MENU

Visit our Spain destination hub for day by day itineraries, top things to do in Spain and more!

The Royal Tobacco Factory is an 18th-century stone building in Seville, southern Spain. Since the 1950s it has been the seat of the rectorate of the University of Seville. Prior to that, it was, as its name indicates, a tobacco factory: the most prominent such institution in Europe, and a lineal descendant of Europe's first tobacco factory, which was located nearby. It is one of the most notable and splendid examples of industrial architecture from the era of Spain's Antiguo Régimen. Wikipedia

couples
friends
kids
solo

What Bloggers Are Saying (14)

Itineraries
Activities
Popular
Videos
Tweets
Articles