritage and help us better understand its history. Undoubtedly the Cathedral of Seville, also called “Magna Hispalensis” is one of those buildings that no one who comes to the city or lives in it can miss. Inside, everything is amazing. As an art gallery, it exceeds 700 paintings of a first-rate artistic category; Its altarpiece is the largest in Christianity; it is the largest gothic building in the world; its surprising Renaissance rooms; its fabulous collection of sculptures and of course the Giralda. It is recommended to make the visit together with the church of El Salvador, one of the jewels of Seville, its history is linked to the city, it was an ancient Roman basilica, a Visigothic temple, the first aljama mosque and today one of the most wonderful baroque temples in Europe.