Undeniably Andaluca's top tourist destination, the city is divided in half by the river into Sevilla and Triana. Seville has had a reputation for its architecture and culture since the 19th century and featured as a stop along the 'Grand Tour' of Europe. In 1992 it played host to the International Exposition which was the catalyst for city-wide developments and renovations. A symphony of everything Andalucian, Seville is home to flamenco, bullfighting and the spectacular Alcazar, has countless winding, medieval lanes and a delightful collection of romantic plazas. A city scented by orange blossom, the tapas is traditionally tasty and the locals supremely stylish.