Southern Spain is a region of massive contrasts, where drastically different religions and cultures have intertwined over hundreds of years. In this part of the world, you'll see the intense fusion of ancient roman structures, Muslim Moorish culture and Christian Spanish spaces. Visit some of the largest and most intricate Catholic churches outside of the Vatican and Italy - including the Cathedral of Sevilla (third largest in the world, resting place of Christopher Columbus) and the great Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba (imbued with Muslim arches and influences). Hear the folkloric sounds of Flamenco, taste foods enhanced with Andalusian spices and explore the great Alhambra (Palace and Alcazaba/fortress). Amidst all these contradictions, experience the incredible social harmony here which is truely Andalusia.